Published: April 22nd 2021
Length: 270 Pages
My Rating: 2 stars
He is mysterious and brilliant, wealthy and prominent, but no single soul has seen him in person. Well, no one should see him—that’s one of his many rules. No one can touch him either; that’s also another rule.
Except for me because I have broken every rule.
Now I’m extremely drawn to him. His peculiarity is out of this world, and his beauty is beyond physical.
But the Master has demons of his own and is being chased by his brutal past. Suddenly, we’ve become the reflection of each other’s nightmares. I realize that the Master and I are not so different.
Is this newly found bond just another uncertain fate that could deepen our wounds, or is it finally going to be our redemption?
I normally love a romance with beauty and the beast as a central theme but this book was so poorly written that I struggled to finish it.
The dialogue was stilted and unrealistic. The reference of Brandon as master didn’t fit with the atmosphere the author created. The story is obviously dragged out to make the book into the series and there is so much that remains hidden from the reader.
When I read I want to become invested in the characters but these were just unlikable and boring.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.