Review of Playing Hard to Master by Sparrow Beckett

Everly is a submissive brat who hasn’t been able to find the Dom who can handle her in Playing Hard to Master.Then she meets Ambrose when he comes into the salon she works at for a haircut. He’s a Dom who not only likes a challenge, he likes a bratty one. There’s only one problem. Everly doesn’t like rich people and Ambrose happens to be rich, but he hasn’t told her. Can a relationship started with a lie survive the truth?

I read the first book in this series some time ago, but once I started reading this one, I sort of remembered it and Ambrose. He’s such a sweet guy and he really means well. But he’s a guy and they don’t always do the smartest thing. Everly knows what she wants in a guy and Ambrose is her perfect fit. She’s kind of bratty and it makes him laugh. Then he punishes her. They really are adorable together.¬†And I love his parents, who know about his lifestyle and are accepting of it. They just don’t want to talk about it with him, which is so cute. They don’t want those images in their heads. I look forward to the last book, To Have and to Master.

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