Masters Forver by Ginger Voight
Masters' Saga #3
Release Date: November 27, 2015
Genre: Adult, Contemporary Romance
Source: Purchased on Nook
Rating: 4 Bookworms
Challenges: #COYER, #ShelfLove, #TravelingtotheTerminus
DISCLAIMER: This book is part of a series. Spoilers might be contained in the description. For new readers, start your journey with Devlin and Coralie in Masters for Hire, now available everywhere!
After a devastating betrayal fractures the fairy tale romance between Coralie and Devlin Masters seemingly beyond repair, Coralie tries to piece together a future without the man she had come to love.
Devlin, however, refuses to let her go. He doesn't give a damn if there's a new man on her arm these days. Since that man is Caz Bixby, Dev's sworn enemy, it only makes him even more determined to win her back.
Caz is the new prince in Coralie's fairy tale, her miracle-working personal trainer who had transformed her from a meek pussycat into a sexy, confident lioness ready to take what she wants.
What she really wants is her happy ending with Devlin, and Dev knows it. He digs himself even further into her world so that she can't ignore him, or what she feels about him. He swears that he loves her, and there's much more to the story. To get her back, he knows he has to share his many dark secrets with her, ultimately dragging her down the rabbit hole to the dark and dangerous depths where he's been forced to reside.
But can she ever trust him again after what he did?
The shocking secrets finally unfold in MASTERS FOREVER, Book Three of the Masters Sage, Ginger Voight's unconventional love story that will stick with you long after the last page.
Readers 18+: Adult content, including sexual situations some might find objectionable.
So despite having Masters Forever since it released as well as dying to know how things shook out for Dev and Coralie, I waited 2 years to read it. *gasp* I know! Apparently it's a talent. ;) But hey, I finished a series! *fist pump*
Voight's books are a guilty pleasure of mine. I adore her unconventional heroines, with their voluptuous figures, and her heroes who are quite often anti-heroes and who always somehow manage to win me over. Voight is a screenwriter and that talent is showcased in her stories. She always incorporates some relevant issue and music and/or television also typically play a vital role. Her stories are told with aplomb with a flair for the dramatic...thus the reason they're a guilty pleasure. ;)
In this final installment of the Masters Saga, Devlin must do his best to win back Coralie while protecting her from the thing that holds his life hostage. Coralie must decide whether she can forgive Dev while she deals with family issues and an attempt to take down a couple hellbent on the White House.
See what I mean? But the story was engaging and entertaining and I was pulling hard for Coralie and Dev. Voight deftly draws a colorful secondary cast as well which added depth to the story overall. The way things all panned out tested my limits for suspension of disbelief and yet I flipped through the pages as quickly as I could. In the end, I was happy with Coralie and Dev's story and I hope to see all these characters in future books.