Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Five years after being kidnapped, Miranda faces an impossible decision: become evil by kidnapping an innocent girl for a sacrificial rite, or allow her captors to murder her. Then she meets Mitch who offers her a way out. Miranda and Mitch must work together to release Miranda from evil’s clutches while testing the Fates to discover if they are mated for life or if Mitch must choose between loving Miranda and becoming head of his coven.
Becoming as intimate as two people can, both mentally and physically, they must learn to trust each other and those around them as they face death while attempting to rescue the young girls Miranda left behind.
When I starting reading this book it took a couple of minutes to fully grasp my attention but after that I could not stop reading this book. The amount of physical and emotional pain that was endured by Miranda had me fisting and my stomach aching of disgust. I felt like I was there for every inch of Miranda’s torment that she went through with her coven. The amount of emotion that she showed to Mitch in not wanting to reveal too much about her coven, I wanted to strangle her and make her talk.
Miranda is an amazing young girl that suffered since she was a teenager not knowing what had become of her life or if she even has one. She has her own personal dilemma that she needs to resolve in one week but can she solve it on her own. I like Miranda because even though she really never learned how to love she has some physical emotions that go through her body when she finds Mitch. There encounter has me laughing at how love at first sight has you literally blind of what is in front of you. Miranda is so strong in not showing her emotions in not showing that she needs help until Mitch shows her how to trust and shows her how to love. That was the best part that no matter what happens in life no matter how much you have suffered there is always someone out there that is willing to help you become someone better and will show you how to love.
Master Me is my first book to Meagan Hills’ writing and I have to hand it to her I loved it. Once you start reading this book you will not want to put it down not even for one minute. And of course I should make mention that even though it has its moments of physical and emotional tarnish it has it moments of intense bliss between Miranda and Mitch. Even with the amount of suffering Miranda went through the sexual hunger is raging out of her for Mitch and nothing is left unexplored.
4 Tea Cups!