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Mischief and the Masters
Author: Cherise Sinclair
Series: Masters of the Shadowlands #12
Published by Self Published
Released: November 15th 2016
Genres: Erotic Romance
“Even with twelve books in the Masters of the Shadowlands series, Cherise Sinclair manages to make each book even more passionate than the last one. ”
~ Under the Covers
When I learned that Uzuri was getting a book, I grew excited and I immediately checked to see who she was going to end up. I’m thrilled that Max and Alastair are both her heroes because I loved these two in the last book. Sinclair did such a good job of setting up their story in the last book that I needed to read this book immediately when it landed in my hands.
Because of my excitement, this book was up against some high expectations but not surprisingly, Sinclair delivers once again, penning a passionate and sexy story that I couldn’t put down.
Uzuri has her own set of emotional baggage that she needs to get over and I became increasily concerned about her as the book went on. I love that Sinclair showed her progression and healing process because it adds so much to the book. I also loved how the other Masters were so concerned about her; I thought it really created a unity between all the characters. Furthermore, the friendship between all the women in this series remains as one of my favorite things about this series. I just love their banter and would love to be friends with each of them.
It’s no surprise that I loved the guys in this book already. I fell in love with them in the last book and would happily walk down the aisle with them after reading this book. On their own, they are compelling but together? Wow. I feel like every woman would want to be the ham in this sandwich.
Even with twelve books in the Masters of the Shadowlands series, Cherise Sinclair manages to make each book even more passionate than the last one. If you haven’t read this series, you’re missing out. Sinclair writes the best Doms. Period.
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