Sunday, January 2, 2011

Master of the Abyss by Cherise Sinclair

Master of the Abyss   Master of the Abyss

Product Description

Genre: BDSM Suspense
Related Books: Master of the Mountain and Simon Says: Mine, part of the Doms of Dark Haven Anthology

On the mountain, the watcher seeks out evil women. And then they die.

Two years ago, when Jake Hunt uncollared his slave, she committed suicide. Guilt-ridden, he will commit to a woman for one night only, devoting his energy to a mountain lodge that caters to a BDSM crowd.

Kallie Masterson is tough. Unwanted as a child, she worked hard to become a wilderness guide. She’s proud of who she is, and hurt that Jake frowns on her for acting like a man.

After rescuing the macho guide from a bar fight, Jake is stunned that the ugly men’s clothing hides a warm, responsive woman. A submissive woman. When guide business brings her to the lodge on BDSM night, and she is obviously aroused by the play, Jake takes the little sub right into his world of pain and pleasure. He warns her: one night only. But she responds so beautifully -- so joyously -- under his command, that one night soon becomes two, then three...

Then a missing hiker reminds Jake of his past lover, and he realizes he’s become too involved. He pulls back.

Meanwhile, the watcher on the mountain has rendered his verdict: Kallie Masterson is evil. The sentence: Death.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, BDSM theme and elements, exhibitionism, violence, voyeurism.

What can I say about this book other than it was an absolutely fantastic read.  I really liked the characters.  The depths of their fears and wants, the way they came alive on the pages.  It was a wonderful story that kept me on the edge of my seat and I couldn't stop turning the pages.

Kallie and Jake were two excellent characters that tugged at your heat and mind.  The fears, the hopes, the wants of these people, their desire to care, to protect others, their vulnerability was so touching.  I couldn't help but get wrapped up in their lives, their experiences.  After reading, Master of the Mountain it was almost a given for me that I would like this book but once I got into the story it was such a unique experience.  The tears, the laughter, it was the kind of book that pulled you in and made you feel what the characters were feeling.  Wonderful reading and one I highly recommend.

1 comment:

  1. Skip, I'm delighted you liked the book. Thank you so much for the awesome review!