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Mischief and the Masters (Masters of the Shadowlands Book 12) by [Sinclair, Cherise]
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She wants a short, sweet Master. One Master.
The two devastatingly dominant Drago cousins have other ideas.

Her life destroyed by a stalker, Uzuri Cheval starts anew in Tampa and joins the exclusive Shadowlands club. Unconvinced of her claims that she can overcome her fear of big men without help, Master Z gives her a time limit. And she is improving--until she hears the stalker is out of prison. Now her time limit is up, and the Masters will intervene, which is okay--as long as whoever helps her is short. Okay, sweet and gentle would be good, too.

But two Doms? Dangerously experienced and dauntingly powerful cousins? No way.

Having volunteered in every hellhole in the world, Dr. Alastair Drago is ready to settle down. Detective Max Drago has joined him and, once again, the cousins share everything. A house, lives, problems…and whatever submissive catches their interest. One mischievous submissive has definitely caught Alastair’s. However, having been burned by a woman, Max remains detached…until little mischief’s troubles turn deadly.

Mischief and the Masters is the latest book in the bestselling Masters of the Shadowlands series. If you enjoy edgy ménage and dominance spiced with humor and suspense, you’ll love Cherise Sinclair’s latest romance.

This book had it all… Another great addition in one of my all time favorite series!!
~ SnS Reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3093 KB
  • Print Length: 436 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: VanScoy Publishing Group (15 November 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N3KTNP2
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,967 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Loved it. Had to read the whole series all over agin
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I really, really reading this book and was looking forward to finally reading the book and boy was i imlressed with the boom and loved reading it, but i did not want it end, but unfortunately all good tbings must come to an end. I found it to be funny, warm, caring, fascinating, erotic, kinky, sensual, sexy, romantic, intense, dark and it also was filled with drama, adventure and danger as well.
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I love Cherise's books and this one doesn't disappoint. Always wondered about Uzuri and why she was the way she was, and this story explains her past as well as giving her a long awaited HEA. If you haven't read her books before, highly recommend you do so, you won't regret it at all.
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Excellent character development, perfect adaption of characters into the series. Funny, completely enthralling and perfect amount of pleasure and pain for BDSM/ adult play enthusiasts.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Too much recycled material. 21 November 2016
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I finished the book around 2:00am last night and decided to sleep and reflect on it before reviewing. It was merely okay. I've loved this series, and the Masters of the Mountain/Masters of Dark Haven series, for a while now. But there were too many elements and plot devices in this book that appeared in previous books for my liking.

It echoed If Only almost point for point. Insecure submissive, in this case Uzuri, gets injured and two of the Masters of the Shadowlands take her home for a few days to keep an eye on her recovery. She decides to have them help her with a serious issue, so she moves in for a while. Something bad happens, and she assumes all of the blame and guilt, breaking off the relationship and running away. Sound familiar to anyone else? Granted, that isn't the entire plot. Phsycotic stalkers seem to exist in larger numbers in Sinclair's world than they do in reality. It seems to be one of her favorite plot devices.

In addition to the recycled material, the characters are becoming stale and almost two-dimensional. Uzuri isn't the first of the Shadowlands submissives to have deep personal issues that come from a past lover who turned out to be a crazed stalker. Max isn't the only LEO in the series to have occasional troubles dealing with the stress of his job. Alastair isn't the first medical professional who lets patient situations beyond his control come home with him to bleed all over the people for whom he cares. Sinclair has found comfortable niches with these kinds of characters and situations and doesn't seem to want to try anything different.

Also, for being the supposed worst pranksters in the club, Uzuri didn't seem to be as into the pranks as her reputation. Sally was more active and creative in If Only, despite her own deep personal issues. It certainly didn't fit with Uzuri's characterization in previous books.

