Ten submissive women. One billionaire dominant.
Three months competing for his “affections.”
One winner takes all.
Dominic Reed, heir to an oil fortune, has spent his entire adult life perfecting his dark hobby. With little control in every other area of his manicured life, he finds his release as a dominant. With more money than he knows what to do with, he creates a TV show: The Dom Games.
This year is different than the past seasons, this year Dominic will be the star. He wants a forever submissive.
Before last month Kayla Parchet thought the word submissive only referred to dogs. Fresh out of college with a business degree that is scrap paper, she needs to get an Ivy League masters degree to pursue her dreams. When Kayla is accepted to be one of the ten, her world takes a dark turn as she competes against women who live the submissive lifestyle for enjoyment. Can she hold on to her dreams long enough to win the competition and ten million dollars? Or will she get sucked into Dominic’s twisted world?
Only a few whips and canes stand between Kayla and the future she’s always desired.
Lights, camera, sex…
I’ve been devouring BDSM books lately and they can be dark. It’s what I like about them. The Dom Games is not your traditional dark romance. It was sweet and funny. I loved that the Dom’s name was Dom. Loved Kayla and her reasons for joining the Dom Games. I enjoyed the instant attraction and the relationship dynamic between Dom and Kayla.
Don’t get me wrong, there was some dark stuff in the book. Dom’s family history broke my heart and Kayla’s ambition made her do the stuff she does. I can respect that.
The only thing missing in the book for me was the whole story. I wanted to know more about the other girls. I though it would have added more depth to the story. 3/4’s into the book, I felt like I was reading a synopsis of the story, but the author makes up for it in the well-written ending.
The Bailey Pages gives The Dom Games 4 stars.
About the Author
Rachel grew up in a small, quiet town full of loud talkers. Her words were always only loud on paper. She has been writing stories and creating characters for as long as she can remember. After living on the west coast for many years she recently moved to Virginia Beach, VA.