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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1515052206
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- Publication Date: August 5, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XYS7NCI
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This had several surprises. Miller is so protective of Mercy and a total alpha male. Mercy is heroic and shed a few tears with her story. Another phenomenal story from Lani Lynn Vale.
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.
Another thing that I love about Vale's books while it may seem over the top, are the crazy moments the women sometimes get into or behave. They're fun, they're loose and not proper and I just didn't see that anywhere in this story. Same with Double Tap which probably didn't help my opinion of that book either. I loved that we got to see the bond of brothers between the Spurlock men.
This story had great potential, just could have been better.
Mercy, the female MC of this novel, was first introduced in Bang Switch. She's a friend of Memphis. Miller was also introduced earlier in the series and he was roommates with Downy in book 3. He's also responsible for the wall, which is by far my favorite part of book 3.
They meet under very traumatizing circumstances but they grow together and find true happiness. The only thing I didn't like was one slightly disjointed part of the story - when Miller's mom meets Mercy and then a moment just a few chapters later - it's like his mom is a completely different person in those two parts. Otherwise it's a great story.