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- Print Length: 420 pages
- Publication Date: March 31, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XYWL9NP
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Goddess: A Femme Domme Erotica Novel Kindle Edition
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
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Let me start off by saying FINALLY there is a woman in charge and a man on his knees. So tired of it being the other way around.
Leila is an executive assistant to a douche bag boss, attorney Gordon Roth. He berates her every chance he gets, and why she doesn't stick up for herself I don't know. I totally get needing a job, but one should have some self respect. She finally gets her revenge when her old tutor invites her to a private club and Gordon is one of the patrons. Before long he becomes her new submissive, much to the dismay of her loyal pet, Matthew. Matthew is the perfect man - attractive, attentive, cooks, is a shoulder to cry on, literally (I had a problem with this, b/c no Domme should ever cry in front of her sub), and he will be there at the drop of a hat. He's not only the epitome of a submissive, but he's my ideal man - I am totally team Matthew!
So of course Leila develops feelings for Gordon, b/c why should the nice guy ever win, right? *sigh* When Leila becomes pregnant and goes to tell Gordon the truth, she finds out he already knew who she was, which she tries to figure out. I'm like, Leila, you're a redhead. We're only 2% of the population (this isn't how he found out, but I could have put 2 & 2 together in a second based on the hair alone)
I liked the character development and how I felt like I was in Leila's head most of the time. I already mentioned I liked that it was a Domme/male sub situation, but I also like the descriptions of what she does to them. It's not only detailed, but accurate.
What I didn't like:
1. The jerk (at least seemingly) gets the girl...again. Even after Gordon screws some random blonde to make Leila jealous (really Leila?! You're going to let him get away with this?! Domme/woman up!)
2. Gordon the jerk won't love her as much if the baby isn't his. This is NOT love. When you love a woman you love everything about her, b/c the baby will be half hers anyway, you love it too! What an arrogant piece of dung this guy is. I really wish he would have died. I hope he does in book 2...
3. NEVER. EVER should a man come inside of a woman without permission - ESPECIALLY AS A SUBMISSIVE MAN! Subs should ALWAYS be asking permission of their Dommes. (another reason is that birth control isn't fool proof. I get this is part of the plot, but it's not a freebee or pass for men - isn't this concept the entire reason FOR this book???)
So all in all it was a really good read, I just had a couple of issues with some things.
I felt like this was a bit like 50 Shades but with the poor quiet girl being the dominant while the handsome rich man is the slave. That really appealed to me. Gordon was introduced to the scene by his nemesis, Jason, who is Goddess' mentor. Of course this caused her quite a bit of trauma and turned her world upside down.
I enjoyed their interactions and eventual respect and care. I must read the next book since many questions need to be answered.
While it was a good book I felt it was very descriptive, I know, what's there to complain about, it just got too much, the author described the foods the character ate, the dress she wears, the recipe she follows , it was just too much.
I liked the entire premise of the book but it felt as though it ended abruptly. She never confronted Matthew, who I have no idea if he intentionally set out to sabotage Gideon, I thought they were all going to end up as a couple.
I also wish we had seen some of Gideon's POV, his would have been fun to read.
I will be reading more from this author, it's nice to see authors write books about female domination especially when each book I read now has some sort of male domination , it's nice to see a role reversal.
Goddess is well written and every bit as compelling as 50 Shades. If you are looking for an easy read with spice, secret lives, and anticipation, From that first naughty feeling I got when I started to read to the afterglow and can't wait for the next episode of Leila, Goddess was a great choice.
Goddess is a book I highly recommend.... Do you have a desire to reach beyond your comfort zone?.....
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