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Genre: Erotic Romance, Contemporary Erotic Romance, E-book
Talk about racy! Mistress's Master is a wild, sweaty roll in the hay, hay that's in the exclusive, undercover world of BDSM. Rylon knows her stuff, providing readers with explicit, clear-as-day details about everything in the subculture from toys to scenery. As a couple, Lily and Jeremy are fascinating to watch, as they're both dominating and frequently butt heads, vying for control. Mistress Lily is a compassionate dom, whose struggle to submit while still attempting to rescue her charges will resonate with readers. Jeremy's need to dominate is feral, but it balances nicely with his need to protect Lily. The story's pacing is quick, with plenty of scorching scenes to buffer the conflict. The story contains numerous mentions of past characters, so it's advisable to read the first two books in the series, but readers can still enjoy the story as a stand-alone. Additionally, readers shouldn't take the book's warning label lightly; Mistress's Master is indeed filled with triple-X erotica and not at all for the faint of heart.
Mistress Lily is like no other dominatrix Jeremy Radisson has ever seen. Not only is she stunningly beautiful, but also her need to dominate is just as strong as Jeremy's. He may have hung up his whip a long time ago, but the moment he sees Lily's mesmerizing BDSM performance, Jeremy knows he must conquer the dominatrix. When word gets out about an addictive, yet lethal drug, called SexOffender, tearing through the BDSM community, the only way to uncover the drug-smuggling operation is for the couple to pose as dominant and submissive pair. But will Jeremy be able to convince Mistress Lily that submitting to him is not only necessary to the case, but to their ultimate happiness as well? (Samhain, Sept. 2011, dl., $5.50)
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Reviewed By: Spencer A. Freeman
Published: September 2011