1. The Dominant by Tara Sue Me (Book 2: The Submissive Trilogy)

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      1. The Dominant by Tara Sue Me (Book 2: The Submissive Trilogy)

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      Part 2 of a captivating trilogy, The Dominant is an explosive tale about a Dom/sub relationship between characters Abby and Nathaniel. Falling for Abby on a deeper emotional level, Nathaniel decides to reveal a few secrets that could change everything...

      A raunchy novel for an arousing reading experience, Tara Sue Me's BDSM trilogy is a must-read for fans of erotica looking for something that truly evokes the imagination.

      "For those Fifty Shades fans pining for a little more spice, the Guardian recommends Tara Sue Me's Submissive Trilogy" - Los Angeles Times.

      Key Features:

      • A raunchy novel for an arousing reading experience
      • "The continuation of the tantalizing trilogy that has captivated millions and inspired a genre"
      • Written by bestselling author Tara Sue Me
      • Book 2 of 'The Submissive Trilogy'
      • 377 pages of erotic fiction to titillate your imagination

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    The Dominant by Tara Sue Me (Book 2: The Submissive Trilogy) 9 out of 10 9 out of 10 (5 reviews) Write your own review

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    1. Seeing with new eyes

      Reviewed: January 21, 2015 by mostly_vanilla, a Straight Going Steady Female

      This is the second book in The Submissive series by Tara Sue Me. Unlike most second books, this is not a sequel. Rather, it is a parallel story line as we get to experience Nathaniel’s viewpoint, with the same storyline as that in the Submissive. Whilst this could have made for monotonous reading in another writer’s hands, Tara Sue Me keeps the reader engaged by helping to explain some of Nathaniel’s complicated and sometimes confusing behaviour that was shown in the first book.

      While The Submissive was written from the perspective of a novice, The Dominant is about Nathaniel’s struggle to separate his Dom/sub relationship from his feelings for Abby.

      We are shown more tips and advice from experienced Doms in the treatment of subs in the form of Nathaniel’s friend and former tutor Paul. This is not only useful to the character, but shows the reader how a relationship of this nature can exist between those who have commitments already, such as a child, as well as vital knowledge of the inner workings of a D/s relationship.

      We are also shown a little more of Nathaniel’s softer side, seeing him as a brother and son, not just as a Dom. This is through interactions with his family, as well as his inner monologue whilst he is with Abby.

      The Dominant was an excellent retelling of an already brilliant story, and readers will be eager to read the final instalment.

    2. Overall Rating:
      9 out of 10
      Pros
      The ability to get Nathaniel's perspective on key events from the first book.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      An excellent retelling of a fantastic story.
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    1. Two sides to every story

      Reviewed: October 22, 2014 by blonde vixen13, a Straight Married Female

      'The Dominant' is the second book in the trilogy. I have read the first book 'The Submissive', which I really enjoyed.

      When I realised the second book was the same story only written from the male character's point of view, I did not rush to read it because I felt it would be a boring and repetitive read. However, I was very, very wrong.

      Although the story outline is basically the same, this time you learn all about Nathaniel's past, why he acts the way he does around Abbey his submissive, and how he became the person he is today.

      To be honest I often felt Nathaniel was a bit of a "jerk" in the first book, but reading the story from his point of view made me warm towards his character. The sex scenes are the same, but even more kinky written from his view. I also found the book felt more like a love story when it explained his emotions.

      I don't want to give away too much, but I really enjoyed it and will be moving into the final book in the trilogy straight away.

    2. Overall Rating:
      9 out of 10
      Pros
      Great to see how the dominant feels in the relationship.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      Hot sex scenes, perfect, with the perfect amount of romance.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Marmite book

      Reviewed: September 26, 2014 by j&lxxxx, a Straight Married Male

      I really enjoyed the first book, The Submissive, and think this is great follow up. Tara Sue Me has done something I've not seen before, by rewriting the first book, but from the other character's point of view.

      The first book was Abbey's story, and this book is Nathaiel's story.

      There are some parts of the story where you already know what's going to happen next, from the first book, but there are also lot of parts in this book that are new and different from the first.

      As this is Nathaniel's story, it fills in the gaps of the back story, so it all makes more sense.

      In my review for the first book, I said I would liked to have more of the bondage side. However, although the sex scenes are the same in this book, they are written to sound even more kinky from his side.

      If you can read this book as his story you'll love it. However, if you read as the same story rewritten you'll hate it. Like Marmite, you'll love it or hate it.

      I really enjoyed the book, and can't wait to read the third book, where I hope and think the action will really start.

    2. Overall Rating:
      9 out of 10
      Pros
      Reading his part opposed to hers.
      Cons
      Knowing in parts what was going to happen next.
      Bottom line
      Marmite, love it or hate it, you decide.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes