Master of Sin By Sienna Snow



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From beloved contemporary romance author Sienna Snow comes a dark and delicious tale of indulgence and passion. Enter the world of the gorgeous gods of Las Vegas — if you dare.

It was always him.

The one I shouldn’t want, shouldn’t crave, the one who could destroy my carefully built life.

Hagen Lykaios was the essence of sin, indulgence, and danger – everything I knew to avoid.

All it took was one unexpected touch, and he consumed me, left me begging, needy, and hungry for more.

He said if I entered his world he would corrupt me, own me, and change all that I had ever known…and you know what? I went anyway.




Inspired by her years working in corporate America, Sienna loves to serve up stories woven around confident and successful women who know what they want and how to get it, both in – and out – of the bedroom.

Her heroines are fresh, well-educated, and often find love and romance through atypical circumstances. Sienna treats her readers to enticing slices of hot romance infused with empowerment and indulgent satisfaction.

Sienna loves the life of travel and adventure. She plans to visit even the farthest corners of the world and delight in experiencing the variety of cultures along the way. When she isn’t writing or traveling, Sienna is working on her “happily ever after” with her husband and children.


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descriptiondescriptionSOAPBOX: I’ll be honest I took a star off this book over the fact that the heroine was a 27-year-old virgin. I am SO tired of this trope. There was legit ZERO reason this heroine needed to be a virgin at her age. She was successful. She went to college. She apparently had multiple degrees and built her own company, and she was a-ok with getting kinky; her being a virgin was eye rolling. It’s 2019, can we just please STOP with this type of heroine…sigh. 
descriptionSo off my soapbox…apart from the whole “virgin” thing I enjoyed this one a lot. The writing was good. It was well paced. The plot was engaging. It was pretty insta-love with virtually no angst. There wasn’t any OW or OM drama. The sex was smokin’ hot and plentiful. It had a great cast of secondary characters. Both Penny and Hagen were extremely likable main characters. Last, it was all wrapped up in an OK happy for now ending. I suppose we will see more of this couple in the other books. 
descriptionSo yea, I feel like I should apologize for docking a star from this book, but I can’t. As a reader, I am just burnt out on the whole “virgin” trope. Especially in a case like this where it didn’t fit with the heroine’s character AT ALL. There was ZERO reason she needed to be a virgin, and If it hadn’t been for that this book would have gotten at least 4 Stars, maybe more. SIDE NOTE The age timeline in this one didn’t work for me either. The heroine is supposed to be 27. Went to Stanford and got multiple degrees. Gave her life up to raise her brother who is now basically 21 and started a whiskey empire almost seven years earlier??!! Not to mention it is stated many times she travelled the world for YEARS etc. Girlfriend should have been in middle 30’s at the very least!description

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