- File Size: 2681 KB
- Print Length: 458 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: VanScoy Publishing Group (May 22, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 22, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07D2MF26V
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,535 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Beneath the Scars (Masters of the Shadowlands Book 13) Kindle Edition
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*spoilers* The side-stories played way too big a role and I found myself just being annoyed with these characters and unable to get into the book. Josie's child, and his issues with his dad and the middle school arson - a whole other different book. OMG, that scene where Z had everyone at the club switch "power" sides for a hour? I have never rolled my eyes at a book more in my whole life! All these strong characters from the past getting weepy and shaking and needing extra comfort from having to spend an hour outside their "normal"? Oh, give me a break!
Aside from that, I have other problems with this story that I cannot get past. I was so looking forward to Holt's story, but frankly I'm just bored with this. I don't feel passion or chemistry with these characters; so little depth, it was just reading words on a page. Too many times I found myself thinking "that would never happen". I don't like Holt's persistent "I know what's best for her even if she disagrees" attitude. He came across like a major jerk (like someone you would tell your friend to stay away from). And, I don't like Josie's wishy-washy back-and-forth attitude. Her bartender persona and indecisive-author persona did not jive. I found her rather obnoxious at times, especially when she spent so much time writing her young adult stories (again - I'm trying to read romance and sex here, not juvenile angst, ugh! Gross.)
I am a huge Cherise Sinclair fan and she remains on my one-click list. But, this book was a major let down. Not the quality or caliber of past Shadowlands Masters. =(
We are able to follow not just the heartache that Josie goes thru trying to give everything to her child but we also see how Carson feels about another man coming between his mom and himself and his reaction to it.
I loved, like always, how Sinclair goes about presenting the BDSM aspect of the relationships. Many authors I've read this genre from, make the sex aspect dirty and makes you think of the woman as being a doormat or a lady of the night. Cherise Sinclair makes you fall in love with the characters and gives you different levels of submission.
The only thing that irked me about this story is that Josie gave Carson a lot of free reign with the way he expressed himself. If I have done what he did to Holt after the backpack confrontation my mom would have tanned my hide for being so disrespectful. Other than that I loved every minute of this book and I can't wait for the next story, which I hope is Ghost!
Josie is Holt’s new neighbor. When she notices the wounds on Holt’s face, she assumes he’s an unemployed biker who gets into a lot of fights and warns her son away from him. Josie couldn’t have been more wrong about Holt and finds out quickly how incorrect her assumptions were about him. When Josie suddenly finds herself unemployed, Josie receives an unexpected offer that leads to so much more!
I really loved Josie’s character. She’s caring, honest, and quick to right her wrongs. Holt is AMAZING. I loved him, seriously! Everything you want in a hero. Together, Josie and Holt burn up the pages! Five stars all the way!