Masterful Truth (Trinity Masters Book 10) by Mari Carr, Lila Dubois
An heir to a powerful secret. A writer whose story began with an illicit affair. A man incapable of love.
Tess Hamilton is proud of her family’s history, but being a descendant of one of the founding fathers and a member of the Trinity Masters—America’s oldest and most powerful secret society—has had its drawbacks. A historian at the Smithsonian, Tess enjoys her quiet life. So when the Grand Master tells her not only is the society in danger, but Tess must marry two very different, very sexy men, she knows her calm existence has come to an end.
Isaiah Jefferson makes his living writing thrillers that keep readers on the edge of their seats, but he never expected to become part of a real-life plot. When the Grand Master calls him to the altar to meet his spouses, he’s tasked with solving a mystery…one that turns out to be just as dangerous as anything he could ever write.
The future of the Trinity Masters hangs in the balance, but there is hope if this new, fragile triad can solve the centuries-old mystery. The founders of their society kept a secret—a piece of information so deadly, it could be used to protect them in times of crisis. But Tess, Isaiah and their dangerous third aren’t the only ones following the trail. And their enemies are prepared to kill for the secrets they’re uncovering.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is a fabulous series, and I’ve read each book multiple times. But this book was beyond amazing! I think the best out of the entire series. It was a perfect blend of the writing styles of the two writers. There were so many surprises, I was on the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading. I’m not going to go in to too much detail, because I don’t want to spoil the fun of the story, but readers are going to go nuts for this book.
This book was full of suspense and mystery; surprises around every corner make it one that you’ll not be soon forgetting. The trinity faces obstacles, both within themselves and from an unknown enemy, just like in previous books, but Masterful Truth went beyond that. I found myself laughing at times, and almost in tears at other times, because of the intense emotions of the book. The characters were so real, that I felt like they were friends by the end of the book!
While this book could probably be read on its own, there is much of the back story that you’d be missing out on. While each book focuses on a different trinity, there is also an ongoing story that begins with the first book, and continues with each subsequent book. I highly recommend reading the series in order, as it’s a very complex world that these books are set in, and you’d be missing out on a lot if you don’t.