She wants a short, sweet Master. One Master.
The two devastatingly dominant Drago cousins have other ideas.
Her life destroyed by a stalker, Uzuri Cheval starts anew in Tampa and joins the exclusive Shadowlands club. Unconvinced of her claims that she can overcome her fear of big men without help, Master Z gives her a time limit. And she is improving--until she hears the stalker is out of prison. Now her time limit is up, and the Masters will intervene, which is okay--as long as whoever helps her is short. Okay, sweet and gentle would be good, too.
But two Doms? Dangerously experienced and dauntingly powerful cousins? No way.
Having volunteered in every hellhole in the world, Dr. Alastair Drago is ready to settle down. Detective Max Drago has joined him and, once again, the cousins share everything. A house, lives, problems…and whatever submissive catches their interest. One mischievous submissive has definitely caught Alastair’s. However, having been burned by a woman, Max remains detached…until little mischief’s troubles turn deadly.
Mischief and the Masters is the latest book in the bestselling Masters of the Shadowlands series. If you enjoy edgy ménage and dominance spiced with humor and suspense, you’ll love Cherise Sinclair’s latest romance.
This book had it all… Another great addition in one of my all time favorite series!!
~ SnS Reviews
The Last Trainee Falls
The Shadowlands, home of some of the most handsome and powerful masters in literary BDSM history. I’d have to think if the Shadowlands were an actual place, this subbie would probably faint in the lobby. Though I for sure would give anything to be a Shadowkitten, lucky ladies!
It’s hard to believe that we are already on book 12 of this series. I remember when Jessica first met Master Z and he had to help her out in the shower. That book resonated to me, spoke to me, and became a life changer. Since then, I’ve enjoyed every book Cherise has put out, that includes the Doms of Dark Haven and the Mountain Masters. If I had to pick my favorites, it would definitely have to be Master Z, Master Nolan, and Master Xavier.
But now, we finally get to Uzuri’s book. She was one of the original members of the training program, and the last subbie standing. The rest of the trainees all finding their masters. But we all knew the prankster who put plastic bugs in Mistress Anne’s locker and fooled with toy bags galore had issues big enough to fill a comic book store. So Master Z, the father figure of all subbies has decided the time has come for her to face her demons.
Uzuri doesn’t like big, powerful doms, but she ends up telling Max Drago, one of them, her past. His cousin, Dr Alistair Drago wants her, but Max isn’t sure. It takes Max some time, but both he and Alistair decide to take on Uzuri to see if they can help her.
I was blown away by the lessons of tolerance, strength, learning how to lean on others, and love. Again and again, her doms come up with scenes that integrate these lessons with hot and steamy sex, the way only Cherise can do it!
I was also hanging on by the seat of my pants when Uzuri’s past came back to involve not only her, but cause severe problems for one of the Shadowlands members. These books truly get better every time and I’m excited to see what she comes out with next!
I loved it
One thing that I really love is how Cherise took a series and turned into a family of characters that every time I read the next novel it feels like coming home to friends. I love the little glimpses of their lives we get in every book and Andrea and Cullen in this book was magic.
Uzuri is such a complex character, fun a charismatic yet caring and submissive with a mischievous streak a mile long. Yet, she has to work through a pretty horrific past trauma. The Dragon Dom’s are her perfect match and counterpoint. The three of them just fit together perfectly. And let me fan myself now but the chain scene! OMG! Scorching!
With the prefect mix of suspense, erotica, BDSM, and romance, Mischief and the Masters is a fantastic addition to this series that I love....Sara
Once again I felt like I was visiting friends. You can feel the love and passion in the writing that Cherise Sinclair brings. The storyline is always amazing, the characters.. felt true. I just truly enjoy reading her books.