Lord and Master Trilogy
Publication date: March 20th 2017
Genres: Erotica, Romance, Suspense
You think you know Luna Gregory?
Maybe you see what her boss, the Marchioness of Lionsbridge, sees: the best PA she’s ever had, a 26-year-old fixer who makes problems disappear with four quiet words—‘Leave it with me.’ Or you see a remote, untouchable Ice Princess who the 500-year-old Arborage Estate’s heir presumptive longs to crush under his heel. Possibly, if you’re looking carefully, you see Luna as her friends see her: the quiet one, touched by childhood tragedy, who laughs at their jokes and has their backs no matter what.
But ultimately it takes charismatic, devastatingly attractive Swedish entrepreneur Stefan Lundgren, third in line to inherit the estate, to glimpse the intelligent, fiercely independent woman under Luna’s calm exterior. And what he sees he wants, this woman in ten thousand who is meant for him, body writhing beneath his in the dark of night, her inner self slowly revealing itself to him. Or so he believes.
But Luna has built an entire life predicated on concealment, on maintaining control and hiding dark things in drawers. It will take the entirety of the Lord and Master trilogy, from the manicured gardens of Arborage, to the wilds of Shetland, to the streets of Stockholm, for her to step out of the shadows in the face of a new threat to Arborage.
You think you know Luna? You don’t.
The Lord and Master trilogy:
Lord and Master
Her Master’s Servant
I had been looking for a good trilogy for a while and I love it when you can just go straight from book to book so when I read the synopsis for this book I was really looking forward to reading it. Overall I really enjoyed the three books. The trilogy includes the books, Lord and Master, Her Master’s Servant and The Marchioness. The build-up in the first book was good, it wasn’t too slow but I loved the relationship between Luna and Stefan and how it developed. One of my favourite genres is historical romance and whilst this was not historical I liked where the story was set. The author did a fabulous job with the descriptive parts of the story; I could totally imagine Arborage Estate and what everything looked like.
Lord and Master
I would probably give this book 4.5 stars. It started really well; the story about Luna was intriguing. We got to see into her childhood and the things that happened to her. I really liked her, she was independent and head strong. There were a few twists and turns and the pace was good for the first book in a trilogy. I loved Stefan’s character straight away. He was certainly swoon-worthy!
Her Master’s Servant
I think I would give this book 4 stars. We pick up with Luna after she has left Stefan and she escapes to Scotland. If I’m perfectly honest I did skim over a few parts in this story especially when Luna was in Scotland. The pace of the story was still good and it led nicely into the third book where you could tell something was going to happen!
This was definitely a 5 star books for me! It was my favourite out of the three books! There was a lot more action in this story! More Luna and more Stefan – what more could you ask for!! The descriptive writing continued to be just as good in this book! I loved it!!
I have to give this trilogy 4.5 stars overall because book 2 let it down just ever so slightly but it was still a brilliant read and one that I will definitely be reading again!
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I live on a farm in Lancashire, England with my husband, four children, one dog and one cat. Like Luna Gregory, the lead character of the Lord and Master trilogy, I make my living as a personal assistant.