Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Make Me, Sir

Title: Make Me, Sir
Author: Cherise Sinclair
Publisher: Loose Id
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ISBN: 978-1-60737-942-3
Genre: {M/F}, BDSM, Suspense
Rating: Golden Blush Award
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Amazon Nymph

Gabrielle’s (Gabi) friend is kidnapped by human traffickers so Gabi volunteers to be used as a decoy by the FBI. Gabi is one of four women undercover at various BDSM clubs throughout the Tampa area. She is assigned as a trainee to Master Marcus at Shadowlands, though Marcus is upset because he has no say about it and is unaware of Gabi’s exact status.

I have to say that Make Me, Sir is, by far, the best of the Masters of the Shadowlands series and that is saying something, as I have really enjoyed reading the series. Not only has Ms. Sinclair combined a very good suspense thriller with an interesting story about two people wrestling with their feelings, she keeps you on an emotional rollercoaster as you read about Gabi and Marcus. There are also secondary stories about some of the previous characters that will not detract if you haven’t read any before this.

The sparks fly between Marcus and Gabi and even though Gabi is a natural submissive, she constantly acts out, due to her undercover role. Marcus had a bad experience with a bratty sub in the past and is beside himself when he realizes he is attracted to Gabi. Gabi is also very insecure about her sexuality, though she is a wonderful victim’s advocate for the FBI and not an agent, which causes no small amount of problems for her backup.

As this story progresses, you will not want to put this one down. I am one of those that will get so engrossed in some stories that as soon as I finish it, I want to immediately go back and read parts of it again right away. This was one of those stories. I am also waiting impatiently for stories about Masters Roaul and Sam as they played a small, very important part toward the end. Ms. Sinclair again gets kudos about how she weaves the safety rules for submissives throughout the story. Make Me, Sir is one for the bookshelves.

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