Publication date: May 31st, 2014.
Format: Kindle, 159 pages.
Synopsis: Mackenzie Reed.
Captivating and intelligent.
His desire for her is all consuming. The need to own her, to make her his … unprecedented.
Their powerful attraction cannot be denied.
He promised never to lie to her, but what if telling the truth prevents him from getting what he wants?
He’s determined to keep her, whatever the cost.
Please Note: This is the 3rd novella of the series and they do need to be read in order. Mature 18+ readers only. It contains explicit sex scenes including BDSM type scenarios
My review: Well, well, well. I was a little apprehensive going into this instalment after the ending of Eraser Blue, however, I am prepared to eat my words and eat them I shall.
Once again this instalment was a direct follow-on from Eraser Blue, merging the instalments seamlessly into what could one day be a very good novella on its own rather than a serial.
This follows Mack and Sir – no name as yet – on their building relationship. This one is another type with a short build up however, this one has the benefit you could say as having a background checked out before they jump headfirst. At least on Sir’s part.
Mack, understandably, is quite confused by the whole situation but she still gives it a shot rather than running away at the slightest hiccup. For that I give her character props.
I had thought that this instalment would be sexy as sin but what I really enjoyed is finding out a bit more about Sir. Finding out a bit about how his mind works and how he is having some difficulty figuring out what it is he wants from Mack and I think that’s brilliant.
All too often I read more about the woman in romance novels and I would like to read more from the males point of view. I know the majority of male characters are written by women but if a man actually thinks like that and isn’t afraid to admit he’s afraid. Brilliant.
The writing was well done, with no noticeable mistakes; dialogue is good and flows well with the prose. The plot is flowing nicely and I haven’t felt the need to stop reading, bring on the next instalment.
At the end, we have a sneak peek of a potential identity of Sir. I’m looking forward to finding out if that is true or not.
I enjoyed Eraser Lilac (Eraser #3) a lot and I look forward to following Mack and Sir’s story further.
My rating: 4 stars