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Review Opportunity: Master Over You by Cerys du Lys and Ethan Winters

Master Over You
Cerys du Lys, Ethan Winters
Publication date: October 20th 2014
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense


There’s a monster in every closet, and I’m in yours

My name is Noah. I’m not a nice person. This isn’t cupcakes and candyland, love.

I’ll take you, break you, and offer you to the highest bidder without a second thought. You’re mine now. It’s business, nothing personal. You wouldn’t understand, and I’m not going to explain it. Sorry, love, you don’t mean a thing to me.

Just know that there’s a monster in every closet, and I’m in yours.

Author Note – This dark romance novel contains themes that may be discomforting to some people. If you are sensitive to depictions of violence, then this book is not recommended for you.

(Ethan Winters official debut release co-authored with USA Today bestselling author Cerys du Lys)

Man’s POV = Ethan, Woman’s POV = Cerys

There is a light at the end of every dark tunnel, no matter how dim it may seem.



Sign up if you would like to request a review copy of Master Over You by Cerys du Lys and Ethan Winters, a New Adult Romantic Suspense novel. Reviews should be posted by December 15th. Review copies will be in ebook format.

Word count: 150k / Heat Level: 7/10 (sex scenes are explicit, but there aren’t a ton of them overall)
Content warning: Violence (regular and sexual), but the sexual violence parts aren’t very explicit and are more glossed over/assumed/fade to black.  The regular violence can get more detailed at points.  The story includes kidnapping and slave training/trading themes.  It’s kind of a darker romantic take on the themes of regrets and lost innocence/coming of age uncertainty. (Side note: There is a happy ending, and no cliffhanger.  It is a romance/love story, but it’s a different one with a twist)

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