- File Size: 1024 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
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,811 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Master No (Masters and Mercenaries Book 9) Kindle Edition
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This book did take me a bit longer to get into then the others but I had a hard time putting it down. I had to find out what happened to Faith and Ten.
I also felt the Lexi gave us 2 for one. We had Ten and Faith's story which was nicely resolved in the end but we also had Erin and Theo's stroy. This didn't end the way I had hoped but it does give us a glimpse at the future of McKay-Taggart.
I was bawling at the end and excited for more in this series.
I also got my Big Tag fix. I love that guy!
I read this book on release day ...in 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. Ten is a darker character …he’s a man who started life in a trashcan and has lived his entire life in the dark. It only makes sense that his story is dark, leading him into lightness. Adding to the darkness is the moment that all fans of the series have been nervously awaiting since Adored. I won’t spoil, but it’s a moment that utterly broke my heart …a “put the book down and just cry” moment. But I trust Ms. Blake that it will all work out and I have no doubt that the happy tears will eventually outnumber the sad tears.
Every new book in this series I say is the best …and it’s no different this time. Master No is a whirlwind ride of friendship, family, love, despair, hate, heartbreak and happiness. Ultimately, I think the book and Ms. Blake show a lot about life in general …not every person’s story is always happy and funny, sometimes it’s sad and dark …but it’s their story and hopefully, like Ten and Faith, they can find the love in the end.