Review: Her Master’s Collar by Sara Brookes

Her Master’s Collar by Sara Brookes
Series:  On the Hunt (# 1)
Release Date:  May 1, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Pages: 94
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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The last thing Korene needs in her life is a former Master who abandoned her ten years ago. But when her employees are taken hostage on Mars, she’s forced to work with Roland whether she likes it or not. Sparks fly the moment the perfectly chiseled man saunters into her conference room; a sign their incredible chemistry is still just as potent.

Roland has a job to do, but he struggles with his unrelenting desire for the only woman he ever loved. Seeing the strong-willed Korene on her knees again is enough to shatter Roland’s willpower. And give him a raging hard-on.

Their distracting lust could flame out of control if they aren’t careful.

 

Review: Her Master’s Collar is the first book in the On the Hunt series by Sara Brookes.  This series is a collection of books by different authors.  I chose this book because I have read a few books by Ms. Brookes and I have read one I did not like.  This book is no exception.

Employees that work for Korene are taken hostage so she hires the best to save them.  The fact that the best is here former master does not make her too happy, but she is brave to hire him no matter what her feelings are.

Roland is in love with his last sub and all he wants is for Korene on her knees serving him.  Roland struggles with Korene and how he left her ten years prior.  Its apparent he still loves her but he shattered her trust.

The chemistry between Roland and Korene is explosive.  The sex scenes were blistering.  I loved that Korene even though she was a submissive she did not do what her former master wanted until she thought it threw first.

While I am not normally a fan of sci-fi romance, this one was fabulous.  Ms. Brookes does it again.  Overall, this was a great read.  Now I will be reading the other books in the series.

 

 

Melissa sig