Along with the fun and steamy sex scenes, Hart has written a riveting depiction of a romantic relationship with all of the emotional highs and lows that go with them. Daisy Dominatrix is an endearing but carefully written romance that is hilarious, sad, and credible. What I liked the most about this story is that Hart treats her characters like human beings. In this story BDSM is not a trendy bandwagon to jump on, or a convenient excuse to cover up an abusive/dysfunctional relationship, but a lifestyle that is inherent for its participants.
I think the main complaint that I had with the story is that the cat woman/batman gimmick got old very quickly. I understand that it is a part of her persona, but when you have that being threaded throughout the story, coupled with the narrative being written in first person, it was just too much. For me, this is a distraction from a well plotted storyline. Also the back bends that Daisy goes through at times throughout the story for her partner annoyed me; she gives in far too often with nothing much in return. Having said that, I still recommend this book.
Until Batman strode into Madame Minerva’s Dungeon, Daisy Ellis thought she had everything she wanted. Duran Price isn’t really the Dark Knight, but both the mild mannered CPA and the Dominatrix who keeps her true identity hidden behind a Catwoman mask desires more than his submission. Fitting a relationship into a double life is a full time job and with a super villainess riding shotgun, the power is up for grabs.