Recommended By Guest Contributor

Recommended By Guest Contributor

Diving right into the Shadowlands (one of my favorite series ever) was such a pleasure, as always. Cherise Sinclair wove yet another engrossing, sexy story about a beautiful, bratty submissive with a troubled past. And, of course, a hunky dominant—a Shadowlands Master, no less—who took over her hormones and carved out a place in her heart.
Rainie and Master Jake’s story was a perfect combination of HAWT, fun, and heartbreaking (at times), that I couldn’t put it down (and you won’t be able to either). It might be worth mentioning that Cherise Sinclair is on my very short auto-buy list. I’d read her grocery list and probably ask for the sequel afterwards. She’s just that good. So, no surprise that Show Me, Baby is MUST READ for my kinky, alpha male lovers. [August 2014]

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When Rainie rushes an injured dog to a clinic, she’s appalled to recognize the veterinarian, Jake Sheffield. So not fair. His memory has haunted her for over a decade. And then he showed up at her Shadowlands BDSM club. And now, he owns the veterinary clinic? The Gods of Cruelty must be laughing at her.

Master Jake is sophisticated, wealthy, and gorgeous. Rainie’s a fluffy, ex-slum-rat. He’d never be with a woman like her. Besides, she’s been burned enough times that she won’t get serious about any man. Sure, the BDSM club trainees are supposed to be seeking a permanent Dom, but no harm, no foul—the Masters don’t need to know the truth.

As a Shadowlands Master, Jake watches out for all the trainees. But one is special. Lush body, a gift for living life to the fullest, always laughing or smiling. Now he’s learned she also has a big heart. Although Rainie trips all his switches, she’s avoided him since the moment she arrived…and he let her have that play. But when she lies to him about her goals, he knows the time has come for a Master to take an active part in her training.

ASIN: B00H57WJOG

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