- File Size: 949 KB
- Print Length: 330 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: DLZ Entertainment, LLC (February 23, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 23, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018MK0SJW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,300 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
The Good, The Bad and Everything In Between
Long standing series: I’ve enjoyed reading Ms. Blake’s series since the very beginning, so I’m pretty familiar with the Masters & Mercenaries ‘verse. There’s a longstanding overarching storyline involving a secret villainous group named the Collective and while this book is slightly outside the main group, there are plenty of updates on the original gang. Add to this a serial killer subplot, and the action keeps things humming and the BDSM keeps it all sexy.
Not really a standalone: Starting a series like this can feel like Jumping onto a moving carousel. It can be exciting, there are some recaps, but you could end up pretty dizzy trying to keep all the characters straight. Add to that the little moments, such as the fact that they’re making a movie series based on a book series based on the Doms of this ‘verse, and yeah, I think it’d be a challenge. For longtime readers, though, should love these little inside touches that really make the ‘verse come alive.
Every pot has its lid: This is a freaky deaky love affair, and there’s no shame in that. Kai loves inflicting pain on a willing participant and Kori needs it like air, so I thought they made a perfect pair. There’s moments of tension and obstacles, but they’re handled in a pretty adult manner, which I always appreciate.
Kori is a solid heroine, fairly pragmatic and I loved that she wasn’t easily rattled, and she holds her own against those who would try to shame her for her looks or what she likes. Kai is a good hero, and I like the contrast of the potentially stuffed shirt intellectual having that kinky edge. He’s much more relaxed though, so if you’re searching for a caveman alpha, he doesn’t quite fit that bill. He more than captured my attention during their first scene at Sanctum, though. *fans self*
BDSM soap opera: By now, the series has a life of its own and if anything, the focus felt divided between Kai and Kori and the tragedy of what happened to one of the Taggart brothers, Theo. The serial killer was very easy to spot and the tension is more about when the characters would catch up and realize who it was than a true surprise. Add to that some of the more fantastical elements of the plot and it’s definitely getting a soapy feel to it all. I happen to love that, so I was entertained. The epilogue and the teaser for future books certainly has potential. There’s some life in this series yet.
The Bottom Line
I enjoyed this latest entry in the Masters & Mercenaries world. If you’re a fan of the series, I think you’ll enjoy yourself. If you’re interested in dipping your toes in the BDSM world, I think this is a good series to check out - it gives you that dirty sexy fun without forgetting the romance at the heart of it all.
**ARC provided by author for review**
Blake’s heroes just DO IT for me, ya know? Something about them just rocks my freaking world! And the heroines that they are paired up with always complement them in the BEST WAY POSSIBLE!
Kai’s past came to the forefront, and with it came Kori’s truth.
I simply ADORE all of these characters, but Kai and Kori are probably at the top of my list of favorite couples. Their banter was ridiculous! Check it out:
“You’ve waded in to your ankles with your water wings on, little girl. If you scene with me you better know how to swim.”
Oh boy, that Kai! He is just YUMMY isn’t he? And you know what are lovely kick-*** heroine fires back with:
“I’m a freaking Olympic gold medalist when it comes to this particular pool, Sir. And I’m a woman, not a little girl, as you’re about to find out.”
OH NO SHE DIDN’T! Gotta love the mouth on Kori! She is Kai’s PERFECT match! I feel like a mic should have been dropped after that statement! WOW! This book had everything I could ever want in a romance read! Blazing hot office sex…Passionate and intense BDSM scenes…sexy and witty banter and dirty talk that will set your eReader ablaze! There was just absolutely NO putting this down! After devouring every book in this series I feel a sense of contentment, of complete satisfaction, and then 10 minutes later, I want MORE! I will ALWAYS want more!
*Gifted copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
The story was great.
Loved getting updates on everyone's lives.
Can't wait until June.
Romance/sex was as awesome as always.
Loved Jared. Really loved him
Just didn't like Kori. I think I may hold Lexi in a higher standings.
I will read the next book.