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Monday, October 10, 2011

Mistress's Master - Jayne Rylon - Review

Jayne Rylon does it again with the 
"Men in Blue" series

It all started with Night is Darkest, then continued with Razor's Edge

Night is Darkest (Men in Blue,...  Razor's Edge (Men in Blue, #2)

 Now we have Mistress's Master
Mistress's Master (Men in Blue,# 3)
Nothing can bring her to her knees—except a dose of her own medicine.

Mistress Lily, proprietress of the elite Black Lily club, battles something more frightening than the dark forces of her own desire. SexOffender, a potent aphrodisiac designer drug with terrifying side effects, is ripping through the BDSM community.

Determined to protect her charges, Lily plays a dangerous game, cozying up to the drug’s creator while secretly smuggling victims to safety. It’s a war she’s losing…until the night she spots an undercover cop at what is supposed to be a private bash.

Blind luck scored Jeremy Radisson the break he needed to get close to Morselli. Gaining the kingpin’s trust, though, means revealing parts of his past as a legendary Dom. And teaming up with a woman who doesn’t have a submissive bone in her body, yet dominates his every fantasy.

When Morselli unexpectedly changes the rules, Lily and Jeremy find themselves pitted against each other in a wicked game of who’s-on-top. Lily’s forced to make a desperate choice to prove her loyalty. Jeremy relies on every ounce of his power to keep her safe without blowing their cover while praying they survive long enough to find out if she’ll kneel for him…forever.

Product Warnings
Buckle up! This book is a one-way ticket to Dir-tay Town. Stops along the way include Massive Ménage Village, Sex Machine Square and Fisting City. What else would you expect from an experienced Mistress and the Master who tames her?


I have been a huge fan of Jayne Rylon since April 2010, when I picked up Dream Machine.

After that book I quickly began reading as much as I could from Jayne (after looking at my buy list, it seems I bought four more of hers books that first week).

Now, book #3 in her Men in Blue series has released and I, once again, am amazed by her. Jayne Rylan has definitely outdone herself with this one! She constantly is pushing boundaries in her books and I can't seem to stop myself from reading.

One of the things I love about Jayne Rylon's books is...they start off where the last one left off. So, in Mistress's Master it starts off with Lily still trying to find out where and who is distributing Sex Offender -the most potent sex drug. Lily has gotten herself into a position with Morselli that could help her find out who and where this drug is being made and distributed by, but it's dangerous ... too dangerous for Jeremy.

Jeremy has had a thing for Lily for awhile now, but isn't sure that his Dom tendencies could handle such a non-submissive woman like Lily, but still he craves her. He knows there is no way he can let her do this on her own so he decides he will find a way to get close to Morselli, and gain entrance to his sex games. Jeremy is very convincing as a Dom (which he is - all the way) that Morselli invites him into his secret sex games.
Once everyone is in Morselli's house things quickly accelerate! Mistress Lily and Jeremy find themselves in some very interesting positions :) Danger, Sex (INCREDIBLE), Drugs, Intrigue = an outstanding read.

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, Jayne Rylon - I don't think I can say it enough!!! The intense chemistry and the struggle she puts her characters through is just so captivating. She really knows how to how to write a book that grabs you from the start and doesn't let you go. I was so into this book I couldn't put it down- I even skipped out early on my niece's party to finish reading it ... Shhhh - don't tell on me ... Or wait ... Yes-yes-yes, tell; maybe I could get a spankalicious spanking.

Like the warning says, this is a “Dir-Tay” book so be warned and come open-minded and ready to do some Google searching. I learned a few new things after reading this :) I love it when you get to do a little research with your reading. Thanks for another fabulous read Jayne.

 Reviewed by - Dawn   

PS~ For those of you who like your books in print, Razor's Edge came out this week! :)

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