Just when she thinks her only solution is a tell all memoir, a snowstorm puts her in the path of stunningly handsome, insanely rich and equally intense, Tucker Lewis.
Tucker remembers Maggie well. They once shared a mind-numbing kiss at the annual St. Mary's carnival when her boyfriend wasn't looking. No stranger to scandal, he looks past public opinion to the submissive craving a master's touch and decides then and there what he wants. He's going after Maggie and her heart's kinkiest desires.
Unfortunately, no amount of money can change the sins of the past and when they're certain they know everything there is to know about each other, one discovers a secret they aren't prepared for.
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By The Book Chick on 29-06-14
If you could sum up Purgatory Masters: Tucker's Fall in three words, what would they be?
I'm somewhere between a 3½ to 4✯ on this one so I'm going to round up. I really enjoyed the premise and the pace of the story. Maggie had been dealt a really bad series of blows and came back to her home town to lick her wounds and regroup. Tucker had known Maggie in his youth and even shared a passionate, albeit brief, kiss with her. After finding out about her return, and what drive her to return, he decides to make her his… which he does fairly quickly. But the secrets of their lives encroach on their relationship and threaten their future together. And although Tucker's Fall ends with a fairly happy Tucker and Maggie, secrets still divide them, although Maggie doesn't know it yet.
The only challenge that I had with the book was that details seemed to be missed. Katie, Quinn, and Leo appear in Roped but the story is so abbreviated that it doesn't explain how they came to be in Tucker's Fall. The connection between the stories needed to be stronger. I enjoyed the secondary characters in this book and will most definitely enjoy reading about Nina and Mason. All in all, a solid series starter.
This was read as an audiobook and the narrator was decent although she had limited range for the male characters.
What other book might you compare Purgatory Masters: Tucker's Fall to and why?
Shadowlands by Cherise Sinclair but a less cohesive version
What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?
See above about the narrator's male range.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
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By Leesa on 09-06-13
It didn't "WOW" me
I expect a certain amount of chemistry and also an interesting story to go along with this genre of book. This one didn't do it for me. It was just a flat listen and I was bored with it. Also from the ending allot of questions are unanswered and I expect another book to come from it but I will not be interested enough to get it. In my opinion it wasn't worth my credit.
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