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I loved it and I hated it!! I cried and laughed and yelled and bargained, yes, bargained! I kept saying…If he lets this keep them apart I will not read any more. Then it was…If he does something stupid with Isabelle I will never forgive him. But in the end I kept reading because, well, I had to. Sometimes you find a book that grabs you and pulls you into its very heart and will not let you go. This is that book. As Luna emerged as strong and confident but only professionally, I had to keep reading. AS her relationship with Stefan grew and evolved, I had to keep reading. And as her heart broke and so did his, I had to keep reading. There is so much more here than just a love story. It is a story of beginnings, of misunderstandings and triumphs. It is a story of wonderful joy and miserable pain. And it is a love story like no other.The back story that begins to unfold about Luna and Stefan is another facet to a many faceted story that is only beginning in Lord and Master. But it is a wonderful, engaging, intriguing and sexy story that seems like an epic in the making. I cannot wait to get to the next book and see what awaits Stefan, Luna and all the many other highly developed characters I have gotten to know in this first of the trilogy. MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Reviewed by Wildcatnana
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You think you know Luna Gregory?
Maybe you see what her boss, the Marchioness of Lionsbridge, sees: the best PA she’s ever had, a 26-year-old fixer who makes problems disappear with four quiet words—‘Leave it with me.’ Or you see a remote, untouchable Ice Princess who the 500-year-old Arborage Estate’s heir presumptive longs to crush under his heel. Possibly, if you’re looking carefully, you see Luna as her friends see her: the quiet one, touched by childhood tragedy, who laughs at their jokes and has their backs no matter what.
But ultimately it takes charismatic, devastatingly attractive Swedish entrepreneur Stefan Lundgren, third in line to inherit the estate, to glimpse the intelligent, fiercely independent woman under Luna’s calm exterior. And what he sees he wants, this woman in ten thousand who is meant for him, body writhing beneath his in the dark of night, her inner self slowly revealing itself to him. Or so he believes.
But Luna has built an entire life predicated on concealment, on maintaining control and hiding dark things in drawers. It will take the entirety of the Lord and Master trilogy, from the manicured gardens of Arborage, to the wilds of Shetland, to the streets of Stockholm, for her to step out of the shadows in the face of a new threat to Arborage.
You think you know Luna? You don’t.
The Lord and Master trilogy:
Lord and Master
Her Master’s Servant
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