Master of the Mountain

    • 4.4 • 194 Ratings
    • $3.99
    • $3.99

Publisher Description

[[ Reprint ]] When Rebecca’s lover talks her into a mountain lodge vacation with his swing club, she soon learns she’s not cut out for playing musical beds. But with her boyfriend “entertaining” in their cabin, she has nowhere to sleep. Logan, the lodge owner, finds her freezing on the porch. After hauling her inside, he warms her in his own bed, and there the experienced Dominant discovers that Rebecca might not be a swinger…but she is definitely a submissive.

Rebecca knows that no one can love her plump, scarred body. But, to her surprise, Logan disagrees and is quite happy to show her just how much he enjoys her curves. Under his skilled hands, Rebecca loses not only her inhibitions, but also her heart.

Damaged from the war, Logan considers himself too dangerous to be around the enticing little sub. He sends her away for her own safety, not realizing she thinks she’s been rejected because of her size. When Logan’s mountains echo with her voice long after she’s gone, he knows she’s left behind part of herself—and taken his heart. But when he arrives in the city to reclaim her, Rebecca’s phone has been disconnected and her apartment is empty…

Fiction & Literature
August 5
VanScoy Publishing Group
VanScoy Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

Yazz4747 ,

I relate to Becca

This is another amazing story of two people finding each other and trying to get past everything to be together. It made me cry and laugh. And got me so Hot!!! OMG this woman knows how to make sex sound yummy.
Love this series also. I have read all the books in it so far 2 times each.

Jennifer James :) ,


Definitely a re-read. I can’t get enough of Sinclair’s books. The love scenes deepen the relationship and the depths of character’s motivations, fears, hopes.....I’m looking forward to learning more about the secondary characters and seeing what trouble Thor gets into in future books

Bumbleborder ,

3.5 stars

3.5 stars.

I'm glad I read the reviews on this book AFTER I read it. First, I'm trying to catch up on all of Cherise Sinclair's books as I really enjoyed her Sons of the Survivalist series. Second, I can see where readers who involve themselves in the world of BDSM can find plenty of instances to argue whether or not Ms. Sinclair is adhering to the many rules and regulations that protect its members from irreversible harm, but really. This story isn't a manual of BDSM behavior, and I can hardly say that everyone commenting have been adhering to these rules relentlessly. (I mean, who even can say they follow the Ten Commandments to the letter, or even the pagan morality code of "Do no harm."?) This isn't the proper channel to address these concerns. This is just a book, folks. She's tried to insert a disclaimer at the.very beginning. That's one of the reasons why I would never write a BDSM story because I doubt my stories would want to adhere to the rules. That's usually what a writer does to inject excitement in a story.

Now having said that, my comments will be regarding the story itself, not about BDSM.

Having read the first four of her Masters of Shadowlands series (about a BDSM sex club), I am definitely seeing similarities in writing to the point that I have become quite bored with the sex scenes. I spent more time skimming through these parts just to get to the non-sexual segments where the story resumes. (I mean, it's like being one of Eva Gabor's sixth or seventh husband on. your wedding night. You know how to do it, but how do you make it interesting?) I'm already at that level. One wonders if some of the violations of the rules of BDSM may have been done to do just that (the wedding night homage, I mean). So I am rather hesitant to consider the next book because it's only 108+ pages and $2.99 and not on KU. Once I skip over all the sex scenes, what else will be left?

Logan and Rebecca are sympathetic characters. In a large crowd, it seems I could recognize Logan far more quickly than I could Rebecca. My problem is that I now see a similarity between the majority of Sinclair's alpha males. (Master Z and Cullen in the Shadowlands series are the exceptions.) So are they ALL going to be like that? I would hope not, or it'll get even more boring sooner rather than later. Not worth the ticket price.

I really felt the crisp cold environment of the lodge which was the primary location of the book. My problem is that though I could easily identify with the lodge itself, I couldn't "feel" its GPS location. Otherwise, I was quite impressed with most of her exposition.

I found the POV to bounce around like a ping pong ball. There wasn't enough division between POVs, and I found myself mistaking one's POV with another and had to go back and double-check myself. Aggravating. That's one of the reasons for the 0.5 star given.

I'm not positive if I want to read Book #2 yet. That's depend on the mood as well as my budget because the cost per page is rather high.

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