Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Review for Master's Hunt by Verity Ant

Kevin, Renee, and Amiko love each other. Like the triangle—the strongest geometric configuration—their love is both simple and complex, made more complex, perhaps, by the BDSM nature of their sexuality. Kevin is the apex of their union, a sexual sadist and dominant personality. His women, both intelligent and attractive, are submissive, but only to him. He would never harm them, but Kevin, driven by the narrow focus of his sexuality, finds pleasure in inflicting sexual pain in a controlled manner, rewarding good behavior with pleasure.

When Amiko is stolen from their triad, kidnapped by a crazy woman who fancies herself in love with the Asian beauty, both Kevin and Renee are beside themselves with concern for her welfare. They need to find Amiko before something ugly happens to her. From captivity, Amiko tries to help them, but her trail of “breadcrumbs” might just get her into more trouble than she is already in.

Kevin’s forceful nature demands that he take charge of the search and rescue operation. Renee’s love for her sister-in-spirit compels her to accept danger. Amiko must be saved. Any other outcome, the ruin of their carefully nurtured triad, simply cannot be borne.

Dakota's Review: 
 First off  I must say that this book isn't for those who enjoy just mild BDSM or kinky romance. No this book will appeal to those who are either heavily in the lifestyle or intrigued by a true power exchange. And frankly...that's why I loved it.  The dynamics of this book are absolutely wonderful.  I fell a little in love with Kevin and absolutely loved the relationship between Amiko and Renee.  They definitely make quite the trio.  While I will admit that the love scenes made me uncomfortable...and in a good way, what really pulled me along was the plot.  

See this book has a faced paced plot that is well written and I immensely enjoyed the ride as Kevin and Renee, along with the help of the "skanky" (as Verity calls him)  private detective, Ross tracked down the bad guy...err in this case the "bad woman".  In fact I sat down and read the whole book in one sitting - if you can believe that.  I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves to read stuff which is a bit more hardcore than I write. In fact, Ms. Verity's writing style reminds me greatly of Joey W. Hill and Jennifer Campbell, both of which I happen to love.  I give Master's Hunt a five out five stars.

 Also as a nice perk along with her trailer I have Ms. Verity on my blog today doing a guest post, so be sure to enter her contest. She has some great prizes she's giving away.


  1. Thank you so much for that 5/5 star review! I'm delighted that my book could inspire your enthusiasm. It comes from the heart -- and an active imagination. :)

  2. I've read Master's Hunt and agree with your review 100%. It's not for the faint of heart, but if you like it a little extreme, you're going to love this book. Great review! And congrats, Verity!

  3. Hi Verity,
    Beautiful trailer, looking forward to the book even more now. also i have never gone wrong on a book recommended by Dakota so i know it has to be an awesome read already. :D

    tammy ramey