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Posted June 7, 2013
Reviewed by: Victoria Book provided by: Author Review originally
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book
: Master and Inquisitor is the fourth book in the Masters of Submission series by Jan Bowles. The blurb from this book just drew me in and I knew I had to review it.
Beth Beaumont is a natural submissive who has not ventured back into the lifestyle after the death of her Dom three years ago. It’s very apparent that Beth is at the end of her rope with all the stress of the last three years. Living on the run and in the federal witness protection program takes its toll on anyone. I am surprised that Beth stayed away from the lifestyle that its very apparent that she needs. The grief that Beth faces as she slowly ventures back into the lifestyle is heartbreaking. She is a very strong character.
Ethan Strong, along with his brother Matthew, are owners of Club Submission. He has a darker side he call the Inquisitor. He does not let submissive lie to him and calls the Inquisitor to interrogate and punish a sub for lying to him. Ethan sees the ideal submissive in Beth and persuades her to let him become her Dom. Right from the beginning he thinks she is lying to him and is not sure why. Will the Inquisitor get Beth to tell him what is going on?
I enjoyed the suspense. I enjoyed the twist on removing the threat. It was completely unexpected. The sex scenes were realistic and in depth as well as hot and steamy.
I enjoyed this book, but this book is not for the faint of heart. This book does contain some extreme elements like caging, suspension and breath play. The only thing that would have made this book better is if it was longer. I can’t wait to read the rest of the books in the series.
Posted April 1, 2013
Good addition to the series
I really liked the love story and the Ds scenes between Beth and Ethan. But Im not sure how I feel about the scene with The Inquisitor. There were pros and cons to his... visit, so to speak... like the lack of consistancy and the coolness vs. the drama and the conclusion of that scene, as a couple of examples. But that was just one scene, or small section, in the book. I hope I havent revealed too much. I really like Ethan and Im glad his story turned out well and that I liked his heroine, Beth. She was sweet but strong. Overall, this book was a good read with a loving couple and some hot scenes that kept up a good pace.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 6, 2013
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