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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Megan Conley

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 4th book in the Dark Vampires series. While it can be read as a standalone, I definitely recommend reading the others to really understand the storyline and basis behind the novel.
I love the character of Romano. Sylvia Black has made him out to be a burly “beast” but underneath it all he is sweet, lovable, and understanding. He is also fiercely protective, loyal, and a formidable leader. I also love Raven’s character as she is extremely complimentary to Romano. She is bright and sassy and energetic. And while she was raised to be afraid of Romano, she isn’t. I love the push and pull of their relationship.
Black does a fantastic job of writing fast-paced stories that hold the reader’s attention. Her plot lines are amazing and her spice level is *chef’s kiss*. I can’t wait for the next installment of this series.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black

Master Romano is the fourth book in the Masters of the Consulate Series by Sylvia Black. This is a wonderfully written Paranormal/Vampires/Romance that once you start reading there’s no stopping until you finish. I was pulled in from the beginning and found myself lost in the pages trying to figure out what was going to happen next. I highly recommend reading the previous books if you haven’t already as they are just as good as this one and you get to know the characters better and what’s been going on up to this book. Master Romano has one very important task to do and that’s to try and settle the century old fued involving land between the vampires and witches. What he didn’t consider was how hard that task was actually going to be. All was going well until he meets a very sassy yet nosy witch. Holy Cow the sizzle between these two is off the charts. But when word gets out Romano is ordered to end her life to show his loyalty. I don’t want to give anything away .i highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens next. I’m looking forward to reading more from this Author.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Crystal Jimenez

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

And she did it again. I was hooked from the first page. This is my favorite right now, but I still love the rest of the series. I recommend this book, and the whole series to everyone. It is a MUST read.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Marie Collins

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I love stories of forbidden love. It gives that feeling like anything is possible regardless of what anyone else says. Raven is the little enchantress who doesn’t believe in division, and Master Romano is one who is about truth and honor. Together, they do an amazing job at dealing with the chaos around them every turn. Absolutely beautiful characters and story. I am grateful that I got to read this.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Mercedes Jones

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Master Romano, tall, dark, handsome, and oh yeah, a vampire. He is the ruler of the Romania branch. He has been tasked in finding out what the witches and the other rogues from the underworld are up to in his domain. When he returns home, he runs into a surprise. Raven, the witch with magic but not enough according to her aunt Devora, the head witch in charge. Her aunt has taught her that all vampires are bad, but she can’t shake the feeling that this isn’t true. Romano and Raven embark on a journey to find out who the true enemies are. They will be tested against family and one another. The rules say that Vampire Masters are not allowed to be with witches. Will this stop them from being together or will it bring them closer?

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Master Romano: Dark Vampire Romance (Masters Of The Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Master Romano is a member of the Vampire Consulate and has been for centuries, he is cool headed and calm and a well respected member, however with recent events he has been sent in a mission to try and stop the ongoing feud between the vampires and the witches. Raven is a young witch in training, but she has always felt trapped between two worlds and not having many powers, she feels like she is wasting her time learning all this witchcraft and is just waiting for her time there to be finished so she can go back to her life.

As Master Romano is heading back to his home in Romania, he checks the security footage and sees someone creeping round his garden, the don’t move, just watch, so before the sun comes up, he goes to investigate. Raven has an itch to see what a vampire is like, are they as bad as the other witches say they are? She is insatiably curious and so decides to go and stake out the proverbial vampire next door, however, when he catches her in the act, she runs away.

As time passes, neither Raven or Master Romano can keep their minds off of the other and seem to find reasons to run into each other, but as the tensions between the witches and vampires escalate, Raven lands right in the middle of it and ends up having to trust Master Romano to help her, but when she is suspected as a spy, will Master Romano be able to take her life, or will the undeniably strong feelings between this witch and this vampire hold true?

