Celluloid Cage by Crawford Rhine

celluloidcageTitle: Celluloid Cage
Series: Masters and Servants, # 3
Author: Crawford Rhine
Genre: Erotic Romance / Futuristic / Ménage
Length: Novel (205 pages)
Publisher: eXtasy Books Inc. (April 15th 2015)
Heat Level: Erotic
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts

Blurb: A marked man enters The Service and is assigned to the hottest action-adventure movie star on the planet. However, he is not the only one who wants the star’s attention.

Brand is excited to enter The Service and even more excited to meet his new Master. He is assigned to Zane Wooding, an action-adventure movie star and a real man’s man. Zane is famous for his body more than his acting, but the paparazzi and his legions of fans don’t seem to care. Brand has to dodge the pitfalls of being with someone so famous and even begins to fall for his Master, but he also becomes a target for those that are jealous of Zane’s interest in him.

While his Master protects him from outsiders, the evil is much closer to home.

ISBN: 978-1-4874-0233-4

Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/Celluloid-Cage/?author_id=1014

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Brand is a college student who enlists in the service and gets a call that he has been chosen. Brand seemed excited yet nervous at first until he meets his master Zane Wooding, an actor. Zane is smoking hot but feels most only see his body and looks and not the man he actually is inside. He seemed insecure about a few things throughout.

There is a lot of sex in this book, every few pages, between Brand and Zane and with multiple partners. Most of it was steamy and hot. I liked the way that Brand and Zane gained more confidence in themselves as the story progressed. They each helped boost each other up when it was needed.

I hated Casey. Zane should have never let him watch over Brand while he was gone. The way Casey treated Brand was horrifying. It broke my heart that another human being would be that cruel to another. It was sickening.

It was an OK read with some intense scenes that I didn’t care for as they disturbed me. But I did enjoy Cade, Shawn, Zane and Brand’s connections as they seemed to fit well together and certainly help when things turned sour.

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