Posts Tagged: Mastered Anthology

Mastered Anthology Review: Juicy (Twilight Teahouse #1) by T.J. Michaels

Mastered Anthology Review: Juicy (Twilight Teahouse #1) by T.J. Michaels

  This was a really cute story that I sorta enjoyed. I say “sorta” because too much of the story was taken up by the mental angst of the heroine, Solie, and her issues with her horrible ex. Time and time again – no matter what was happening – the… Read more »

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Mastered Anthology Review: Ink Reunited (Montgomery Ink 0.6) by Carrie Ann Ryan

Mastered Anthology Review: Ink Reunited (Montgomery Ink 0.6) by Carrie Ann Ryan

From the streets of New Orleans and the heat of Midnight Ink, comes the happy ever after for a character whose story was begged to be told. Sassy Bordeaux is the Midnight Ink receptionist, honorary godmother, best friend to many, and matchmaker expert. In the past two months, she’s watched… Read more »

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Mastered Anthology Review: His Secret by Portia Da Costa

Mastered Anthology Review: His Secret by Portia Da Costa

Note: This story has also been published under the title The Retreat. Ben Chambers is the perfect boyfriend, the perfect lover, the perfect man. Sarah adores him, but she knows that despite the deliciousness of their lovemaking, their shared interests, and the fun they have together, there’s a certain special… Read more »

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Mastered Anthology Review:  The Scientific Method (Vampire Queen #10) by Joey W. Hill

Mastered Anthology Review: The Scientific Method (Vampire Queen #10) by Joey W. Hill

    I’ve read two books by Joey W. Hill in the past. Those two books were so well written and so full of emotion that I was a sobbing, snotty, red-faced mess by the time I reached the end. I’m talking the ugly cry. So it made me a… Read more »

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Mastered Anthology Review: Working Out by Marie Harte (DNF)

Mastered Anthology Review: Working Out by Marie Harte (DNF)

An ex-Marine with a kink for dominance, Mac is Maggie’s boss. But Maggie doesn’t seem to realize he’s in charge…until he shows her that Sir is more than a title. It’s a lifestyle that could suit them both. That’s if Maggie sticks around long enough to wear his collar.  … Read more »

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