This is a paranormal romance with a streak of forbidden love and steamy scenes of an adult nature with a good dollop of action in between, it is a fantastic continuation and one which you will not want to put down.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Dr. Anya Schultz

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Master Romano: Dark Vampire Romance is a vampire romance – the 4th book in the author’s series. Master Romano is a vampire who is the “leader” of vampires in the Romania area. He is said to be a “dark-souled beast”. He is under investigation by the head Master of Vampires because they have come to find out that a loyal confidant has gone rogue and they need to understand if Romano is behind it. Romano has stated that he is innocent in all of this, but will help find out what is going on because he is being set up. When arriving home, he encounters a witch named Raven, and witches and vampires have been long- time enemies. However, Raven (even though slightly scared due to the legends of the vampires) and Romano (even though states to not trust witches) feels something different, an energy, a connection that neither understands. However, not growing up in the witch world, Raven tends to be creative, defiant, and curiosity always gets the better of her. Their first meeting is very short since Raven transports herself out of danger, however they meet again at a local bar that both tend to be patroning. The “come get me eyes” are being projected by both of them, but are cut off when her aunt and sister enter the bar to take her back to their haven. In the midst of this event, other vampire and vampire confidants come in and grab the 3 witches. Romano has a bad feeling about this and ends up saving Raven even though it went against his better judgment. This encounter starts an alliance between the two and a budding romance. Can the two of them work together well enough, trust each other enough, to save her family and his reputation in the vampire world?
I have read the entire series thus far and I love this vampire romance. Romano was a great character. Even though he is stated to be an evil beast, I found him to be burly, but with a sweet, loving, and understanding side to him, as well. He is portrayed as a leader, smart, cunning, protective, but also cautious, at the same time. Raven was also a great compliment to his burliness. She is spunky, smart, witty, playful, and comically could stand up to Romano. I loved their dynamic when it came to the romantic part of their relationship. I am not a “let it build up” type of book lover, so when they just let all their feelings out almost upfront at the beginning, I was there for that. This was a quick read, action filled, a twisty plot, with great characters. I am excited for the last book in the series to come out!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Kassandra

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I liked the forbidden love between Raven and Romano. This book kept me interested as I followed the journey the natural enemies took as they learned to trust each other, and have it bloom into something more, while they find their way out of danger. It was a great read! I definitely recommend!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Desiree Ottinger

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Romano finds himself on the “questionable loyalty” list with the Consulate of vampires. Tasked with finding where the traitor has escaped to and dealing with the local witches in his territory, he finds himself intrigued with Raven- the niece of their biggest witch rival. When Raven’s sister and aunt are taken from the local bar and Romano sees Raven being drugged and dragged off too, he steps in and saves her. Once she recovers, they work together to find the last of her family. However, the distrust runs deep with her aunt and instead of being grateful, she becomes even more hostile. As things heat up, the traitor’s location becomes known, and in capturing the traitor, Raven is painted as the instigator. Romano has to scramble to clear her name before his boss calls for her death. Will they be able to clear her name? Can they find a way to bridge the gap between the witch and vampire community before all is lost? Or are they always destined to be enemies?

I like that the author veered away from the female being cut down and having to be changed to save her life. Raven is a young witch that just wants to have fun and is thrust into her power rather quickly. I liked that she is equal to Romano in power and surprises him with some of her tricks, too. This book ended in a big cliffhanger, and I am anxiously awaiting the last installment to tie all the things together!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Hannah Porter

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wooowza Author Sylvia Black is amazing. Always keeps you guessing, everytime you think she’s gonna zig she zags. The Masters of the Consulate books have everything you’re looking for when it comes to the supernatural, Witches, Vampire, Shifters etc.Since I started on this one, I’m definitely going to go back to read books 1-3 before the 5th book comes out in October.My only problem is that I should have started this series sooner 🤣🥰. I’m looking forward to reading the other characters’ stories.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Karyn Taylor

