Master of the Opera, Act 5: A Haunting Duet
Author: Jeffe Kennedy
Release Date: 6 March 2014
In the fifth erotically charged installment of Jeffe Kennedy's scorching Master of the Opera, a daring young woman follows her reckless desire for the perfect lover—to the point of no return. . .
He is more than just the man of her dreams. He is the master of her destiny. A mysterious masked stranger who haunts the darkened tunnels beneath the Sante Fe Opera House, the Master is like no other lover Christy has ever known. He has lured the beautiful intern to the very brink of ecstacy—and beyond. He has pushed the boundaries of her sensuality and tested the limits of her passion. But now the Master wants more. If Christy accepts his challenge, she must be willing to go further than she's ever gone. She must surrender to his every desire. She must submit to his every command. She must expose herself body and soul—or bear the scars of a broken heart forever. . .
Tonight is the night she must make a choice: to free herself from one man's obsession. . .or bind herself to him for life.
There are a lot of elements in this story now as Christy struggles to free herself from Ramon's grip and unravel the mystery behind the attacks. All the while, she's trying to figure out how it all links to the Master and his imprisonment.
Apart from the bizarre opening scene, I feel like we're finally getting close to finding answers and no doubt everything will be revealed in the next and final installment. I'll definitely be seeing this through to the finale, but I could do without sex scenes involving bears and magic knives.
*I received a review copy form the publisher, for my honest opinion. Thank you!