Ash by Suzy Shearer

Ash by Suzy Shearer
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

They ooze power, control, natural dominance—and sex. They are The Silk Rope Masters.
None have ever found love but watch out. When they fall, they’ll fall fast and hard.

Fifty-one-year-old Sophie Laurent fills in for her chef brother, Pierre, at Silk Rope when she comes face-to-face with Master Ash. A natural born Dom, Ash (Reyansh) Siddiqi, fifty-three, is club co-owner, head Master, and a confirmed bachelor. His pleasures always come without romantic involvement at the club.
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But when she stepped into Pierre’s shoes Ash was caught—he fell hook, line, and sinker. Unfortunately it seems Sophie dislikes him. Ash tries to think of a way to change her mind before her brother returns and she’s out of his life forever.

If you think all romance and/or BDSM books are for young whippersnappers then think again! The main female here is fifty-one and the main male is fifty-two! Hallelujah!!!

There is instant attraction from Ash but it’s not long before it turns into love – even before he’s had the chance to get to know her. As for Sophie, she is attracted to Ash but is afraid of what him being a Master means.

The time moves on in this story which was good to see. It didn’t all happen within a couple of weeks. Instead, you get interactions and then some time before a new one. It was also good to see it being the male with unrequited love!

This is the third book in the series but you can read it as a standalone as I have. This in no way impacted my enjoyment of their story. Obviously, you get hints of previous stories in the supporting characters but nothing so much as to be confusing.

This was a great story with a gentle learning curve for Sophie and I have no hesitation in recommending it.


  1. Thank you, so glad you enjoyed it.

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