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ISBN# (13) 978-0-373-60544-6
June 2010
Harlequin Spice
413 pages
Erotic Historical Romance
Rating: 5 Cups

The Master and the Muses is an emotional interwoven set of stories about three inspiring women as each is bewitched by the rebellious, romantic master of art and seduction, Thomas Rodin.

Helen is the innocent searching for her independence, Sara, the upstart determined to rise above her class status and Grace, the courtesan struggling to survive the life fate has dealt her. Each woman’s individuality sparks Rodin’s imagination with their beauty and passion fueling his creativity along with their pleasures.

Artist Thomas Rodin is meticulous when it comes to his work, and his work is his life. He is infatuated with women. They are his inspirations, his muses. Under constant ridicule by the upper class critics of London’s art world, Rodin continues to create controversy with the critics in his tireless quest to try new exotic venues and projects.

McIntyre’s The Master and the Muses is a creative story told in three sub-books from the point of view of each woman as they meet and interact with Thomas, the main male character and each other. By limiting the view point of each character to their own perceptions, the reader is reminded how easy it is to misjudge other people and situations. Telling the story in this manner creates an emotional connection between the reader and each character as the reader can relate to the emotions and story of each woman. The Master and the Muses is a must read for anyone that enjoys historical romances.

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