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 4th book in the fantastic Masters Of The Consulate vampire romance series. I want to say it’s my favourite in the series so far but maybe that’s just because this one is so fresh. I know I loved the first three too but I read them one after the other several months ago, and maybe my old memory isn’t allowing me to remember well enough. But hey, I’ll go ahead and say this one is my favourite…so far!
Raven is a reluctant witch who just wants back to her ‘normal’ life and not be forced to attend a witch academy where she has the fact that vampires are the enemy drummed into, even more so by her aunt Devora, a very powerful witch. So why is she so drawn by Master Romano, a very powerful vampire, one of the masters of the consulate who her aunt hates with a passion. Vampires and Witches are not meant to fall in love. Heaven forbid! Or is that Hell forbid!
I adored Raven and Romano’s story and I absolutely loved both of them as characters. Raven is far from your typical witch and she’s extremely sassy. Romano is just a HOT alpha male who makes you tingle in all the right places. The sexual chemistry between them is explosive and you just know there will be fireworks when they finally give in to one another.
This is an amazing series that I’m loving so far and I can’t wait to read more.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Michelle Collier

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Who doesn’t love a great vampire series? The Masters of the Consulate series is just that, great. Romano is suspected of turning on the Consulate. He is determined to clear his name and show he is not involved with those witches and traitors. Things don’t exactly go as planned once he sees Raven. She’s not only a witch but also the niece of the witch that has it out for them. Can he deny the attraction or will he succumb to her charms?

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Master Romano ( Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Jules Herbert

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I seriously don’t know how the author does it but this fantastic series just keeps getting better and better with each book! I really didn’t think that was possible. I am totally hooked and need more!!! I love the almost instant connection between Master Romano and Raven that can’t be ignored even though vampires and witches being together is totally unheard of. This book will keep you captivated from the very first word, with plenty of twists and turns along the way. I so did not pick one particular twist that’s for sure but I don’t want to give anything away so I’ll zip my lip on that! Do yourself a huge favour and grab this book today…actually grab the whole series!!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Shania Webb

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The fourth book in the series, follows Romano and Raven, a vampire and a witch who are meant to be sworn enemies, when their paths cross. Neither can deny their attraction and fascination to the other, nor do they want to, when things take a twist and Raven is put in between following her upbringing or her heart. The choice is easy for her; Romano however is already on thin ice due to how his past dealings as a master look to the rest of the Consulate, But his question is can he have both. Or does he have to choose one?

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Edie Kelleher

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I always look forward to the books in this series. The author has fantastic world building skills and excels at setting scenes. This is the fourth book and could be a stand alone, however I would recommend reading the series from the start. Plenty of steam, romance, action, tension and Paranormal! Grab yourself a copy and enjoy!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Micalah Weatherholtz

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Master Romano was a little slow to get started but the first two chapters were mainly to introduce characters and the plot it was all necessary to the story. Once it got started I didn’t want to put it down. I read it in about a day and a half. I loved Romano, his crew, and the banter between the vampires but one thing I couldn’t shake for some reason was Raven’s naivety and how immature she felt as a character. Like, she’s still in school, rebellious, should she really be having this type of relationship with a vampire? Maybe it was needed for the story to progress because her being so trusting and naïve becomes a point in the story when the vampires begin pointing fingers in her direction for betraying them because she gave everything up so easily. Overall it was a quick read that I really enjoyed.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Angela Shirley

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Romano is part of a long line of master’s who have dealt with dealings for year’s but when he is entrusted to sort out the centuries old land feud with the witches what could go wrong. Well, that’s until he meets the one witch who can bring down his walls and possible the consulate.

Raven is from a longline of witches, driven to get back what was taken from them centuries ago, determined to help the coven with trying to get close to the Vampires can she get what is rightfully hers and the covens. Although determined she was not expecting to have feelings towards one of the men that she had vowed to destroy.

This is the fourth book in this series, you can read this book comfortable as a standalone as each book in the series follows on of the master vampires, although some of the other book overlap there is enough detail within the book to be able to follow the story comfortably.

