Dominique continues to get commissions for Keating in order to build up his career.
Keating is confused by this since Dominique still brushes him off in private and doesn't even seem to like him much.
Dominique and Toohey also form a sort of alliance against Roark.
But in private, Dominique continues her kinky affair with Roark.
Roger Enright invites Dominique over to his house one day. He's upset with her for writing stuff about Roark and acting like a punk.
Dominique goes to see the structure of the Enright House being built, and she immediately falls in love with it.
She then goes and writes yet another article that slams and praises Roark all at once. This is par for the course: their relationship is built on the fact that Dominique and Roark are enemies by day, passionate lovers by night.
Later Dominique and Keating chat and he tries to figure out why she's helping him out.
She doesn't give him a clear answer.
All of New York society thinks that Keating and Dominique are very close, but in private Dominique wants nothing to do with Keating.