The Dom Project by Heloise Belleau and Solace Ames
The Dom Project was one exceptionally good book. Engaging, witty, funny and real. A true romance with an element of BDSM but so everyday life as well. Fantastic writing, great memorable characters and a very unique twist to the friends into lovers trope. I love how Robin and John are as friends, as would be Dom and picky submissive. The way they are in the everyday life. Robin with her almost obsessive way of organizing and how vulnerable she gets when she lets down her walls. I love John's dorkiness, his laid back attitude and the way he becomes everything Robin needs in the end. There are a lot of elements going into this book but its all flawlessly put together making the flow of the story great. It has enough of everything for every reader. Highly recommended reading whether you are into the BDSM romantic genre or not.
*The ARC for this novel was provided by the publisher and NetGalley in return for an honest review*
By day, Robin Lessing has a successful career as a university archivist. By night, she blogs about her less-than-successful search for Mr. Tall, Dark and Dominant. Living up to her handle "The Picky Submissive," she's on the verge of giving up and settling for vanilla with a side of fuzzy handcuffs when she discovers her best friend and colleague has a kinky side, too.
Sexy, tattooed techie John Sun is an experienced Dom who never lacks for playmates, male or female. If he can't satisfy Robin's cravings, maybe no one can—after all, he knows her better than anyone. So he offers to help her master the art of submission for one month.
Robin eagerly agrees to John's terms, even the pesky little rule forbidding any friendship-ruining sex. But rules are made to be broken, and once they begin their stimulating sessions, it's not long before she's ready to beg him for more—much more
Title:The Dom Project
Authors: Heloise Belleau and Solace Ames
Genre: Contemporary Romance with BDSM elements
Published: December 23, 2013
Publisher: Carina Press
Rating: ♨♨♨♨ 4 of 5 (A different twist in the friends to lovers trope, this was one funny, witty, heartfelt and sexy book)