Review: Training the Master by Ann Jacobs

Training the Master by Ann Jacobs
Series: Pleasure Partners (# 7)
Release Date: November 9, 2011
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 51
Source:  Publisher

Pearl wants constant sexual pleasure, so she’s mated with Pak Lin, master maker of sexbots that are almost indistinguishable from humans. But she soon learns she wants more—some emotion, some human caring—from her mate, who seems about as cold as the sexbots who served as his groomsmen. Lin seems incapable of any emotion.Pearl knows she has little hope of ever meaning more to Lin than a convenient receptacle for his lust. She must lure him, seduce him—make him burn with desire for her alone. She must teach him how to love.Reader Advisory: This book offers an erotic, explicit public sex scene and male/male play with the Alpha Male sexbots.

Publisher’s Note: The books in the Pleasure Partners series originally comprised the Luna Ten Chronicles and Obsidion Chronicles series, and were previously published elsewhere. Each book has evolved through extensive lengthening and revision for Ellora’s Cave to provide a consistent and hopefully enjoyable reading experience. This book was previously titled Obsidion Chronicles: Pearl of Passion.


Review:  This isn’t the first book I’ve read from this author. In fact one of the reasons I chose it was because I’ve read her books before and I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed.

I was right. The story starts out with a bang and just keeps on hitting all the right buttons and making me want to read more. If I had to complain about anything it would be the length. I wanted more of this story.

The heroine knew what she wanted and how she wanted it. She even went so far as to go and get what she wanted.  It was nice to see a hero who was struggling with his feelings and a heroine who pursued the emotional side from the hero. Pearl and Pak Lin are two very likable characters. I am going to go back and read the rest of the series as I want to know the following stories.

Well done Ann Jacobs. I will be adding your books to my TBR.



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