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Servicing the Target (Masters of the Shadowlands Series Book 10) by [Sinclair, Cherise]
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  • File Size: 964 KB
  • Print Length: 340 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (July 28, 2015)
  • Publication Date: July 28, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00WT206F6
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I’ve never read a book where the heroine is the Domme in the relationship, but let me tell you, if all of them are like Mistress Anne, I’ll gladly read more.

What I loved most about Anne is that everything about her screams independent woman, but there’s also a softer side to her that few know about because she doesn’t willingly expose it. She’s all about control, and she’s ice cold with her emotions or so she wants everyone to think, but beneath the Domme exterior is a woman who has deep feelings for her friends, an affinity against change, and a deep seated need for her father’s approval.

As I read her and Ben’s story, it amazed me how well Anne kept her mask on around everyone. She never came across as a vulnerable woman; she’s harda** to the core and that’s exactly what she wants to be perceived as, but I think it also makes it easier for people to disregard her feelings, never looking beyond the façade and seeing the woman within.

At face value, Ben’s a dominating guard dog who serves and protects with ease. As a former Army Ranger, he understands the control that’s needed to ensure everyone’s safety. But, like Anne, there’s a different kind of man beneath the tough and gruff exterior. A man who fights demons from his time of service and actually likes to give up control and be told what to do because following directions allows him to simply act.

Anne and Ben together doesn’t seem to make sense – a sadist and a vanilla – but looks can be deceiving, and as they explore the connection that’s between them, readers witness both of them changing with every interaction, making them both question if how they’ve been living is what they truly want or if change can actually be a good thing, leading towards something better.
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I'll start by saying I enjoyed the D/s relationships prior to this book. The author spent a lot of time focusing on what drove the Domme to be a sadist and to be a control freak, I find that disturbing because in Book 1 Master Z was just..Master Z. He did not need to justify why he was a Dominant, nor did he need to justify his need to be in control. I feel this book was a great disappointment because though the author harped so much about the Domme being a big girl and being able to take care of herself, ultimately the Domme was just the way she was because she had daddy issues and once those were resolved oh let's only do it in the bedroom and oh btw I'm pregnant. I feel the Domme was sold out because of her gender. A woman can be strong, controlled, and controlling. She shouldn't need to justify, explain, or otherwise make excuses for the way she is. It just is.
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Ms. Sinclair has done it again and has delivered another memorable addition to her Master of the Shadowlands series. This time around,its Mistress Anne's turn to find her true match and its an unknown entity. It seems Ben, the security guard is the guy to keep this Domme on her toes. So what's the twist? Well its seems Mistress Anne is a known sadist who likes her pretty boy slaves at her command and Ben is well, not so pretty, not a boy and definitely vanilla (so he thinks). Despite that they have this unmistakable bond that is hard to resist and the longer they engage in their unlikely coupledom, the more likely its not going to end well.

I love the Club Shadowland books. But Servicing the Target I think is one the best books in this series. I love Anne and Ben and how their relationship develops. Considering these two started out as secondary characters in the first books that were not really fleshed out initially, they were definitely given center stage with excellent character development this time around. Anne was so endearing considering she's this bad ass Domme but with Ben she kind of shed that whole hard armor and becomes more human. Ben has always been present from book one but always in the background, so to get a full on Ben experience was something to look forward too . I love the way their relationship evolves and how they deal with the pitfalls of a D/s relationship. I love that the some of the other couples made cameo appearances to help our couple out. Its also a nice touch, because this time around they're the background characters and Anne and Ben have come center stage. Full circle.

Servicing the Target is a great read, the sex hands down has always been excellent, the scenarios well defined, the story line well plotted but its the romance between a loving Domme and her so in love sub that is the best offering of this book.

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Reviewed by Annie and posted at Under The Covers Book Blog

There’s no better place to be than back at the Shadowlands. SERVICING THE TARGET is a book that I’ve been looking forward to since Mistress Anne stepped into one of the scenes in the previous books. She carries so much power and femininity that you can’t help but feel drawn to her. I was very much looking forward to see how Sinclair would portray her since she is a Domme who also enjoys administering pain.

The hero, Ben Heugan, however is someone we don’t know too much about. Ben is the Shadowlands guard dog. While he has the confidence of Master Z, Anne is a little more wary of him. For one, she is attracted to him but Ben has no interest in kink.

Or so she thinks.

He has called himself “vanilla” but when they share one scene together, it’s clear that Ben does like a little something extra with his sex.

What was different about this book was while I thought Sinclair would write a typical Domme story, she did something interesting with Anne. She showcased both her hardcore, badass side OUTSIDE of the Shadowlands and in particular, with her day job and displayed a much “softer” side to her Domme in the actual sex scenes. This was interesting because we don’t really see the characters outside of the Shadowlands too often any more. And also, I quite liked the juxtaposition that Sinclair created with Anne’s character. It was a nice surprise, something different that set her apart from the other Domme stories I’ve read. And what’s even more unique is that as Anne develops feelings for her subs, she no longer feels the need to hurt them. Once she cares about them, the aggression fades.
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