This is not my usual genre I read but after being recommended the first book I could not out it down, this book is just the same. I have to say the writing draws you in and makes this world believable and as you engage with the characters, I feel that you are a part of the story and world.

I love the push and pull between the two main characters was just great to read, they complement each other brilliant. This is my favourite book so far; I loved the character of Raven being so strong willed and determined to prove that she could follow her conviction and also try to understand the feelings she had towards Romano, a man she was brought up to hate.

I can’t wait to read the next instalment in this series.

Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Anna Hirsch

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black
4 Stars

Although Romano and Raven are supposed to be enemies, there is no stopping love. Romano is a Master Vampire of the Consulate sent back to his territory in Romania to end a centuries old feud that the vampires and witches are having over the land. Raven is a young witch that is too curious for her own good. One evening she is caught by Romano lurking on his property. The attraction flares and they can’t stop thinking about each other. Raven unknowingly puts herself in a dangerous position caught in the middle of a feud she tries to understand. Despite the hatred she’s been taught to have towards the vampires, she finds herself wanting to help stop the war. After meeting Romano, she realizes that they are not all horrible creatures.

The story is interesting and filled with danger and intrigue. Although it’s book four in the series, it can be read as a stand-alone. The author tried to meld the modern world with the old world in this book. I feel it didn’t always work but it didn’t take away from the story. Having not read the previous books in the series, I was happy to not be lost. I enjoyed the book and will probably go back and read the rest.

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Master Romano ( Masters of the Consulate Book 4 ) by Sylvia Black – Review by Caralee Loonat

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love vampire romances and this was just the ticket. The author has done a wonderful job of creating a world and brining the characters to life. I really liked how the book was well balanced and had drama with romance. The chemistry between the characters is explosive. I was just not wanting or able to put this book down.

The romance was of the forbidden so was really really drawing for me. I was so eager to see how it would pan out. I like how there is a flowing plot that I am sure will carry out throughout the series and therefore I cannot wait to read more from it.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Ashley Sugar

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m obsessed with vampires! So I really enjoyed this book. Great plot with great characters! Opposites attract, this book proves that. You have a vampire and witch who cross paths in a not so good way. They’re forbidden to fall for one another, but it happens anyways when they have to team up! Easy to read and a definite page turner! And when a book has spice, it makes it that much better! 🌶 if you love vampires and witches, definitely check out this book. Its thrilling, it’s suspenseful, it’s great!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Lauren West

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love this series!! The men and leading ladies give every story such life, and who doesn’t love a good vampire story. The Consulate is still set in their way or no way and are hell bent on fellow Vampires carrying out demands. Romano and Raven have chemistry that’s beyond Lust, but the vampire and witch thing doesn’t sit well on any end in this world. As tensions high and loyalty vs love comes to play we see just how true a mate bond can be.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Lisa Helmick

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another good installment in this series. I enjoyed meeting Raven and to be honest witches are not a favorite of mine. Vamps -yes! Witches-nope. So I was hesitant about this but that connection between Raven and Romano is what made me believe. Raven seemed like a meek, incapable young witch in training. After a bit she impressed me with what she could do not counting standing up to Romano and other vamps. I enjoyed the banter between Raven and a certain band of vamps. What an ending! It made me happy but also ramped me up for the next in the series! So now I am eagerly awaiting the next one!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Dahnielle Hibbert

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was the first book I read in this series and boy was that a mistake. I liked this story so much I am going back to read the first three and this one in order. I love paranormal romance, especially vampires and witches. When they clash using their own supernatural bent it becomes even better. If you enjoy supernatural books and enemies to lovers stories these books are for you.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Jess Dimmock

