“We have to act like a real couple…”
The solution? Mind-blowingly real pleasure!
Dane “Smoke” Kingsolver and Cat Livingston need to fake a relationship to get her abusive ex off her back. Convincing people their friendship has heated up to scorching levels is unexpectedly easy! But when their red-hot chemistry threatens to ruin everything they’ve ever known can they go back to what they had before? And do they even want to?
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I don’t really think IndygirlinDC knows what she’s talking about. You shouldn’t write a bad review based on opinion. I almost didn’t read this one because of her review. I have to say there was nothing whatsoever that sounded demeaning. It was a great book and you knew it was love there was caring every time. It wasn’t even that dominant to be honest. Just sexy, fun and hot between friends of 23 years....
Not sexy at all
Role playing domination can be sexy. Actually having the main character completely dominated and degraded by the “hero” is anything but sexy. The author justifies the hero’s behavior because it secretly turns the woman on. That just stretched my imagination too far. The world she creates is too reminiscent of many cults, extreme religious groups and societies that ruthlessly subjugate women and value them as anything more than obedient puppets. I just don’t see how being treated so badly is sexy or appealing at all. So - yes to domination role play. No to Ruined.