Quickie Review: Masks (Evangleline Anderson)


Chloe's identical twin sister Zoe wants a favor. She needs Chloe to dress up in her work clothes and meet an important client, pretending to be her. There's just one problem. Zoe isn't an investment banker as she's led everyone to believe—she's a dominatrix and her work clothes include a leather bustier, thigh-high boots and a feathered mask. There are three rules, according to Zoe—don't lose control of the situation, don't have sex with the client, and never take off the mask.

Shy, retiring Chloe has no idea how to go about dominating anyone. But that won't be a problem for long because the "client", Mark Jacobs, is a hot alpha male in a black leather mask of his own who prefers to take the lead when it comes to sex.

Soon Chloe is breaking all the rules for one night of forbidden passion but when she decides to take off her mask and asks Mark to do the same, she has no idea that the black leather he wears conceals a dark secret that may change her life forever.


This was a fun read for me. It was super fast and super sexy. The main scene of the book was scorching hot and I just wanted to read more.

I wish the book was a little longer, as I would have liked to get to know the main characters a little more. There was just enough detail about them to grab my attention and I feel that if there was more information and story-building, this could have been a great novel.


I enjoyed reading this story, which turned out to be a fun and kinky twist on the blind date set up.  It was a fresh idea and piqued my interest.  Had it been a longer story with more plot and character development, it would have easily been a 4 star book, if not more.

Heat Factor:

Steaming up the windows!

Whew!  Bondage, role playing and masks make for a steamy evening for these two characters.  Had there been more than one scene, there's no doubt that this would have been a 5-alarm fire!  The sparks were super hot!

You can check out my Sexy Snippets featuring Masks here.

1 comment:

  1. I was reading the review on my email and had to drop by and say - this book sounds like a hoot! Thanks for sharing.


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