The Dom with the Clever Tongue

Cari Silverwood; Leia Shaw; Sorcha Black
The Dom with the Clever Tongue
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Publisher
WC Press
Release Date
September 2013
ISBN
9781301083077
Series
Book 4 of Badass Brats
Genre
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Romantic Comedy

SUMMARY
Reece and Scarlet have everything a loving couple could want, except a hot kinky sex life. Malachi, an experienced Dom, steps in to help them sort that out. But not only is he a terrible memory from Reece's past, he's a smartass and damaged goods, too.

As they all learn to trust each other, Malachi becomes more than just their kink coach. It's a full-on brat smackdown, and no heart gets out unscathed.

Warning: this book contains unrepentant brats, surprise orgasms, a Domme with training wheels, and a Dom whose tongue is registered as a weapon of mass seduction.

BDSM elements, M/F/f, F/f

Book Review by Laurie P (reviewer)
Nov 14, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
85 people found the following review helpful
Once again, the authors have taken a BDSM story and turned it into so much more. This is a beautiful story about the heartwarming and emotional path Reese, Scarlet and Malachi take to finding their places within a relationship. It also takes the characters and lets them explore their roles among each other so they can find out what works best for them. The characters in the story become real people through all of their insecurities, vulnerabilities and emotions. The characters draw you into their lives, becoming like friends. You are taken on the ride through their lives right alongside them.

Reese is bisexual and in love with Scarlet. Scarlet says she's bi, but just hasn't found a man she likes enough to get close to in any manner. And she's in love with Reese. Even with the solid love between them, things in the bedroom are getting stale. They want to spice things up and both want to try and see if some BDSM within a Domme and sub relationship would work. And it might if they could ever figure out who should play what role. Needing help they turn to some friends that live the lifestyle. This leads them to Malachi.

Malachi lost his last sub, Ivy, when he couldn't be the Dom she need. It's been a year since Ivy took off her collar. She wanted more than he was willing to give--more pain, more control and more discipline. While strict and tough when he needs to be, he's not into 24/7 control of a sub. He's easygoing enough to not always want to discipline every infraction of his sub. Through a mutual friend, the girls ask him to help them sort out their messed up D/s roles, and he agrees.

Watching the delicate balancing act Malachi has to give, as he teaches the girls the finer points of BDSM, being a part and yet not wanting to interfere with the established relationship they already have. And yet, Malachi does the worst thing possible and falls in love with them both. Reece is falling for Malachi too, but scared of wanting him and losing Scarlet because of that. Scarlet is scared that because Reese is bi, she's missing what Malachi can give her and she can't. She's also scared because Malachi could be that one male who could truly make her bi as well.

This story explores all of the different levels and aspects of the roles a Dom and sub can choose to act out. It points out that the roles and rules that work for one couple may not work for anyone else. It shows that you need to find and settle into what works for you.

The story is easy to read yet so compelling, written so that you can't put the book down until you're done. It was great to visit Cobalt Harbor again, and I hope the authors take us back there at least one more time.
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