Rush (The Breathless Trilogy) Themes & Motifs

Maya Banks
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Domination

The primary theme of Rush is domination. Gabe Hamilton insists on total domination in any relationship he has with a woman, even requiring each woman to sign a contract to that effect. His domination includes having control over what she wears, where she goes, who she sees and very specific aspects of their sexual relationship.

His need to dominate a woman sexually is an important part of Gabe’s personality because he enjoys sexual practices that many would consider deviant – bondage, inflicting pain, anal sex, and generally rough sex. He also insists that Mia look at him and say his name when she climaxes, and he reserves the right to share her with other men if he chooses.

While sexual dominance is central to Gabe’s personality, he also exhibits the need to dominate his rivals in the business world. The only relationships he does not...

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