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A good paranormal romance book! Our lead characters are written well but could use a little more fleshing out. I feel like they are just on the cusp of being spectacular! Raven has the charm of a witch coming into her own and her power. She has gone the road of “being normal” and now has been pulled in to the world of her family and ancestry. Romano is an old master vampire with a long-standing hatred of witches. He is tasked with finding the traitors in the midst of his people. He catches Raven spying on his home and is instantly captivated with her. Poof! He is over his hatred and mistrust.
The world is well-written but could also use a little more fleshing out in the details.
Overall, the book is really good! It just feels a little rushed and like a few more details could be added to really knock it out of the park!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed reading this vampire romance story. This is the fourth book in this series which keeps getting better and better with each new installment. This is a series that needs to be read in order. I highly suggest reading the previous books first before this one to help with your enhancement of the characters and the author’s writing style. This is a well written story where we get to see Master Romano in action. This is a dark vampire fated mates story that is hard to put down. It is full of action and romance that you don’t want to miss. I enjoyed how the author used details to make the story not only realistic but also made the characters come to life. They have great growth as well as the plot throughout the story. This is an easy and entertaining story to read which had me coming back for more. I really enjoyed reading this book. I highly recommend this book and this author.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Rayne East

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Enticing and passionate
I have enjoyed every book in this series so far. This is book 4 and I am still captivated by the world this author has created. Romano is one of the Masters in the Consulate and has a played a part in previous books. This is his and Raven’s story. With the witches and vampires on the verge of war Romano and Raven have the odds set against them. Even though each book is dedicated to a different Master, I recommend reading from book 1 to get an understanding of the backstory. And recurring characters. With vampires, witches, fated mates and romance – what’s not to love.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Katie Matthews

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the fourth book in this series and oh my gosh what a read it was! After each book I say that was my favourite and then this extremely talented author brings out the next and I say it all over again. Master Romano, he had me falling in love with him from the very first page! I absolutely loved his character. I loved him and Raven together! They were so much fun to read about. Raven was an awesome female lead – I loved her! The pull between the two characters was so real and I could feel that as a reader. I would absolutely recommend reading this series in order to get the best reading experience of these characters. I am really looking forward to the next book in the series!

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Chelsea Foster

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This isn’t my normal read for starters. I really enjoyed that it was action-packed and a bit suspenseful. I usually watch things like this and not read them. Romano and Raven were drawn to one another from the start and I really loved reading their story come to life on the pages. Sort of like Romeo and Juliet they are from two completely different worlds and aren’t supposed to be together, it breaks every rule. They can’t be not together though so they are faced with the trials that come with it.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book 4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Kerry Baker

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was so exciting to see another book in this series, I had to start reading it straight away as I couldn’t wait. I was instantly transported straight back into the world that this author has so imaginatively created. This book, like the others, just adds to how outstanding this series is. Each one I think is better than the last and that the author surely can’t do any better. Each time she shows us just how much more she has to give.
The characters and the story blend so well in this book. Each compliments the other and makes the book all the better. This author is one I now never fail to pick up and read as I always know I am going to get an amazing story. This is one series I would highly recommend.

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Master Romano (Masters of the Consulate Book #4) by Sylvia Black – Review by Angela Hayes

Master RomanoMaster Romano by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

5 Stars

 

Master Romano is the fourth book in the Masters of the Consulate series by Sylvia Black. It is a fantastic addition to this paranormal romance series- with vampires, witches, curses, feuds, agendas, an underworld society, politics, the supernatural, magic, danger, tension, intrigue, drama, emotion, superb world-building, twists, dramatic turns, opposites attract, duty, responsibility, choices, challenges, and a whole lot of sizzlingly HOT developments.
Even though this is the fourth book in the series, I really recommend reading the other three books before beginning this one. Each book in the series focuses on its own separate couple, but as there are interconnected details, as well as recurring characters that span the series- I really recommend reading from the beginning and seeing what has happened right from the start, as each instalment contains information that I feel would help you to better appreciate this book, and the series as a whole. And the series seems to get better and better with each new addition, making it extremely hard to pick a favourite from the four (so far).
I am really thrilled to find that there are 12 books planned for this series! Colour me excited!
Can’t wait for the next instalment!!!
Happy Reading!

Thank you, Sylvia Black!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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