Master of the House

Master of the House

by Justine Elyot
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Master of the House by Justine Elyot

Journalist Lucy Miles returns home to her sleepy rural village to chase a potentially career changing story. But after being reunited with the boy who broke her heart, Lucy soon realises that its her own feelings that are under investigation.Lucy Miles is resigned to covering stories for the local newspaper and sharing a flat with her hippy mother, until her first love reappears.She should know better than to trust Joss Lethbridge, even if he is a Lord these days, but he has an intriguing proposition for her and the temptation to land the biggest scoop the Vale of Tylney has ever seen proves too much for her. As does his invitation to rekindle a passion that will set alight her submissive fantasies and untie his dominant tastes.But for how long can playing roles remain pretence before their games become an emotional connection?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780007579495
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 05/29/2014
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 154
Sales rank: 1,012,763
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Justine Elyot is the author of the bestselling erotic novels On Demand and The Business of Pleasure, as well as enough short stories to fill several anthologies. She can be found on Twitter @Justine Elyot and sharing the wealth on facebook Full blow-by-blow details of her goings-on can be found at her website:

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Master of the House 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Master of the House, Justine Elyot Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews I've never read any of Justine's novels ( so many books, so little time...) but knew she wrote erotica, and I do love that genre so thought this would be a good choice. I was right, its a great read, well written, sexy and with a good back-story. That's essential to me, I don't want just sex sex sex but a solid plot behind it. So Lucy, after a relationship breakup she's back in her home town, living with her hippy mum and mum's boyfriend animal. Says it all...She's struggling, working for the local newspaper, covering town council meetings and fête openings is hard after being a respected political journalist in Hungary. Still, its work and she can find her way back if she sticks it out and waits for the right opening. Then she learns that a) something strange is going on periodically at the local Hall, and b) her nemesis Joss, is now Lord of said Hall after the death of his father and is back in residence. I loved Lucy and her hippy mum. Joss too – we first see him as a real jerk, a nasty bully, then once he and Lucy are together again we start to learn more about him and a different side is revealed. Lucy has worked hard to get where she is, her mum is lovely but a bit dippy and seems to spend a lot of time smoking weed....and it sounds as if she has always been like that even when Lucy was a child. A kind of role reversal with Lucy being the responsible one and mum being the child. I enjoyed the way the story bounced from present to past and then back again. Sometimes that doesn't work for me, when its for long sections of a novel, I get so engrossed then have to reset my mind to a different time but here its fairly brief, a chapter or so in the past then back to the main story of the present, and what Joss and Lucy are doing. There are some very hot and sensual interludes, fun D/s stuff and its fits well within the story. I thought I’d worked out what was going to happen, it seemed to be taking a predictable route towards the end and then... it went totally in a different direction and totally surprised me :-) I love that, when a story diverges and catches me out. Makes it so much more interesting. Its a reasonable length to let the story be told properly at around 200 pages. Good stories need at least that to really get me engrossed. Stars: Four. A fun read, hot and sexy, spicy and erotic. I'll certainly look out for more of Justine's writing. Arc supplied via Netgalley