Justus Roux’s long running “Master Series”, which she affectionately calls her BDSM drama, has won the hearts of many readers. She just released the 30th book in the series and plans to write several more books for the series. Her “Dom/sub trilogy”, and “Master of My Heart Series”, plus several single titled books have earned her several outstanding reviews. She has dabbled in the paranormal and fantasy realm with her “Barbarians of Malka series”, “Demon hunter Series”, as well as several single titled novels. Justus’ loves to explore new things, adores music and art, and loves to play the occasional video game and enjoys a good poker game as well. You can check out her work at her websites, www.justusroux.com and www.justusrouxmasterseries.com . You can reach her at email@example.com
Nicole frees herself of an abusive relationship and makes a fresh start in Chicago. Her new roommate Monica makes her feel at home right away, and Nicole is excited about starting her career as a paralegal. She meets the handsome defense lawyer Michael Lyons, whom she will be working with. Their attraction is immediate and intense, and she finds herself falling in love with her new boss.
Just as it seems Nicole’s life is finally going right, a series of brutal murders plague the Chicago area. As the number of these murders escalates all the evidence begins to point to Nicole’s new friend Adam Matthews or her lover Michael Lyons. She refuses to believe that either could possibly be capable of committing these brutal murders. Yet, by closing her eyes to this possibility, Nicole could be making a deadly mistake.
Mary and her crew crash lands on a planet where women rule everything and men have become slaves. At first this seems like a woman's paradise, but when Mary is given a gorgeous man named Sabre he opens her eyes to the hell that Paradise has become for men. She must find out what happened to her male crew mates and deal with what she sees all around her. Her growing love for Sabre further complicates everything.
Sabre's only mission was to become a pet to one of the high council members, but he is given to Mary by the Queen. He finds himself quickly feeling things for Mary that he has never felt before. He had grown so use to women using his body that Mary's tenderness and compassion is almost overwhelming to him. He soon finds himself trusting her enough to tell her about the Rebellion and its leader Cyrus. But will she be willing to risk everything to free the men of Paradise?