Decadent… Sensual… Forbidden…
12 Masters. 12 Desires. 12 Fantasies Come to Life.
Meet the Masters of Blasphemy…
About MASTERING HER SENSES (Blasphemy #2, 2/21/17):
12 Masters. Infinite fantasies. Welcome to Blasphemy…
He wants to dominate her senses—and her heart…
Quinton Ross has always been a thrill-seeker—so it’s no surprise that he’s drawn to extremes in the bedroom and at his BDSM club, Blasphemy, where he creates sense-depriving scenarios that blow submissives’ minds. Now if he could just find one who needs the rush as much as him…
When an accident leaves Cassia Locke with a paralyzing fear of the dark, she’ll try anything to get help. Ready to fight, she knows just who to ask for help—the hard-bodied, funny-as-hell Dom she’d always crushed on—and once stood up.
Quinton is shocked and a little leery to see Cassia, but he can’t pass up the chance to dominate the alluring little sub this time. Introducing her to sensory deprivation becomes his new favorite obsession, and watching her fight fear is its own thrill. But when doubt threatens to send her running again, Quinton must find a way to master her senses—and her heart.
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Laura is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of thirty books in contemporary and erotic romance and romantic suspense, including the Blasphemy, Hard Ink, and Raven Riders series. Growing up, Laura’s large extended family believed in the supernatural, and family lore involving angels, ghosts, and evil-eye curses cemented in Laura a life-long fascination with storytelling and all things paranormal. Laura also writes historical fiction as the NYT bestselling author, Laura Kamoie. She lives in Maryland with her husband and two daughters, and appreciates her view of the Chesapeake Bay every day.
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For the most part, I have really enjoyed the Blasphemy series to this point, but my main complaint about them has always been that they are entirely too short. This book marks the first time that the story has suffered for that brevity.
The conflicts in this story felt entirely too manufactured! They resolved too easily, too pat, and didn’t really impact the relationship between Cassia and Quinton. Likewise, Cassia’s phobia really didn’t impact her as much as I was expecting it too, and even that was resolved too quickly for my tastes!
I liked Cassia and Quinton as characters, but again, with the brevity of the book, we don’t get much growth of their relationship there. I also liked how we got to see more of the evolution of Griffin and Kenna’s relationship.
Overall, the writing is good and the story plenty steamy, so it is worth recommending with a side of caution about the shortness of the book.
3 stars out of 5