There is a legend that when the Big Ben chimes thirteen times, the lions in Trefalgar Square will come alive to roam the City of London.
Corinne Adler, Night Concierge for the famed Savoy Hotel, knows just how wrong that legend is for each time Big Ben has struck thirteen, demons have tried to escape their prison in another realm. The responsibility of being Guardian of the Tower Clock has fallen to her, a duty which her family has served for almost two centuries.
Eddy Chastain is the last of the reoccurring characters in the erotic romance novels written by Sage Matthews. He is a hacker extraordinaire and prefers to remain deep with the pages of Sage's books. But there is something about the Night Concierge of the Savoy that haunts him… a memory of sorts from a man whose creator never gave him much of a backstory.
When the stars align to cause Big Ben to strike thirteen, Corinne knows she and the lions must defeat the demons and keep the city safe. But the veil has become strained and the demons more clever. Can Eddy come to Corinne's aid and keep the forces of evil at bay?
Welcome to the opulent world of the Masters of the Savoy, where the men and women might be a little different - more than human. The men appeared out of nowhere one day determined to grab life and look for love. But watch out ... you never know what darkness lurks in the shadows.
Author Note: Bound is a mystery romance with steamy heat in and out of the bedroom for mature readers only. Each book in the series is standalone with no cliffhanger endings.
Books in the series:
Eddy’s and Corrine
Another fantastic story in The Master of The Savoy! These books so far have been a total blast. Being set in this type of Paranormal Romannce, has been such a ride! Bound has Courage, Fate, Evil/Light, Spanking, Steamy, Love is had by all. Corrine is the night concierge of the long standing Savoy. Eddy is the last of the main characters in Sage’s long running series of romance novels, to pierce the veil and becomes sentient in this side of the world.Their fates must are meant to be intertwined. Or does Corrine think it’s all not real? This is sooo good. No Cliffhangers and a HEA. Can’t get enough of these characters.
I reviewed an advanced copy of this book.