On Friday evening, I received an email from my publisher telling me Publishers Weekly had reviewed THE MASTER and gave it a starred review. I don’t think I moved for several seconds, then I ran down the stairs, scaring the dogs, and getting odd looks from my kids, to tell Mr Sue Me.
He was excited as I was (once I was able to form the words) and he asked, “What did they say about it?”
It was then I realized I hadn’t actually read the review. “Hold on,” I said. “Let me read it.”
Getting a starred review from PW was one of those dreams I had that I didn’t tell anyone about. I mean, really, me? Half the time I feel like I don’t know what the hell I’m doing. The other half, I’m just hoping no one else figures out that I don’t know what I’m doing.
But in all seriousness, THE MASTER is my favorite of all the Submissive books. I knew I when I first wrote Sasha and Cole in SEDUCED BY FIRE, that their story would be fun and heartbreaking and sexy and All Good Things. I had such a blast writing THE MASTER. When I finished, I hoped beyond hope that people would love it as much as I did.
I wish it was February already, I can’t wait to share Cole and Sasha’s story with you!
She’s ready to try again. . . .
Sasha Blake is scarred from a BDSM session gone wrong, but she can’t deny how much a strong Master turns her on. Determined to overcome her fears and rejoin the Partners in Play community, she asks Abby and Nathaniel West to set her up with a Dom who can help her feel safe again as a sub. They know the very experienced Cole is exactly the kind of man who can push all of Sasha’s buttons—and she soon wants to go much faster than she had planned. . . .
Cole knows that Sasha is not the kind of submissive he needs. He wants someone who will serve him 24-7, not a part-time partner. Still, the further they go into their play, the more Cole begins to wish he could make Sasha his all the time. . . .
When forbidden desires turn into scorching action, Sasha and Cole come face-to-face with their demons—and realize their scorching relationship might be too dangerous to last. . . .