Her Master’s Voice by Jacqueline George

Her Master’s Voice by Jacqueline George
Publisher: Siren BookStrand
Genre: Contemporary, Action/Adventure
Length: Full Length (240 pgs)
Other: Multiple partners, M/F, BDSM, F/F, F/F/F, Spanking
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Wild Plum

Sherry is a lonely wife in Singapore, filling her days studying yoga under an Indian guru who loves women. The guru and her friend Ranji are helping her become the woman she secretly wanted to be, but there is a price to be paid for her new femininity.

How will she admit to her husband what she and Ranji have been doing? But he finds out and she is trapped on a tropical island, alone with the man she has wronged.

He has other worries; he has been targeted by Islamic terrorists. Soon Sherry and her friends from Singapore and Indonesia are fighting for his life with all determination and feminine charm they can manage.

This title was previously published.

Tim and Sherry are a married couple from England who have lost that spark in their love lives. Sherry insists on double beds between the two. Tim spends his time away on oilrigs while Sherry stays behind. Then Sherry meets a Yoga Guru who has his own idea of what a woman should look like and how she should act. When Tim returns home and realizes that Sherry has been spending her time with other men, he kidnaps her and holds her as his prisoner on an island. There he will begin to teach her how his wife will be.

Jacqueline George has a great way of writing a novel which under different circumstances would be considered too busy. There are many characters and places included in this book. All of which she delivers with great ease. It’s like being lost in a movie, you can actually feel yourself in the jungle, on the beach, in England, in Asia, George is great at detail. I recommend you have a vivid imagination and you don’t blush too easily to read this story. It’s one written to not only turn the characters on, but the readers as well. The love scenes have such detail and passion behind every word. I was impressed with this book and I’m sure you will be too. If you are a Jacqueline George fan you will really love this book, if not then it’s a perfect book to start with!

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Well thank you, Ms Reviewer. You are definitely on my Christmas card list in Big Red Letters.

    It’s always fun to have one of your babies do well, but the thing artists really live for is to hear that their work has given some enjoyment.

    Thanks again, Jacqueline

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