“Growing up with a drug dealer and a whore was
never easy. I saw things that a child should never see. I felt things as a
teenager that one should never feel and there are things that I heard that one
should never hear. I was grateful when Sailor saved my life.”
determined to get away and become someone else after her tragic childhood.
Become someone people would fear. Become invincible. Incredible. Painful.
Harmful. Playful. Dangerous……..
breaks the law in her adopted club, she is sent to trial where the jury demands
obedience, training, and a punishment she will never forget. They force her to
become a submissive to none other than Hunter Ford, Master of Masters and
Mistresses Palace, the most notorious BDSM club in the city.
wanted by all and feared by many. He’s dark, dangerous, and sexy as sin. He’s
the master. When he is handed a Switch to play with and teach, he thinks life
couldn’t get much easier. How wrong he was. His life was about to get
has thirty days to make Kat obey him, respect him, want him, and kneel to him.
Hunter’s methods are savage, sexy, and mind blowing. The feelings between this
Dom and sub are never meant to be anything more than pleasure and pain. But
when you mix pleasure, lies, and an earth shattering need there are arousing
yet devastating consequences.
Hunter let his guard down? Can the Master be mastered? Or, will Kat give up
control after her moment of clarity? Can Hunter succeed and punish her into
I honestly couldn't put
this book down until I finished it. Each page left me wanting to know what
Hunter is the ultimate
sexy and domineering GOD, who will leave you wanting more on many occasions!!!
and Kat...hear me roar...is witty, sexy, super strong and never fails to speak
her mind, who happens to be a Mistress herself only to be forced into serving a
sentence of submission.
This story is super intense
and has a great story line. There is heartbreak, Betrayal, abuse, violence, and
friendship, and it also offers some unexpected twists and turns. The ending has
a cliff hanger but it is not too bad, it just leaves you wanting more.
I did have one real
problem with this book and that is that there are a few grammatical errors,
which I understand the author is not from the U.S. but my advice is to find
some new readers, or an editor that can catch these issues….this book would
have received a 5 star rating if it were not for that issue.