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Sara's Review: Master of Solitude (Mountain Masters & Dark Haven #8) by Cherise Sinclair


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PUBLISHER: VanScoy Publishing Group

RELEASED: May 23, 2017

GENRE: contemporary, romance, suspense

LENGTH: 316 pages

FORMAT: ebook, paperback

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Since childhood, Mallory McCabe has dreamed of falling in love with a hero. And then one saves her life. He’s honest…and blunt. Deadly, but filled with pain. Overpowering, yet ever so gentle with her. Oh yes, she’s found her hero. Taking him to her bed is simply…right. As is losing her heart. How could she have known he’d want nothing more to do with her? His indifference hurts. She vows to forget him…then he buys the land next to hers. Released early from prison, all Sawyer Ware wants is to put his life back together. His police detective brother houses him while he makes plans. But when a violent gang targets his brother, Sawyer puts his future on hold. He’ll have to take on the gang first. After a decade as a Navy SEAL, he won’t–can’t–walk away if someone he loves is threatened. His mission is likely to prove bloody. He sure can’t afford to get involved with a woman, especially his captivating neighbor. He hungers to be near her, to enjoy her clear laugh, her easy friendship, and the peace she brings wherever she goes. A relationship is absolutely out of the question. Why won’t his heart obey orders?

FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS

I have the weirdest thing to complain about in this book and it’s more due to my lack of memory or for the fact that I just read too darn many books. I love that Cherise likes to give us little tidbits on what is going on in all the past characters’ lives, however, I forget who is who and what happened to whom. I know, I am bad. I need a flow chart. I am big on charts, or spreadsheets, I’ll make one.

That said I really enjoyed Master of Solitude, it took me a minute to remember who Sawyer was, yes I know, again I am bad. And I loved that Cherise wrote Mallory to be a normal everyday woman who doesn’t have a damaged past. I also liked how she showed that Dom’s can’t read their subs minds and they have to figure things out on the way. She also wrote how a backup person should be used. Cherise is the only author I have read that does this. It makes her characters more real and relatable.

Cherise continues to be one of my favorite authors. I love reading everything she publishes and I can’t wait for the next story. I devoured Master of Solitude in a single sitting, I thoroughly enjoyed it and I am giving it 4 Boundless Stars


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