Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Book review - Playing Hard To Master by Sparrow Beckett (BDSM romance)5stars

Playing Hard To Master by Sparrow Beckett
BDSM romance 
5/5 stars 


Pleasure and pain once again intertwine in the second installment of Sparrow Beckett’s Masters Unleashed series, following Finding Master Right.

Known as a brat in the kink community, Everly can intimidate even the most experienced Dom. Then she meets Ambrose, a dominant who finds her ways amusing. Not only does he charm the pants off her, he makes her crave his mastery.

After being abandoned by his submissive, Ambrose has avoided any serious connections—until he meets Everly, who refuses to be ignored. But just when he thinks he’s found the perfect sub, he finds out she’s an anti-poverty activist with harsh opinions about the rich. Telling her he’s wealthy will ruin everything, but he can’t collar her with a huge lie hanging over them.

Will the best thing that’s ever happened to him walk away when she finds out the truth?


I've been looking forward to reading this book as I loved the first book in the series, and I loved this one even more. The main characters were charismatic and their chemistry together was fantastic. There was also an interesting storyline, some great humour and plenty of emotion. It all came together to make a book that I just couldn't put down, it was a real winner for me.

We met Ambrose in the first book and I really liked him then - well now I absolutely love him, I fell for him hook, line and sinker. He was hurt by his last submissive and has avoided commitment since then. When he meets Everly he has finally found someone that interests him in starting a relationship. Everly is a bratty submissive that scares off every Dom she meets, but Ambrose enjoys her behaviour and earns her submission. There's one big problem though - Ambrose knows that Everly hates rich people so he hides the fact that he's super rich from her. Can their relationship really work with such a big secret between them?

This is such a great read, I felt really connected to the characters and wanted their relationship to succeed. There were times that I was shouting at both of them though - at Everly for being so stubbornly prejudiced against wealthy people, and at Ambrose for telling such elaborate lies! I wanted to bang their heads together at times, as they were perfect for each other but were messing everything up. Overall this was a really enjoyable book that gets five big stars.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.

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