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Execution Style (Code 11- KPD SWAT Book 4) by [Vale, Lani Lynn]
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  • File Size: 1620 KB
  • Print Length: 344 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: August 5, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XYS7NCI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,743 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Another great book from Lani Lynn Vale. Sometimes when an author writes about a group of alpha males the stories are the same man meets woman , woman is weak man saves woman.but every man and his woman has its own story. I love that about this writer.
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Oh, Miller Genuine and Mercy Me... I do believe you are my FAVORITE couple of the SWAT series so far!

Besides the awesomeness that is Miller and Mercy, you get to hear from so many of your other favorite Lani Lynn Vale characters, something I always look forward to in these books! You also get the requisite love-to-hate bad guys, some exciting danger/action scenes, some sexy goodness and did I mention a WWE smackdown between the Dixie Wardens/Spurlocks and some Hulk Hogan wannabes?

But back to my two new favorite people-

Mercy... I love her like I love all of the signed pretties on my bookshelf... and that is so damn much. She remained amazingly strong throughout one of the toughest situations a heroine has ever had to go through. I admired her courage, her kindness and her honesty. The crap she had to put up with was ridiculous but instead of dwelling on it, she grabbed it by the balls, twisted them suckers and moved on with the love and support of her family and friends.

Miller... I'm gonna throw it out there. I wanted to eat him up... just like my favorite white layered birthday cake. I truly saw no flaws in him. His determination, his protectiveness, his possessive streak and his unconditional love for Mercy made me want to go back for a second helping. I loved how gentle and sweet he was with her but I really became a drool monkey over him when he FINALLY turned into "Unleashed Miller". That. Was. Hot. And to know that he was holding it back until she asked for it... *swoon*

The paintball scene, the Chinese doctor, the banter between the Spurlock brothers... even with the sensitive subject matter, there were plenty of fun moments in the story. And those chapter titles...
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Not my favorite. I kind of chalk it up to "Double Tap" kind of all over the place and no real substance to it. I loved the last book, gave me my Lani Lynn Vale fix I like to get.

I loved Miller. I loved Mercy. I especially loved seeing the appearance of Sam from her first book. Which is why I really love her novels, the series may be separate but all the characters are somehow tied to each other. I felt like the story line itself was very inconsistent and things would jump randomly. There was a lot of continuity issues and I think that's because of the constant jumping around. After they consummated their relationship it was assumed that they were still consummating but then while they're on vacation they decide to take their relationship to the next level...I also felt there was a lot of build up towards moments that you expected to take the story somewhere. Like they were worried about what people in the town would think about them being pregnant...and then nothing even went there with that.
One moment that really bugged me, I can't explain why, was at the end when they were driving home after the auction and in Mercy's thoughts she was complaining about how Miller is never rough with her, and always gives excuses when she asks for it. Then when she blows up at him, he says all she had to do was ask (as if she never did before)...she did...at least that's what her inner thoughts said. It was those types of inconsistencies that didn't help the book.
For some reason the chapters would end on a note that something was going to happen and nothing did or was really poorly explained in the next, like a recap. To me it was kind of pointless to make it seem bigger than it was if it wasn't going to be given proper attention to.
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This book definitely started out on a different note with central characters being introduced during a deplorable act of violence. From that moment Mercy and Miller are drawn to one another and their story begins. I have to say that I found his level of commitment to this woman he didn't even know very strange. I understand that he was there as stability for her after her ordeal but I kept thinking I missed something. Nevertheless, I did really like this book. Mercy is understandably a little bit of an emotional mess a the beginning but, like all Lani Lynn Vale female characters, she is not weak. She's strong, and stubborn, and funny and caring and real. Miller is 100% badass alpha male who will do anything for those he loves. My absolute favorite thing about this book is that it crosses over characters from all the different series so you get Freebirds and Dixie Wardens along with KPD SWAT members. Plus, I'm a sucker for close family members and Miller and his brothers more than fill the bill for me. Five star goodness. Anxiously awaiting the next book.
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These books are so addicting! I read them all quickly as they have a little bit of everything in them and are laugh out loud funny. That said, this one missed the mark.

I was so looking forward to this book but something was off. People have mentioned the "flow" and I have to agree. There were also some inconsistencies.

One thing that I can't seem to get past no matter how many of these books I read is how I get really into a scene and then a new chapter starts. For example, Miller will be in a life or death situation and you read faster to see what happens and then the chapter ends. So you continue on to see what happens and the chapter starts off with Miller talking his brother and you are thinking what the hell happened and then a couple pages later in one paragraph he will explain how the situation panned out.
It is so anti-climatic. I think I'm just going to have to come to grips that this is the authors style. Definitely hard to get used too. I'm sure my explanation didn't help but it is hard to explain. Read the sample and you will know.

Overall, an okay book. Not her best. I wish I had a little more background info on Mercy. Her business and how she came about it is incredible and I think it should have been given more attention. However this book definitely focuses way more on Miller and his job. Like 80/20.

At the end of the day I'm looking forward to Foster's story because it has the potential to be absolutely incredible with how it was set up in this book.
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