Season 1, Episode 1 due out October the 12th, 2013.
I didn't see it coming, didn't realize how different everything would be within the space of a month. I would fall in love with one man, I would kill another, and I would lose my body, my mind, my soul - my freedom to them. I was an operative, a strong woman, someone sent in to save others, but under these two men I became weak - or pretended to be. I didn't like being weak, it angered me. If I had free rein I could cut my masters in two. But I wasn't there for pride, I was there to free those women and to take down the two men who sold them as sex slaves.Those men needed to be punished And I would do it No matter the cost Or how much I lost Because I am Rita Kovak
MY MASTERS' NIGHTMARE
**Arc provided for honest review**
MY MASTERS' NIGHTMARE is a first dark erotica novella (part of a series) for the Behind the Lives author Marita Hansen and it did not disappoint. I actually really enjoyed it and why I enjoyed it was because of Rita Kovak.
Rita, a beautiful undercover FBI who seeks revenge after her husband is murdered (who was also an undercover agent). I loved her character. She's not whiny, nor is she annoying like heroines tend to be and what puts me off finishing a book. Rita's character was very well written.I wasn't too keen on Jagger. If the author was to ask me "whats one thing that annoyed you Tina?" I would say he did. Not so much at the start, when he was all handsome and mysterious but further along when we got to know a bit of him, he seemed all over the place, especially with the "Honey" scenes I couldn't really get him, he was just too all over the place for me. And also, if you have read Behind The Lives, Jagger reminded me a bit of the character Tama and I was not fond of Tama, he was a bit of a dick head.
Even though this is the authors first dark erotica, she did really well and I'm hooked. I will definitely be counting down the weeks and days for the new episodes to published on amazon. I wish there was more! (When I read Behind the Lens, I wished 30-40% was cut from that book and when I read this I was wishing to have a little extra in this one maybe 30-40% lol.) What I love about Marita's writing, is as soon as I start a book of hers I'm captured from start until the end. I just love her writing. It's realistic. It's not over dramatized. Her writing just keeps me interested and wanting more and it's unbelievable it happens with every book I have read from her. Not one has left me feeling disappointed.