Bottom line? After 11 books and a novella, Cherise Sinclair has become entirely too comfortable with this series, and she's left the door open for more. I will give the next one a try, but if it isn't substantially better than this one, I'll not read further in the series. Overall, Mischief and the Masters was okay, and if you've stuck with the series this far and want to know why Uzuri is the way she is, it might be worth your while. Otherwise, you might not find it to be worth your time.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good but not great. 1 December 2016
By Jule Kijek - Published on
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I'll preface this review by saying I read this in choppy bits and pieces over Thanksgiving week. Usually I'd read a MotS book in 2-3 long sittings. I just didn't connect with Uzuri, Max and Alistar. I didn't feel that spark of magic I've felt in previous books. TBH, Uzuri was NOT my one of my favorite Shadowkittens. I also didn't care for Max saying several times that he was going "beat on" Uzuri. With so many people not understanding the lifestyle it sends the wrong impression (In my option). I, also, felt that there was some recycled material: A submissive that is afraid to ask for help, two doms who want to share the same sub. I wish more of the book had taken place in The Shadowlands.

I did love Cullen and Andrea's wedding. Loved seeing the gang altogether. Glad Master Dan got some air time. I hope Holt gets the next book. Though not my favorite, this is a worthy book in the series. Four Stars only on this book. ~ JULE K. ~ ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ
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2.0 out of 5 stars Adios, ciao, goodbye 18 November 2016
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Great writing as always. Personally I'm tired of reading a character that is so martyr. I think this might be it for me with your books. I feel like all the female characters are all martyr's and all the male characters all laugh during sex, which I find extremely weird. It was good while it lasted but it's time to move on since your characters are all starting to be the same.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars BDSM lite. Nice but not awesome addition to the series. 8 January 2017
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Uzuri has been a sub at Shadowlands for several books and has never really connected with anyone. Her backstory has been leading up to Mischief and the Masters. After all this time, she doesn't just get one Dom, she gets two! The Drago cousins.

I really like Cherise Sinclair, but for some reason the last two books just have not done it for me. I will still definitely buy and read the series so I'm hoping this is a small bump in the road. Despite Uzuri being a sweetheart and the two Dom's your typical alphas, I just did not feel the connection between the three characters. As usual, the Dom's have been maneuvered/manipulated by Master Z, the sub whisperer, to take on Uzuri and get her out of her shell. Her backstory of evil stalker provides the drama of the book.

The two heroes are mega yummy and experienced as Doms, but seemed BDSM-lite which is actually just fine with me. One aspect of the Dom/sub relationship that I have a hard time buying into is when the male Dom's trains the sub because of some fear or miscommunication. The omnipotent/omniscient Dom's usually end up paddling/punishing the sub. It's just too much I am male hence superior for me. Yes, I know there are female Dommes that exert the same dynamic, but, let's face it, they are few and far between and we aren't really reading them as much. At least I am not. We have several scenes like this with Uzuri.

One aspect of the book and Sinclair's writing that I enjoyed is that this is a multi-race relationship. Uzuri is black; Alastair is mixed race, and Max is white. They address the race issue within the context of their relationship rather than how other people react to them. Of course, in real life an obvious menage relationship is probably more likely to trigger raised eyebrows that a mixed race couple, but what do I know. Anyway, Sinclair doesn't ignore the elephant in the room, and Uzuri expresses how difficult it can be in being black and being uncertain if people are reacting to her or the color of her skin.

The other characters of Shadowland show up. Jessica is still sassy, Master Z is still yumm, and Andrea and Cullen get married. There is a very sweet scene with all the guys of Shadowland and Andrea. NOT THAT KIND OF SCENE, I said sweet. The most interesting person for me was Holt, a Dom and a friend of Uzuri. It looks as if he's up next, and he seems promising since he chose a loser girlfriend this time. All he needs is the love of a sweet girl he can tie up and paddle. Ah, young love. He's another nice guy Dom so who knows? Maybe that's the problem. The edgier ones are more fun to read. I will say this about CS, she doesn't equate alpha with cruel.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Awesome!! 18 November 2016
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This addition to this wonderful series is absolutely awesome! I was hooked from the first page as I always am with Cherise's books. I'm a huge fan of this series and Zuri's book was another great one. It had bits of everything... humor... suspense...angst and love. The character development is so thought out you become attached and feel like you know them. Zuri is awesome, Max and Alastair make you swoon. Even the way some touchy subjects were portrayed and done was excellent! I always adore the add ins of the characters from the prior books in this series and catching up with them and what they're doing. Shadowlands is a fav place to slip into and get lost in these characters. Ms. Sinclair has indeed done it again... the only bad part is you can't put it down and finish too fast. It might be time to start at the beginning for me and re-read them all once more!!