Master of the Opera, Act 4: Dark Interlude [NOOK Book]

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In the fourth fiery installment of Jeffe Kennedy’s scintilliating Master of the Opera, a woman surrenders—body and soul—to the one man who is everything she desires, everything she craves, and, possibly, everything she fears…

Reeling from the discovery of a dead body in the Sante Fe Opera House, intern Christy Davis is forced to reassess the strange, erotically-charged relationship she’s forged with the mysterious masked man who lives in the labrynths below. Could her masterful ...

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Master of the Opera, Act 4: Dark Interlude

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Overview

In the fourth fiery installment of Jeffe Kennedy’s scintilliating Master of the Opera, a woman surrenders—body and soul—to the one man who is everything she desires, everything she craves, and, possibly, everything she fears…

Reeling from the discovery of a dead body in the Sante Fe Opera House, intern Christy Davis is forced to reassess the strange, erotically-charged relationship she’s forged with the mysterious masked man who lives in the labrynths below. Could her masterful lover be capable of murder, and worse? Perhaps it was the thrill of danger that drew Christy to him in the first place—like a moth to the flame—instead of a more conventional romance with the opera house’s handsome benefactor, Roman. For the sake of her sanity, she must at least give Roman a chance. But for the love of her master, she must give in to every wild fantasy, every wicked game, and every whim he commands…

Is Christy prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice? To surrender her heart, her soul, her everything? First she must acknowlege the truth: a woman in love can serve only one master…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781601831590
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 2/20/2014
  • Series: Master of the Opera , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 146,330
  • File size: 490 KB

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  • Posted February 24, 2014

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    Review: Master of the Opera, Act 4: Dark Interlude

    Master of the Opera, ACT 4: Dark Interlude by Jeffe Kennedy is the fourth book in her Master of the Opera serialized novel series.

    This just got serious. Not that Carla being attacked and Tara murdered wasn't serious, but the level of intensity has ratcheted up a ridiculous amount. Roman is getting very pushy and intense and Christy isn't sure how to deal with it. There's something that she keeps picking up on from him that is just this side of scary and off.

    The Master is also a suspect in the attack on Carla. Christy doesn't truly think it's him but doubts her reasoning behind this belief in his innocence. She is starting to doubt her own sanity even. Thank goodness for her best friend Hally and her ability to remain stable and supportive.

    The steam level in this book is practically non-existent, but the intriguing plot twists and developments that take place make this an integral part of the tale and a thoroughly enjoyable read.

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  • Posted February 20, 2014

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    Umm... I'm... well... I need Act 5 as much as I need to breathe

    Umm... I'm... well... I need Act 5 as much as I need to breathe right now! I LOVE THIS! 

    Christy, Christine, Christy! What in the world is wrong with you girl! Hally needs to slap you and knock some sense into that dense skull of yours. 

    Also, when you have a weird and creepy feeling from a guy and his entire family you need to trust your gut on that. I mean, I was picking up on American Psycho or Silence of the Lambs type stuff. 

    OH.. EM.. GEE! Roman! I just cant say anything except... he takes his douchebaggery to new levels. I will punch you in the throat if you speak for me and make decisions on my behalf. I am an adult capable of making complicated decisions and thinking for myself. 

    Roman tries to guilt trip Christy and tries to make her believe that the cops are looking at her as a the prime suspect in Tara's death and Carla's beating at the Opera House. Butt Pulg! 

    We didn't really get to see a lot of Master in this one. I'm just dying over here! I need something.... I want more Master! 

    Overall, this book is fantastic and the series is seriously rocking my face off right now. Even though there is no sex, I'm totally fine with that... for now. So far Master of the Opera, ACT 3: Phantom Serenade is the only one that has any sort of kinky anything. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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