- Series: Masters and Mercenaries
- Paperback: 410 pages
- Publisher: DLZ Entertainment (May 13, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937608131
- ISBN-13: 978-1937608132
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 1 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 215 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #275,307 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Ensemble: Yes, there are many characters that are interwoven into the fabric of each story. Not many authors can adequately create characters who move in and out of the main storyline without you getting frustrated by their lack of depth and development. Story lines get too crowded. Not here though. Lexi is absolutely very talented in this regard with very few exceptions. Even though this is the culmination of Alex and Eve's story, she still manages to add depth to those already introduced and bring a few more into the fold.
Alex and Eve: After former FBI agent Alex totally screwed up a case that led to his then-wife FBI profiler Eve being abducted and tortured for days, they spend the next 5 years in a horrendous state of limbo. Both are damaged by the experience in different ways. Alex and Eve are divorced and still maintaining a barely-there connection with each other through their D/s contact. They can't move forward and they can't go back. They work together though and that complicates everything. When evil raises its ugly head again, everything is going to be resolved, one way or another. It could really be the end of everything. Life isn't fair and sometimes the good guy isn't who you think it is.
Masters and Mercenaries: The series is based on a group of individuals, some former FBI and military, who work special ops for individuals, sometimes the government, and who also just happened to be firmly entrenched in the BDSM world. Lexi creates men who are hot and sometimes a little bit flawed but filled with lots of potential and character. The women aren't all 22 and virgins. They are real women with curves and a little bit of life behind them. I love the way she can weave some humor in as well. Definitely one of my favorite authors. Can't wait for the next one!!!
As always the plot is amazing, this is my favorite book of the series, so far. The characters ate so real, the readers feels like they know them. I am off to read book five and finally get Ian Taggart's story.
Eve and Alex have been divorced for 5 years. They still have a Dom/sub partnership but it's sex only. A case Alex worked on several years ago opens back up again and he goes undercover in a Club as a resident Dom. But he must bring his own sub. Eve goes in the woman's place, so they can fix their marriage.
Sex, new people are introduced, and two people who love each other but don't know how to get back to each other.
This book is by far (in my opinion) the best so far. Eve and Alex, what they had to work through and overcome. I gathered from the previous books that there really likely would be a HEA but during the books there were just so many moment were I thought "no, you can't do this" "no don't let them split" and so on and so on. But they are just perfect for each other and it shows the real fears that can sneak up on anyone.
The book itself was very well written with a steady pace. Liked the development, how the characters were described. Some of the things I did not see coming in the beginning but put together long before it came up in the book. Still good surprises, lots of emotions and a nice little shock to the end (though I saw that one coming)
Truly recommend this book. What a read - even risked not getting enough sleep for work the next day because I just had to finish! Worth it.