Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Book Review: Mischief and the Masters by Cherise Sinclair

Mischief and the Masters (Masters of the Shadowlands, #12)
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.


Finally, Uzuri’s story! I could not wait for Uzuri to find a Dom of her own. She not only found one but two Doms, the Drago Doms who are also cousins. 
Uzuri is one of the Shadow Kittens and who began in the training program. She is a prankster with a secret. It’s been two years since she’s joined the Shadowlands club and her time is up. Uzuri’s given an ultimatum to find a Dom and confess her secrets or to confess to Master Z.  She chooses a new Dom on the block to share her secrets hoping he won't push her. To her surprise he's nothing but all Dom and has her telling him her scariest secrets. 

Uzuri's fear of taller men stem from her past relationship.She moved to Tampa to escape from her stalker/ex-boyfriend. When the Drago cousins are tasked with helping Uzuri overcome her insecurities they discover that they are in for more than they expected.

Uzuri's story moves from heartache to empowering. I love Uzuri's strength. She has to learn to over come her past in so many ways. You don't want to miss out on Andrea and Master Cullen's wedding. I cried straight through. Master Z is back to matchmaking and looking after his family. There's so much to love in Mischief and the Masters!

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