Miami Masters Collection

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Strong, dominant men. Feisty, independent women in need of help.

Seven troubled young men from varied backgrounds bonded together at a summer camp for juvenile delinquents – a bond that held them together into adulthood and grew stronger through their shared interest in the lifestyle.

In this six-book collection, each confirmed bachelor will meet that one woman who will complete him, save her from the trouble plaguing her and, using all his experience and trips on their specially designed, co-owned yacht, help her succumb to her HEA with pleasure.

Publisher’s Note: This compilation contains all six books of the Miami Masters series. These steamy contemporary romances include elements of power exchange, as well as ménage.

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2 reviews for Miami Masters Collection

  1. Redrabbitt

    I am always excited when I see a new book by BJ Wane, and for it to be a new series, is especially exciting. Wow, this one did not fail to deliver. It is an on-the-edge-of-your-seat thriller, with a wonderful cast of characters, plenty of action, suspense, mystery, life and death situations, angst, and then you have dominant men and plenty of BDSM action.

  2. Julie

    B.J.Wane has done it again. I always enjoy her books; they keep you glued to the seat with each turn of the page until the end of the book. I especially love a collection book which impatienc3to find out what happens next is always lurking. This collection is in my top five favorites of all time.

    The characters are well defined, who finally admit it heir struggles and who are on the lookout for a series killer posing as a DOM who’s attention there is only to hurt the women.

    These seven men in the series have been friends since they were teenagers have remained friends now in their thirties. 

    There is so much action; danger, mystery, emotions go wild. I love this page-turning series, and this one is no exception.

    I received a free copy of this book. This honest review was posted voluntarily.

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