Sins Of The Master

The long awaited sequel to MASTER that begins where THE LINE TRILOGY ends.
In 1995, Jahn Zaleski left Ukraine and became Dylan Tyler, world renowned photographer and recluse, only seen by those chosen to serve him.
Nineteen years later, he has everything he needs to stay hidden from the world, but sex, wealth and technology won’t shield him from the memory of the woman he left behind. With origins forged in violence and death, Dylan knows that love can never be part of his life, and even those who call him Master must never know of the darkness that resides in him.
But others won’t let the past stay buried. Adele Easton is facing a long term in prison, unless she can prove that Dylan is more than what he appears. As secrets are uncovered, Adele finds herself ill-prepared for the Pandora’s Box she opens and the terror she unleashes.
Dylan becomes aware of the danger when troublesome ally, Mairead Vaughn, unwittingly becomes a player in a complex game of espionage, murder and vengeance. A problem shared is now a problem that is rapidly growing out of control, and the sins of the Master are about to be visited upon anyone he has ever cared for.

Sins of the Master is a standalone novel that is a sequel to Master, but takes place nineteen years later. The main character was originally introduced in A Line Crossed, the second book of The Line Trilogy. Master is the story of his past.

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See also Master

- Nominated for best BDSM book for the 2016 BDSM Writer's Convention 


  • Reviews for Sins Of The Master

    "Loved this book kept me on the edge of my seat....Loved they way the story goes back to the master and entwines with miaraid and James story. The action and suspense was compelling and the sex steamy. Will be looking out for more books by this author." - Cheralina

    "Wow! This is one of the best series of books I've read in this genre for an age. I've never written a review before and I have hundreds of books on my kindle. The plot is complex as it occurs over a long period, the writing is great and smooth. Read all the Fine Line books first and get the history to really enjoy it, I throughly recommend this book!" -  Vanilla-spritz

    "Catherine Taylor is an accomplished writer .I read Master and was disappointed when I t thought it was a stand alone book,so when I found the line trilogy. I. couldn't believe my luck .however Sins of a master was the best discovery yet. great end to Lena and Johns story" -  Kindle Reader

    "Amazing finish to a brilliant series of books, the characters are as endearing as ever and the plot was gripping. I would definitely recommend this. I would recommend the whole series! Love this author, wonderful characters." - Kindle Book Review