Punishing Me by Cat Mason ~Blog Tour w/ Review

Punishing Me, Shaft On Tour, Book 6
By Cat Mason
Release Date: April 2, 2016

Book Blurb

Being the new bassist for Shaft is a dream come true for Ireland Tyler. Sold out stadiums and screaming fans are just bonuses to being able to play music she loves. The only downside is it brings her face to face with a blast from her past and her only regret: Dominick Bradford.

The second in command of security for the band may go by Mack now, but all Ireland sees is the boy who used her and left her broken hearted when they were just seventeen years old. Could this be her chance at revenge after all these years, or will it cause old feelings to rise to the surface and cost more than she is prepared to give?

Mack has been the number two and the butt of most jokes for as long as he can remember. When he is suddenly thrust into the top dog position he is determined to prove he has what it takes to run the security team during the last leg of the tour.

The only thing he didn’t count on was Ireland Tyler.

The wild and crazy bassist is far from the sweet and naïve girl he met all those years ago and it has him wondering how well he really knew her at all. Will Mack be able to resist her and do his job, or will he be consumed by the flames and be the one left wanting more this time?

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Storyline: 5
Angst: 3
Tissue: 0
Value: 5
Panty Scorching: 5
Over All Rating: 4.5 Stars
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Reviewed by Robin

Ireland has joined Shaft and just wants to have fun. When she’s bored and alone, she just needs to create a party for herself. Although they can get a bit out of hand. Everyone just needs to chill! It’s too bad Mack is the glorified nanny of the band. When he screwed her over as her “first love”, she vowed to never give that power to any man again. If she can just ignore him, this band gig should go over just fine, right?

“Over the last few months, he and I have had a great silent agreement. He stays out of my way and I pretend he doesn’t exist. It has worked rather well, if you ask me.

That is, until today, when the asshole decided to do something ‘nice’ and help me carry my bags to my car.

I have no desire to make nice with him. Call it impolite or bad manners, but I see no reason for me to be courteous to the bastard and pretend I have anything for him other than a very strong hatred and an intense desire to relocate his junk from between his legs to between his eyes.

Since both heads have to share that tiny brain anyway, I’d simply be making it easier to relay messages between the two.

Mack was pretty much on my last nerve at the end of the last book with Ireland acting out of control. I was so happy to see him starting to focus and mature a little bit. Jazzie is the BEST. That little girl makes my heart sing and she has me wrapped around her finger as well. She truly stole the story. I loved how the little princess brought Mack and Ireland together. Without her bossiness, I doubt they could have even been in the same room for more than five minutes. Both of them had huge chips and I really enjoyed seeing Mack work to redeem himself.

Now it’s time to be sad and reflect back on all of the awesomeness of the Shaft books. This was a great way to end the series and I will miss my bacon fiend, I mean bacon friend Hunter. Love this band!

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About The Author


Cat Mason is a thirty year old, married mother of three. When she isn’t writing; she is spending time with her kiddos or reading. She was born and raised outside of St. Louis, Missouri, just over the Mississippi River in Granite City, Illinois. Cat writes romance of all kinds with twists of humor.

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