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Reading out of a binder that contained a photocopy of the book (with the author's The ferocity of Dom's tribe, and the human fear of the unknown, the different. A Temporary Situation (Temporary series; Tristan and Dom Book 1) eBook: H.L Day: Dominic and scarky comebacks and Tristan with his total fear of spideys. You've always dreamed of seeing your name on the cover of a book. The Color of Your Dreams helps you get past the fears and insecurities about your.

Yet those were dangerous times, and admitting entirely to the actions contained within the book would have been foolish.

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He never denied nor fully owned up to what allegedly happened in Vegas. What he writes is about having fun in Las Vegas, suggesting strongly that he did do all the things Raoul Duke did, without directly reference any specific action. It was just in the gonzo thinking, taking it one step further. He was professional enough to produce a book drawing upon his drug experiences as a front for exploring the Death of the American Dream, a theme he had been trying to write a book about for years.

In the end, the chaos of the story became significant in itself, and one must wonder whether Thompson deliberately created or recounted the madness as a reflection upon society, or the loss of any meaning in that still-chased fantasy. Drugs certainly are what gained Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas its notoriety. Those who know nothing of his work are aware of the book and the film and all the illegal substances. Yet only Thompson and Acosta knew the truth behind the story in regards drugs.

We can pick apart names and places and dates, but the drugs are something different, and we are pretty much reliant upon later interviews with Thompson to gain and insight into how much of it was true. His perceptions may have included hallucinations, but he recorded them as accurately as he could, and in that sense, what he saw was reflected in the book.

He may have used comedy and exaggeration, but he wrote about what he saw and thought. But did he take what he said he took, and does it matter? Indeed, they were instrumental in the creation of the book, but also a literary tool. Thompson claimed drug logic took him from LA to Las Vegas, propelled the story as one long act of drug logic, and then helped and hindered him in writing the manuscript.

They provided the plot and the style of narrative. They acted as a view to the counterculture, and as a way of highlighting the nature of the non-drug taking world. According to Dom Duarte, the will is therefore the essential virtue to overcome fear and achieve true competence.

Nobody should doubt that if someone desires to become a good horseman, his will would be sufficient to enable him to overcome the fear of falling from the horse — or with it — and therefore he will end up being a good horseman DOM DUARTE, , p. In horseback riding, our own body is an instrument of communication with the horse.

Duarte says that the rider must always work to hide his insecurity. Not only because in this way he will show himself at ease to others even when he is in trouble, but because, by dint of dissimulating, he will get used to being heedless of the danger and he will convince himself of his own courage and finally feel at ease: It is possible to show off our safety when we are doing specific things, faking it through the use of specific attitudes that normally reflect safety.

That ability is not only useful to deceive others; if we do it frequently, these activities might become a habit and eventually convince our heart; we could end up really feeling safe.

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This is one of the most curious and interesting aspects of the inner discipline that the rider must impose to himself to overcome his fears. Dissimulation thus becomes a tool for self-persuasion.

For example, when riding an unruly horse, he must show a quiet and pleasant attitude but always, not exaggerating, in order to avoid affectation and if the horse rears, bucks or kicks, he must tidy his dress and mantle, with a slow and calm movement, as would a horseman that is not at all worried about what is happening.

Similarly, if he needs to correct the horse with the bit or with a more energetic use of his legs and spurs, he must do it by continuing to talk about this and that with other people, as if nothing disturbs the conversation. But there is one aspect that the discourse of Dom Duarte does not touch, but which, in my opinion, is particularly relevant in reflecting on the fear that horses inspire in men.

That secret fear, which often unwittingly undermines even the most genuine horse lover and many equestrian professionals, pushes many of those who deal with horses to an excessive use of force.

The violence towards horses is, in fact, always the expression of the fear of not being able to control them by other means, and of the ignorance of more effective and appropriate ways to do it. And for violence here, I mean, not only the use of beatings and other abuses, but also an inappropriate overuse of the aids.

Cesare Fiaschi, at the half point of the sixteenth century, and many other Renaissance authors had already understood that the horse is an extraordinarily sensitive animal with which the rider often tends to communicate by too strong means, which then turns into useless and counterproductive violence.

Fear leads inevitably to a lack of observation of the behavior of the animal and is generally exorcised by brutality, or at least by far more aggressive manners than necessary, which then establish a vicious cycle of human actions and reactions of the animal that are the source of endless misunderstandings and repeated failures.

In order to reach excellence the rider must overcome his fears and learn to trust himself and his horse. Carles Parrocel, Cavalry officer, in F. The knowledge accumulated over thousands of years of co-existence between man and horse, which is handed down to us by the equestrian literature, teaches us that in order to reach excellence the rider must overcome his fears and learn to trust himself and his horse. First, this dude is so not a Dom.

He just isn't. He cries when he has to flog his "sub" who is actually a Domme, or not, depending The premise is so stupid: A company is looking for Doms to be its "face" so a contest is held. A male and female Dom are paired up and then What the heck? And then, of course, the couple falls in lo First, this dude is so not a Dom. And then, of course, the couple falls in love within about 24 hours. I think. Time isn't paid a lot of mention here. The "games" are stupid as all get out, the judging of the games is worse, and there's a sort of non-conflict conflict that just does nothing for the story.

