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Publisher's Summary

With a human-pup slave and a werewolf pet, Liam is perfectly content with where his life is - right up until the point where everything shattered. In his haste to satisfy his sire, he makes a choice that fractures the untraditional family he’d created, and he’s left to pick up the pieces in the aftermath. But Zain isn’t a mindless pet, and Caleb isn’t as much a pup as he might seem...and all three of them definitely have opinions on what the future looks like...and who’s in it.

Will a fight for their pup’s affection further damage their relationship, or will it bring them back together?

This is the final book in the Tamed & Trained trilogy, and it cannot be listened to as a standalone. Please hear the warnings on Puppy (Tamed & Trained, Book 1) before starting Caleb, Liam, and Zain’s journey!

©2018 R. Phoenix, M.A. Innes (P)2019 R. Phoenix, M.A. Innes

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Finding where you belong

In Master, we find that when Liam's sire comes to visit, Liam sends Zain away. Zain not really understanding this leaves but then comes back to take their pup with him. He needs Caleb with him. After much deliberation Liam lets Zain take Caleb. And in the end Liam realizes he needs and wants Zain and Caleb with him and doesn't care what his sire thinks.
Narrator JJ Jenness does a good job and it was nice to hear him narrate all three books.

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Puppy Play with a Twist

This is book 3 of this trilogy in the Fate of The Fallen Universe and I am not ready for this to end. This little family unit that is developing has some really sweet moments. I loved how J.J. Jenness narrated this trilogy.

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Brilliant!

I loved the series so much! The first chapters broke my heart but the ending was so so satisfying!

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Incredible Series, JJ Jenness Does a Wonderful Job

What an incredible world R. Phoenix and M.A. Innes build in the Tamed & Trained series. Caleb, Liam, and Zane are such interesting personalities, and seeing how they evolve over the course of the series is a real journey.

The audiobooks are narrated by J.J. Jenness who does a marvelous job with the three distinct character voices, as well as all the side characters in the series.

Dark, and truly unique, I enjoyed the Tamed & Trained series.

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good conclusion

Would I listen to it again: yes
Did the story keep me engaged: yes
Was I invested in the characters: yes
What did I like about the story? imersive story, characters have shown some growth and the story has a good pace. "Master" is a test of their relationship and as mismatched as Liam, Caleb and Zain are - they ARE a family.
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Narrator comment: JJ Jenness has done a reasonable job narrating Master. I found it a little flat at times and I'm not convinced the characters voices really do them justice, but it wasn't enough to distract me from the story.

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amazing audio book

amazing audio book i couldnt put it down
loved it its hot and dirty
im glued to the authors audio books

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Story good, narrator eh

I enjoyed this whole trilogy. I thought it was weird that the driving force behind the main plot complication gave up so easily toward the end. I didn't enjoy how the narrator did Liam's voice. Overall, a good trilogy if it's your kink :)

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Great ending to this series!

This is a great conclusion to Caleb, Zane and Liam's story. There are definitely moments I want to shake Liam but it was great to see how their relationship develops after that happen. Then JJ Jenness did a great job in narrating this one. I like how he does the accents of the characters and it pull me more into the story.

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  • 08-30-19

interesting. Hot! and very easy to listen too!

I love the mix of vamps werewolves and humans. the story was interesting and Hot. Recommended!

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Great Story

This is a great ending to a wonderful series. I really enjoyed revisiting these characters and finally seeing how they would end up. There were ups and downs, misunderstandings, and a real test for them, As mismatched as they seem, they really do belong together and mesh well. The narrator did a good with the story and the characters, especially with the accents. I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy of this audiobook.

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  • 06-13-20

The best book of the series

Saved the best for last, this book was far better than book 1 or 2. Puppy and Alpha.
Although still not my type of book normally I did enjoy this one.

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  • Elin
  • 08-18-19

Good final to the story

Continuing some weeks after the last book, Liam and his pet and pup living comfortable until Isaiah appears and ruins the idyllic life Liam have created for himself.

The premise of the last story is how after being alive some centuries you stop caring to understand the world outside and the ones living in it. Which is the main problem when Liam sends Zain packing and have no understanding as to why his pet would be bothered with this. Or the annoying need his partners have in being told they matter to him.

Liam is frustrating and fun to experience all in one, clueless yet firm in his beliefs. Seeing Caleb introduced to others and see their reaction to his transformation and behaviour and how he grew so completely in to his role as a pup was fun. Even if he struggled with it at times, it was far less than at the beginning.

Zain is lovely in the way he cares for Caleb, wanting nothing more than to keep him happy.

Compared to the first book I thought the Narration was much better in this one, though at times the voice of Isaiah and the Butcher was changed and it was something I took notice of.