The Rec League: Dommes

The Rec League - heart shaped chocolate resting on the edge of a very old bookI’m so excited for this Rec League because this is my catnip. Thank you to Willamae for sending this in!

So you all might have covered this in the past (in which case, sorry for the repeat) but I was reading the Duke Who Knew Too Much after it came up in a books on sale list this week, and I was wondering, are there any historical romances (that aren’t full on erotica) that feature heroines who are the dominant one in a D/s relationship?

I just realized that I’ve NEVER read that, and I’d like to. I’d especially love it if it has the whole “virgin heroine awakening” thing, but she’s awakened to being sexually dominant.

Is this out there? You’ve recommended great books to me in the past so I figured I’d ask about this too. Thank you!

Elyse: Devil’s Submission by Nicola Davidson

The Devil’s Submission
A | BN | K | iB

Regency married couple, hero cant articulate his needs, they become estranged, etc.

Amanda: Unfortunately, all of the ones I know of are contemporary.

There was a Cherise Sinclair – Servicing the Target, but I don’t know if I’d recommend it. I felt like the heroine sacrificed her “Domme-ness.” There’s also Giving it Up by Audra North, which was disappointing as well. I’m very picky.

SIGH.

Sarah: Del Dryden’s book 3 – The Principle of Desire ( A | BN | K | G | iB | Au ) – has switch heroine who’s a Domme in the book and if you’re interested in nonfiction

Joey Hill’s Natural Law ( A | BN | K | iB ) was the fist BDSM book I read and spoiled me terribly. The ending to the mystery is ridiculous but Violet is The Shit.

Are there any Dommes in historical romances you love? What about Dommes in general?

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