Chaos & Communion by Jamie Craig

The Master Chronicles, Book 5

Amber Allure

Vampire BDSM Ménage (M/M/F)

ISBN: 978-1-60272-222-4 (Electronic)

ISBN: 978-1-60272-944-5 (Paperback)

Reviewed by Ley

   

 

Jesse Madding has not fully recover from the nightmare he lived through at the hands of his lover’s enemy, Marcus Brooker.  Jesse blames himself for what happened. He tries to hide the lasting effects of the brutal torture he endured from his lovers, Gideon Keel and Emma Coolidge, but without much success.  Jesse’s relationship with his lovers will never be the same unless he can find a way to move past what happened and make himself whole again.  One solution is to stop Marcus before he sells his soul to evil.  Gideon and Jesse agree to be transported to an alternative dimension where they can prevent Gideon’s past lover Mary from being killed and save Marcus’ soul.

Chaos & Communion is fascinating.  The story opens with a sad, broken and confused Jesse.  He’s nothing like the full of life man of the previous installments of this series.  Marcus Brooker broke him and left a man who barely ate and was afraid to sleep for fear of reliving the hell he went through.  I hurt for him, as well as Emma and even Gideon, who is not one of my favorite people but he loves Jesse and Emma and that is honestly the greatest reason of the short list as to why I care for him.  Every time I read one of these books the talent of Jamie Craig amazes me. Chaos & Communion is a rather complicated story of alternate universes and altering lives to change the outcome of future events.  Ms. Craig did a fantastic job with this complex story.  As with the previous books of this series, there is heavy BDSM, blood play and violence.  I strongly recommend reading the prior books in the Master Chronicles series before reading this one, you will get much more enjoyment from this story by knowing the history of the characters.

     

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