Well, I guess it does, but it didn't have to. Could have gotten there a lot of other, more believable, ways. The sex is boring.

No, I'm serious. The writing is only mediocre. Overall, this is a complete waste of money. Just don't bother. This book makes 50 Shades repetitive, unlikely, and poorly written seem like a literary classic by comparison. Save your money and buy the Weekly World News instead.

It's better written, more interesting, and more believable. I recently read here that Bane who I remain convinced is a woman masquerading as a man has "conformed" his will to God's with respect to his relationship. I am no longer a practitioner of any religion, but I believe the Bible is pretty clear on the concept of sex outside of marriage; anyone who claims that they are practicing what God preaches and then expounds the virtues of sex between virtual strangers?

Is either lying about their spirituality or actually doesn't get it. Either way, it seems a manipulative ploy to mention it here. Mar 21, Silkeeeeeereads rated it it was ok Shelves: I don't know what it is that made me break my resolve to not read FM for unless it is a book in a series I have enjoyed, but this one made me break my resolve.

I wish I hadn't have broken. Again, it wasn't worth it.

There was no believable chemistry, barely any real characters there. This is more of a show and tell instead of read and feel type book.

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I want to feel the characters, feel like I know them and invested. There is nothing about this book that made me feel a thing. Why even give i I don't know what it is that made me break my resolve to not read FM for unless it is a book in a series I have enjoyed, but this one made me break my resolve.

Why even give it a two star rating? The concept was excellent. May 09, Angela rated it did not like it. Really vile. Every word written makes me throw up in my mouth a little bit.

Apr 25, Steelwhisper rated it did not like it Shelves: There are expressions which make me cringe. They scream ignorance, arrogance and appropriation loud and clear. Just as "my inner goddess" belongs to this, so does "my inner dom".

Another one surfing the wave. Heh, and if there is one sure-fire, screaming-like-a-banshee tell of a female author, then it is that catch-phrase "my inner whatchacallums ".

View all 7 comments. May 06, Regan rated it it was ok Shelves: What a great idea! The concept of this story- multiple Doms competing to be the "top Dom" was absolutely brilliant and original. Lucian and Tara soon find themselves cast as a pair and there couldn't be a worse combination! Despite their differences the experience doesn't turn out ho When I read the synopsis of this book I was super excited- a BDSM themed reality show? Despite their differences the experience doesn't turn out how they expected Like Tara and Lucian this book didn't turn out how I expected.

I love the concept but I couldn't connect with the characters and became very confused as pretty much all of the BDSM elements in this book were misconstrued or didn't make sense. I also couldn't get over Tara's demeaning attitude and ridiculous statements like "But a Dom is merely a personality trait, sir. I didn't read anywhere in the manual where you can't be your own boss.

This Dom likes to do sub things. The male characters I felt were cast into roles that were too black and white. The "alpha" and strict Dom was a man who was abusive and cruel to his subs. While Lucian the character was a gentle and emotional Dom- to the extreme of crying during a scene. There was no grey area for Doms- strict yet very in-touch with humanity and those are the type of Doms I like to read about. Overall this book just didn't work for me. Although, I couldn't connect with the characters or content I would read a different themed book by this author in the future.

Feb 22, Sadie Bissett rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book blew me away!!! It's beautiful to read a story that isn't based on a fictitious stereotypical type of Dom.

The BDSM world is as varied as the color scheme, and no one person or a manual can define the lifestyle. I absolutely love that he didn't just go to the prescribed way of so many books o This book blew me away!!! I absolutely love that he didn't just go to the prescribed way of so many books out there. Tara, the heroine, was a fascinating character.

Your heart will break for her, and without giving any spoilers, you will be able to see that there is something broken about her right away. She needs something more, something that will help her on the path to healing her heart.

Or maybe, she just needs Someone. Lucian is a man. He has had painful experiences in his life, familial problems as well, but there is more going on with him than he reveals.

I think that he's not even scratched the surface of the inner turmoil that makes up his life. We will have to wait and see The way Lucian see Tara is a beautiful thing, and even in this first book, he is questioning himself, at whether he's doing things right with her, and if he was a true Dom. I love that he is not so confident that he becomes cocky in his dealings with her and life in general.

It leaves room for growth, and less room to make irreparable mistakes with Tara. Tara on the other hand, is not your typical definition of a submissive.

She has a steel-like strength that cloaks all this vulnerability that calls to the Dom in Lucian. He knows her strengths and is proud of her for them, but he also recognizes her weaknesses and wants to help her through the darkness to light that she could grow and bask in.

But the finding of love, true love, is the ultimate goal of this story. Will Lucian be able to help Tara succeed in finding that part of her that she lost?

Will Tara be strong enough to submit to Lucian in the way that his soul needs? When all is said and done, will they have each other to love, to give and take from each other as needed? We will see. As those who know, I always end my reviews with two very important items: Is there an HEA and does anyone cheat?

It is a somewhat of an HFN, I suppose you could say.

