Psychologist Kai Ferguson has had his eye on Kori Williamson for a long time. His assistant is everything he’s ever wanted in a partner—smart, caring, witty, and a bit of a masochist. More than a little, actually, but that’s the problem. Kori won’t admit her own desires. She’s afraid of him and what he has to offer. Luckily for her, helping patients face their fears is one of his specialties.
Kori knows she wants Kai. Her boss is the most amazing man she’s ever met. She’s also smart enough to stay away from him. Having been down this road before, she knows it only leads to heartache. She’s just found a place where she can belong. Another failed relationship is the last thing she needs. It’s better to guard her heart and let Kai think she’s frightened of his dark, dominant nature.
When Kai is recruited for an operation with McKay-Taggart, everything is turned upside down. Kai’s brother, international superstar Jared Johns, is in town and Kai must juggle his family issues along with a desperate hunt for a serial killer. The investigation throws Kori and Kai together, and they quickly discover the chemistry between them is undeniable. But even if their newfound love can survive his secrets and her lies, it may not be enough to save them both from a killer’s twisted obsession.
A Masters and Mercenaries Novel by Lexi Blake
I read this book when it first came out and fell in love with the characters and the written word (a lot of the of the M & T characters make an appearance). However, Ryan West brings another dimension to the book. His intonations bring out phrases and words that just struck me as hilarious. So even though there is a killer stalking Sanctum, there is also a funny side to this book. I loved Kori's smack down with Lena (especially bringing in a bow to the Real Housewives of New Jersey). The pacing of the book is great and never dull. Do yourself a favor and don't miss the velvet smoothness that is a Ryan West narration.
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I love the series but upset because they don't have the rest of the series uploaded from Masters and Mercenaries. I'm now looking to purchase it from another company if possible.
This is a great installment in this series. Kai is such an interesting character. Most of the book takes place in Sanctum so we get an extended look inside everyone's favorite BDSM club. I hope we get to see more of Kai's brother, Jared. Loved this book start to finish!
Overly Long book with a very predictable villain to learn more about Kai and Corey. A couple new characters were introduced as well as the tie in with the lawless series but was repetitive and dragged numerous times. The general story arc did move along though. Am invested in the main plot with all the Taggerts so have already bought Case and Mia’s book but may do Erin and Theo in Kindle if the audible is too long a wait. Easier to get to the meat of the action.
Where does From Sanctum with Love rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It is high on my list of all time favourite books. I already own the Kindle edition of this book, but when I saw this on Audible, I could not resist. I love audio books and often buy both the Kindle and audiobook of any book I particularly like.
What other book might you compare From Sanctum with Love to, and why?
I suppose any of the books in the Masters and Mercenaries series is of comparable quality.
Which character – as performed by Ryan West – was your favourite?
Ian Taggart is far and away my most consistently favourite character though I have to say the most of the T & M crew are engaging and interesting people.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Yes, both. The scene between Ian and Squirrel had me laughing out loud, but the conversations between Erin and Kori and Kia and Jared had me fighting back the tears.
Any additional comments?
As with all the books in this series, it leaves you wanting more. You want to know what happens with Case and Mia, Jared and Sarah and, of course, the ongoing story of the hunt for Hope McDonald. It must be challenging to maintain the high quality and intriguing stories lines over such a long series but in this series with its cast of ever-evolving plots once you are hooked you just keep waiting with bated breath for the next instalment. I would highly recommend this series to anyone who has not tried it yet, but it is highly addictive, so be warned.