Master Series Volume Seven

Adult Erotica
Books Twenty seven- Twenty Nine of Justus Roux's Master Series
“Judas’ Kiss” Book twenty-seven
“Chained Heart” Book twenty-eight
“Chains of Apollo” Book twenty-nine More

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About Justus Roux

Justus Roux’s long running “Master Series”, which she affectionately calls her BDSM drama, has won the hearts of many readers. . Her “Dom/sub trilogy”, and “Master of My Heart Series”, plus several single titled books have earned her several outstanding reviews. She has dabbled in the paranormal and fantasy realm with her “Barbarians of Malka series”, “Demon hunter Series”, as well as several single titled novels. Justus’ loves to explore new things, adores music and art, and loves to play the occasional video game and enjoys a good poker game as well. You can check out her work at her websites, www.justusroux.com and www.justusrouxmasterseries.com . You can reach her at storyteller36@msn.com

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About the Series: Master Series
This series revolves around Master Xanthos’ BDSM community. He believes it is easy for a dominant to blur the lines and is adamant in making sure every Master or Mistress in the community remembers how to treat a submissive. Not that a submissive is beyond reproach. He tries to make sure that a person who enters the community as s submissive is truly a submissive and not someone playing at it.

Master Xanthos often will seek out submissives who finds themselves trap by slave traders and poor dominants. He has made it his mission to save as many of these poor souls as he can. He started this community wanting a safe place for people like him to explore their unusual lifestyle in relative safety. However, he has gone out of his way to save these unfortunate submissives and make sure they are place with a dominant that will help them heal.

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Reviews

Darlene Tabor reviewed on on Feb. 24, 2016
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While I read this series and enjoyed the characters and story line, I wonder if anyone has proofread any of these books. I am not sure if the author is American and maybe that is the reason for so many grammatical errors. An example : Everytime the word " refrain " was meant to be used, it was "reframe" . Several words are botched. Gosh, I would almost volunteer to proofread the books. Makes me crazy with the corrections needed.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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