This is going to be a series of 6 books, with one book published every six weeks, so there won't be much of a wait. And after reading this one, I definitely don't mind the wait. The ending doesn't end in an angsty cliffhanger where you're biting your nails, wondering if the world is going to end. So I think it's easier to deal with. I have NEVER read a series that promised this many books in it, but this one has a different feel, so I'm in it for the long run.

Lucian is completely hooked on Tania, and wouldn't see another woman if they fell in his lap, naked. Go and get this bad boy NOW!!! Feb 23, Nivia rated it it was amazing. I really had fun reading this book! It was steamy, the characters had good chemistry and surprisingly had plenty of humor.

This story is refreshing because while Lucian's character is wholeheartedly a Dom, he's not the kind of Dom that you would expect. He has his issues from his past that affect how he treats his subs which in turn causes him to realize that there is something missing in his life which is at constant war with his Dominant nature.

Enter Tara, who also has a Dominant nature but i I really had fun reading this book! She also has her inner turmoil, which she believes she has under control until Lucian enters her life intent on breaking away her chains and setting her free.

I really liked the dual point of view, I only wish there was clear distinction as to who's point of view I was reading. I think he did a good job telling Tara's story from the female perspective. While we know that there are other books in this series the book did not leave off with a major cliffhanger, which I really can appreciate.

But it is perfectly clear that the story is far from over. I like the mindset of the organization that put the Dom Wars competition together, all I have to say is score one for soccer moms all over the world! So yeah I do recommend this book and with that said peace out peeps!!! Happy Reading I can't even express how happy I am to see all the male writers getting into the smut genre. Lucian Bane is now at the top of my list. Lucian can tell that there must be an ulterior motive for Tara to be there to win the money.

To him she is too sweet and "normal" to live the lifestyle. He decides he needs to team up with her to protect her from the dark element in the competition.

They will split up the winnings. As they get into th I can't even express how happy I am to see all the male writers getting into the smut genre. As they get into the competition, Lucian realizes he was right about Tara, she is gaining all of her knowledge through the manual. I love that Lucian is real. You don't normally see feelings with doms, but Lucian wears a lot of them on his sleeve. In all the years he has been a dom, he has never developed feelings towards a sub Tara is an unusual sub, she has some dom in her as well.

Now he has and he is going to see the reality show out to keep her safe. I'm so looking forward to following their relationship through the series. Can't wait for book 2 and beyond. View 1 comment. Feb 24, Kenra Daniels rated it it was amazing.

I rarely read BDSM fiction anymore because of the way Doms are generally portrayed as self-absorbed jerks and subs as brainless twits willing to tolerate anything. I looked at the sample of Dom Wars Round One because several friends were raving about it. The Dom Wars plot provided a brilliant showcase for a realistic man who could be both Dominant and Human.

Lucian Bane has given readers an alternat I rarely read BDSM fiction anymore because of the way Doms are generally portrayed as self-absorbed jerks and subs as brainless twits willing to tolerate anything. Lucian Bane has given readers an alternative to the arrogant, chauvinistic jerks that litter the pages of BDSM fiction.

Suddenly, female readers interested in the lifestyle won't be victimized by every abusive pig out there calling himself a Dom, because now they know what the real thing looks like. The book is excellently written in a strong style that brings the reader right into the characters' heads. The characters' emotions were realistic. I've seen a little criticism of the 'insta-love' - I have to say, Hubby and I met almost 28 years ago, and fell in love within a couple of hours, and married 6 weeks later.

So 'insta-love' in a book isn't a problem for me, but I'll reserve judgement on that aspect until after I see how realistically the relationship is developed.

Even when two people love each other deeply, there are still issues to be worked out, so I can believe that part IF Lucian and Tara have to learn how to be together. I saw some points that could be further developed or explained, but since this is a series, I trust the author will address those points in the future books.

Overall, Dom Wars Round One is an excellent read, and I'll be anxiously awaiting the next installment! Mar 01, Gloria: Little Shop of Readers rated it it was amazing.

I read this book with a little apprehension. I was stepping out of my comfort zone with this genre. Bane's writing is both tender and strong. He gives us a Dom who is different. Who isn't afraid to display a love for Tara, the heroine. He shows us the world of BDSM and how women don't need to be broken to deserve love. That both the Dom and the Sub should give completely of themselves , and the result is pure love.

I applaud Mr Bane for taking this stand. I look forward to his next book and I read this book with a little apprehension.These two are like the cutest, while one is obviously stressed the other comes along to make him laugh. Similarly, if he needs to correct the horse with the bit or with a more energetic use of his legs and spurs, he must do it by continuing to talk about this and that with other people, as if nothing disturbs the conversation.

For a start, adrenochrone is produced not through the extraction of a human pineal gland, but rather through the oxidation of epinephrine. A true Dom is protective to his core and Lucian is a true Dom.

Get to Know Us. Why even give i I don't know what it is that made me break my resolve to not read FM for unless it is a book in a series I have enjoyed, but this one made me break my resolve. I did enjoy the Dom Wars portion of the story and not knowing what was coming next in the challenges.

Overall, Dom Wars Round One is an excellent read, and I'll be anxiously awaiting the next installment!