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Master Professor (Lessons from the Rack) Paperback – April 4, 2017
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Praise for Tara Sue Me
“[Me] is so talented and captivating.”—Southern Fiction Review
“For those Fifty Shades fans pining for a little more spice.”—Los Angeles Times
“An erotic, deeply loving BDSM romance...Fans of erotic romance will delight in its mix of heat and heart.”—Publishers Weekly
“The Submissive series grows hotter and more intense with each installment.”—RT Book Reviews (4 Stars)
About the Author
Tara Sue Me wrote her first novel at the age of twelve. Twenty years later, after penning several traditional romances, she decided to try her hand at something spicier and started work on The Submissive, and soon followed that with The Dominant, The Training, Seduced by Fire, The Enticement, The Exhibitionist, The Master, and The Exposure. The series has become a huge hit with readers around the world, and has been read and reread millions of times.
Tara kept her identity and her writing life secret, not even telling her husband what she was working on. To this day, only a handful of people know the truth (though she has told her husband). They live together in the southeastern United States with their two children.
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Andie Lincoln has always lived a simple life. That is until she learns her childhood best friend turned A-list Hollywood star boyfriend is a Dominant. The idea of his professed lifestyle intrigues her. Since she’s lacks in every aspect of sex, she begs him to acquire a coveted spot in RACK Academy, an elite BDSM school, for submissive training.
Fulton Matthews, a dominant and a professor at RACK, is apprehensive about Andie. As someone who has no experience in sex, he feels she doesn’t deserve the right to be at RACK. For Fulton, professionalism is key, and trust reigns above all else.
What neither of them expect is for an instant connection. A draw that defies everything they both hold dear. As Fulton awakens Andie’s submissive side, she ignites a fire in Fulton he’s never experienced before. It’s a game of give and take, push and pull, but the problem is, they’re both tied to agreements. Andie to her boyfriend and Fulton to his career. Though their attraction is strong, they are forced to decide if their feelings are worth everything they have to lose.
It is no secret I’m a huge fan of Tara Sue Me. Her books are always fast-paced, bordering between sweet but hot as sin. There’s humor, sorrow, and a whole lot of hotness within the pages of Master Professor. What I love about these two characters is they complement each other. Where Fulton is strong, he has a soft side, which counters Andie’s tendencies for self-deprecation but is ignited by her spunk.
The one thing that might concern some readers about this book is the gray line of cheating. Let me put your minds at ease. Tara Sue Me addresses this issue with grace and poise. The characters have a mutual understanding, which actually makes other characters a little frustrated. You’ll understand when you read. And I do highly recommend you read this book!
5++++ STARS! A must read!!
I loved that we got both Andie’s and Fulton’s POV. You got to watch as both of them struggled with their feelings. For Andie it was the fact that once she started classes, she no longer pictured her boyfriend as her Master but rather she pictured Fulton. She chalks this up to the fact that this is her first experience in this lifestyle and she’s just getting confused. Fulton, on the other hand, is well aware of how inappropriate his feelings are for his student and knows that if anything were to happen between them that he would lose his job. However, with their growing friendship and his attraction to her, he can’t help but toe the line and push the envelope when it comes to their lessons. The conflict within him was so real that I never once rolled my eyes and thought, “C’mon, dude. I mean, really?” Which is something that happens quite a bit when characters dance around their growing attraction. For him, it totally made sense and you could see the connection he had with Andie outside of class and you could help but feel for him.
While Andie is definitely inexperienced in all ways, she wasn’t annoying about it. Which was something that I found refreshing. I hate when you have an inexperienced female character who just ends up sounding like pre-teen giggling about s-e-x. Andie approached it all in a very adult way and while she’s definitely shy at first when she enters the academy and learns nudity is a common thing, she gets over the initial shock and carries on. I really enjoyed that she didn’t dwell on things like that. I also felt bad for her when it came time for her to make the decision about what she’d do after graduation, stay and be with Fulton or go back to her boyfriend. The way she was able to break it down and the plan she worked out was perfect and it really brought her up a few notches in my book for the way she handled it all.
Not only was I fascinated by the main characters but we also meet another pair who have history but you’re not quite sure what it is exactly. You get little clues and snippets here and there but something tells me it’s not as black and white as you’d initially think. While there is no cliff-hanger ending for Andie and Fulton, you are left clamoring for the next book because one of those two characters sits down to tell their backstory… which was something I was dying to be revealed throughout this whole book. So, needless to say I’m a fidgeting mess just waiting for the next book to come out.
Before I wrap this up I do want to say that while this is an erotic romance and it revolves around a BDSM academy, it was not so heavy on the lifestyle as you normally would assume. It was pretty watered down and since it’s Andie’s first time learning it all, it sort of gets broken down for you. While there are some pretty steamy scenes, it wasn’t as dark as your typical erotica/BDSM novel could be. I loved that fact because it really let the characters shine through. I got to know everyone on a more personal level instead if feeling like the sex came first, then the relationship. So if you’re looking for something that smacks you in the face with sex scenes, this isn’t it.
Master Professor was nothing what I expected and everything I didn’t know I needed. It’s a great book for anyone who’s just starting out with this subject matter but it is also a breath of fresh air for anyone who’s read BDSM books before. It had amazing characters who weren’t acting stupid all the time, an actual story instead of just sex scene after sex scene, and the sexual scenes we get were pretty darn steamy without going overboard. I thought this was a really well-rounded erotic romance and I can’t wait to get my hands on the next book in the series. I may just have to bide my time by reading all of the other books by Tara Sue Me.
I am super excited for a completely new series from Me. Her covers are beautiful and top notch, as is her descriptive penmanship.
Master Professor is a must read for fans of her previous books, or anyone that wants a great erotic tale. Is it a smart idea for a celebrity, or anyone, to send their significant other to a BDSM training center to be immersed into the D/s lifestyle, and to be trained by another Dom?
No spoilers here! A great read, and looking forward to more of the Lessons from the Rack series! ( Well, and anything else written by Me!) Such quality writing, but still those steamy scenes we all love, and a great romantic story. Totally 5 STARS!!!
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I loved Andie’s story and am excited for the rest of the series. One thing that had me losing focus in the beginning was that every time they referred to Andie...Read more
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