Master Catteneo (Masters of the Consulate Book 5) by Sylvia Black – Review by Angela Shirley

Master CatteneoMaster Catteneo by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lucianna has been Kidnapped and Master Catteneo has been tasked to recuse her and bring her back into the fold. Catteneo decides to seek the help of the most powerful seer and when he arrives, he is stopped in his tracks by the grand-daughter, Alessia, who does not trust the vampire with her precious grandmother.

Although in the end Alessia is destined to help Catteneo with his quest and the two start having feelings for each other, although Alessia is a different type of woman to Catteneo as he is used to people following his orders and this woman has her own sassy and determination with the tasks ahead which infuriates him. Can they locate Luccianna and complete the tasks along the way and not let the attraction get in the way.

This is the fifth book in the series and although I felt this could be read as a stand alone so insight in the first four books does give you a grounding to the world of the Master of the Consulate. I love the way this series draws you into the stories and you feel like you are engaged and part of the world that Sylvia Black creates.

This book delves deeper into the world and brings together two unlikely companions but as the story goes through you see the attraction building and creating the love story between these beautiful characters. The story is fast paced, full of suspense and thrilling to read as always, the intensity of the story has you at the end of your seat trying desperately to turn the next page to see what happens. If you are a fan of the paranormal world, then this has it all.

I can’t wait for the next instalment in this series, thank you for allowing us into your world.

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