The Master by Kate Aaron ~ Book Review by Teresa

Book 3 in the Free Men series

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Author: Kate Aaron

Publisher: *Not Listed

Cover Artist: unknown

Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars


Being rescued was only the start.

Otiz lies in ruins. As underlord of the region, Lysander knows where his responsibilities lie. He has an obligation to the survivors to rebuild their homes and their lives. But what about his home, his life?

Kai needs help. The damage inflicted on him goes beyond the marks left when he was tortured, but healing him might require more from Lysander than he’s capable of giving. Of one thing he’s certain: Tam and Kai will never be endangered again because of who he is, even if saving them means setting them free.

All Lysander wants is to be left in peace. To recover from the horrors of his experience at the hands of his enemies. But with pressure piling up from every angle, peace is the last thing he’s likely to find. Suffocated by guilt, Lysander begins to spiral. How can he hold everything together, when inside he’s falling apart?

Teresa’s View:

Where to begin!! The Master is the perfect ending for this trilogy. It is not an easy read. Its content will push some boundaries and may make you uncomfortable. It will make you think about what you would do to survive. But it also shows how our three can heal.

It gives us our much needed look into Lysander’s mind and motivations. It shows how he came to be the man he is and what the means for his boys.

I loved how Ms. Aaron is able to convey the feelings and thoughts of the characters who’s mind we are not in just as well as the first person narrative, without letting the that person in on it. Do you know what I mean? That feeling of knowing more than the head we are in without feeling that the person is being deliberately obtuse.

I also adored the love between these three completely different men. I think this will be a series I will re-read in the future!

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I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.

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2 thoughts on “The Master by Kate Aaron ~ Book Review by Teresa

  1. I adored this series. In fact I did the unconventional and first rated the books individually (all 5’s) and then the series as a whole (6). Individually I thought these books were good; taken as a whole I think the series was exceptional.

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