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How to Train Your Dom in Five Easy Steps

by Josephine Myles

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4.5 star review by Karen at ScuttlebuttReviews

What a great and fun read! From the time we meet first Jeff and Eddie, they light up the page.

Poor Jeff is ill at ease in double denim, desperately looking for a submissive and not getting anywhere. His conversational skills are sadly lacking and he is losing hope. He’s gardening for Eddie’s friends, and Eddie takes a shine to him. Eddie will be his sub so that Jeff can get some Dom practice and be ready for the right sub (who will of course be female).

And off they go! Now, of course Jeff isn’t gay, and of course Eddie isn’t starting to have feelings for him. Of course not.

One of Jo Myles' greatest strengths is often in her characters, and there is no disappointment here. Eddie and Jeff are so likeable; their realization that they are developing feelings for each other is lovely and hesitant. This balances really well with the heat of the sexual relationship, which is really scorching (and it’s unusual for me to comment on sex in a book – so trust me it’s something else).

Another thing that Jo does well is to write sympathetic female characters. Eddie’s best friend is no exception, and I loved the conversations between her and Eddie.

How to Train Your Dom is a great, fun, and a sexy book. ( )
  ScuttlebuttReviews | Oct 3, 2014 |
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