Genres: Romantic Suspense, BDSM Romance
Published by VanScoy Publishing Group
Released on December 4, 2018
Who needs more more Master Z? Me! We see Master Z outside of the club doing his day job he loves: helping people with mental problems. He’s a great guy who feels deeply, but now some of his expertise is coming back to bite him in the ass! Alpha Master Z outside of the dungeon is a sight to read!
When Cherise Sinclair starts a new series, of course someone is going to talk her into writing a novella introduction with the Master himself. Zachary (Master Z) gets a phone call from an old friend who announces he is dying, he of course agrees to give him a send away to comfort his grieving sons, but when a threat looms its ugly head, Z will do everything to protect his wife and child. In the process though, he is untruthful to his wife and she can tell something is wrong. When the police can’t catch the killer and Z is called upon to fulfill his promise, he once again lies to his wife to protect her by sending her to her mother as he draws the killer away to Alaska.
With the help of his survivalist friend son’s, he lures the madman as bait only to find out his wife isn’t following his orders. Instead she follows him to Alaska to offer comfort, but also to find out what he is hiding. Yeah, Master Z screwed up and Jessica isn’t going to let him get away, but then again Jessica also screws up. To say this was satisfy to see a truth story that not all Masters are perfect…not even Master Z. It’s humbling to see him admit he made a mistake and to allow his wife to dole out a punishment. On the flip side…she gets one too.
This is a short, but thrilling story as the killer hunts his prey. We also get introduced to the sons who will be the leading men of this new series. And even those books will be thrillers. Not yet sure on the BDSM side, but who cares. I love anything Cherise writes and a new set of men to ogle is just icing on the cake!
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