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Master No (Masters and Mercenaries Book 9) by [Blake, Lexi]
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  • File Size: 984 KB
  • Print Length: 350 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1937608433
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: DLZ Entertainment, LLC (August 4, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 4, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00XAK87E8
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WOW! Just wow! I will start by saying I love this series and I seem to get hooked a little more each time a new book comes out. Master No is darker than the other books in the series, BUT it fits as Ten is darker than the others. Ten and Faith are together for not completely honest reasons, however that changes somewhere along the lines. Their interactions are explosive, both sexual and not. There are times that they both act like children but pull out of that. There was not a slow part in this book. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. I laughed in parts and I cried. Have tissue handy. When I finished this book I was just speachless. It sunk its claws into me and does not want to let go, there has been a day between when I finished the book and writting this review and it is still on my mind.
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I make no secret of the fact that I adore this series. I think that Ms. Blake has created a world where the readers feel as if they have found friends in the characters on the pages. If I could pick myself up and move into the M&M world, I would do so in a heartbeat. And this book only made me want to run into the world even faster than normal.
I read this book on release day one sitting. Couldn't put it down. Right from the prologue I wanted to do nothing more than hug Tennessee. He viewed himself as so alone in the world. Even those he considered friends, like Big Tag, where still people that he expected to leave him at any moment. He didn’t see in himself the ability, or even the worth, to make those lasting connections. In Faith, he found someone who in many ways was alone in life too. But she was someone that although may not have had many strong connections, was able to see the worth and importance.
Ms. Blake’s talent for creating characters that fit and work together is amazing. Even though this was a mission for Ten, right from the beginning he knew there was something different. For someone whose whole life was dedicated to completing the mission, he was finding it difficult to be ONLY about the mission. And let’s not forget the sex! You may never look at a desk and binder clips in the same way again. As usual, the sex scenes are scorching …hot and yet always with the underlying tender emotions between the characters.
There is a difference between this Masters and Mercenaries book and the rest of the series. It is very much darker than the others in the series. The humor that is trademark in this series is present, but it’s not as abundant as in other books. But this makes sense to me.
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I feel I should start by saying that Masters & Mercenaries is my absolute favorite romance series, hands down. I love the characters, the character development, the mixture of action with humor, and the romance is always delicious and creative.


That being said, I hate to admit that Master No was really difficult to read. A lot of the content was repetitive, including a generous portion of the inner dialogue, which became quite exhausting to get through. It felt like only bad things happened from the very beginning, and there was never any real reprieve from it. The character development was horrendously lacking... Ten and Faith kept repeating their predictable feelings over and over and over, ad nauseum, until the very very end of the book, when we finally get a tiny shred of happiness in the story. But the usual happy-ending payoff was shadowed by the soul crushing loss of Theo and the way the already emotionally stunted and socially distant Erin had to suffer that heart-shattering "development". AND THEN, finding out Theo is alive, only to have him trapped in a never-ending cycle of torture and memory reprogramming? By the very end of the story, I had a headache from crying so hard (and not happy tears, like usual), I was worn out from just getting through the book, and I felt like everything.was.awful.

I will admit that the action and suspense were nail-biting. And if you're looking for an edge-of-your-seat non-stop thriller with a pretty largely unresolved ending, then this is definitely for you. But, for me, I started my day off terribly by finishing this book at 2 a.m., and in the future I will probably be more cautious about buying subsequent books in this series before reading a hefty selection of reader reviews.
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“Master No” is Lexi Blake’s ninth story in the Masters and Mercenaries series and I have to say that this story has really stuck to me. My heart aches for certain characters, but I also love that we finally get a book about Tennessee (Ten) and a new woman has been added to the group!

Tennessee (Ten) Smith is a man who's a ghost. Not only was he fired from the Agency he worked for, but they erased all traces of him. Ten is a man who seeks revenge for what happened to his family and what he went through. He’s ready to use a woman particularly Faith McDonald to do just that. 
 He's gone through every pro and con was known, but one thing Ten did factor in was that he would fall for the beautiful woman he was about to destroy. 

Will he be able to go head with his revenge or will his love be enough for him?

This story been written so well that I immediately went back and re-read the book. I don’t normally do that, but Ten has always been a mysterious guy till now and I didn’t want to have missed anything. I really loved the way Ten was confident and protective of Faith, but at the same time staying completely focused on the mission. 

Faith McDonald should have been a woman angry and screaming, but instead when she heard all the information about what was being used behind her back she does the unthinkable. She gears up to help take down the enemy even if it means going again her own blood. She’s a fighter you can’t help but admire her while reading. 

(Note: These all can be read as a standalone, but I HIGHLY recommend reading this series in order because past characters will be in the following installments.)

~Tempting Sexy Thoughts
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