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Monday, April 23, 2012

Master of Sin by Maggie Robinson

   Andrew Rossiter did not have a normal childhood. As the son of a whore, his early life wasn't pleasant.  When his mother died, his "Uncle" Donal took him in and made Andrew his sex slave. Donal then began whoring Andrew out.  Andrew's whole life was being a whore to men and women of the ton.   He was quite popular too.  Then he was given a chance to earn a large sum by impregnating an Italian Duchessa.  He did and when his son was still quite young, the Duca's cousin killed the Duca and Duchessa to become the next Duca.  Andrew was able to save himself and his son, Marco.  They fled to an island where no one would know their past. He'd hired a governess for Marco as well.  Miss Peartree was the daughter of a courtesan. She was hiding her past too.  Together they begin to live a life of hope, love and family. 

This book is a refreshing twist on the usual historical romance.  I liked the idea a male whore.  It gave the book a wonderful story line.  The writing is superb and easy to follow.  I loved that this man was given the opportunity to turn his life around and make his son's life better.  When he gave in to his love for Miss Peartree, the transformation was complete.  Sweet, hot and a must read!!  Maggie Robinson gives us another terrific book to sink our teeth into. Check this one out. I promise you won't be bored. 

     I did find a couple of issues.  The story drags in parts. It builds up the steam but doesn't go anywhere. Also at the end, it was as if Maggie Robinson forgot about the killers who were after Andrew and just threw them in as an after thought.

     I gave this one 4 out of 5 books because of the above issues.

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