Sara's Review: Teaching the Dom by Grace Risata
kindle UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Grace Risata RELEASED: September 8, 2017 GENRE: ROMANCE, EROTICA, SUSPENSE LENGTH: 99 pages FORMAT: EBOOK
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Going door-to-door and collecting for charity is not the way Melody Lewis planned to spend her day off. However, her life takes an unexpected turn when she arrives at the last house on the street and meets a most interesting stranger.
Konrad Steele does not like to be interrupted. Needless to say, he was irate when a persistent visitor kept knocking. That is…until he saw the beautiful creature waiting on the other side of the door.
Dominant. Submissive. Control. Discipline. Trust.
Who truly has a position of power? Sometimes the lines can become blurred when two strong personalities collide. Not everything is as straightforward as it seems when you’re teaching the Dom. THREE (2.5) BOUNDLESS STARS
I have my own personal rating system when reading erotica, especially BDSM erotica. Awful, usually being the book has too much sex and not enough story, sadly yes this is a thing. Meh, better than awful but not really anything to write home about in the steam department. Peeked my interest, and my hubby might get lucky tonight. HELLO! Yes, my hubby is getting lucky tonight. DROP everything, we are reenacting this scene and hubby is getting lucky right now! So when I say the sex in this erotica for me was Meh, you will understand my rating. I just didn’t feel the characters really had any chemistry, or sexual tension and everything happened way too quickly and were too unbelievable. Yes, I understand it is fiction but, the opening was silly, who would let a stranger cuff them on first meeting them? I think I would have liked this story more if it was told all from Melody’s POV. To start right off with Konrad’s lewd thoughts as soon as he opens the door to Melody made me instantly not like him. I understand that it is 100% accurate, but I guess I would have liked him a little more refined and polished. But this is an issue I continue to have with Risata’s books. Teaching the Dom had some emotional moments for Melody when she discovered that she is a submissive. Yet the story never grabbed me. I am giving it 2.5 Boundless Stars.