With each passing day of her internship at the Sante Fe Opera House, Christine Davis discovers something new, something exciting—and something frightening. Hidden in the twisting labyrinths beneath the theater is a mysterious man in a mask who, Christy’s convinced, is as real as the rose he left on her desk—and as passionate as the kiss that burns on her lips. He tells her to call him “Master,” and Christy can’t deny him. But when her predecessor—a missing intern—is found dead, Christy wonders if she’s playing with fire…
After the upheaval of the past few novels that I have read I needed to retreat back to the Opera House to center myself. When we left Christine the apprentice that she fortuitously replaced has been found dead in the very cellars that are haunted by her ghost.
“Tell me, little bird – have you seen him?”
The woman nodded sharply at the painting. “I think you have. I knew he liked you.”
Master of the Opera Act 2: Ghost Aria draws the reader further into Christy’s new world and then begins to question the true motivations of the other players. She is torn between the childhood crush, on the suddenly interested and controlling Roman and the Ghost to whom she is inexplicably drawn. Whenever I read one of Jeffe Kennedy‘s stories I feel like one of the birds who gobbled up the bread crumbs that Hansel and Gretel dropped to mark their way home, it is over too soon and I am left looking for more.
AUTHOR: Jeffe Kennedy
RATING: 3 1/2 Stars
Disclaimer: ARC was kindly provided by the publisher for an honest review.
- Master of the Opera Act 1: Passionate Overture (Master of the Opera) – Jeffe Kennedy (pennydreadfulbooks.me)