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Mercy (Sin City Outlaws) (Volume 2) Paperback – March 21, 2016
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About the Author
M. N. Forgy is the author of the Devil's Dust series. She is a soccer mom by day and a saucy writer by night. She started writing at a young age but never took it seriously until years later, as a stay-at-home mom, she opened her laptop and started writing again. She lives in Missouri with her family.
Philip Alces primarily narrates erotic romance. Some of his titles are bestsellers in that genre, including several by Natasha Knight and Red Phoenix. Having split his youth between California and England, he now spends much of his time in a cabin in the Great North Woods and enjoys savoring the solitude of the outdoors.
Alexandra Shawnee is a New York City-based actress who has narrated numerous nonfiction, romance, and fantasy titles. A graduate of the University of the Arts, Alexandra also has performed in dozens of Off-Broadway and regional theater productions and readings. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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Mercy should not be read as a stand alone novel. Read Reign first.
Sin City Outlaws MC President, Zeek DeLucca and Las Vegas Sheriff, Jillian Adams have defied their peers, friends, and family. They chose their passion for one another even though it was forbidden. Two very different people on very different sides of the law. The heart wants what it wants.
After an explosive scene in the end of Reign, Zeek and Jillian are on the run. They are wanted for the murder of a Sheriff Lieutenant, Jillian’s stepfather. They have stirred the hornets nest with Uncle Frank, the mafia, and the Sin City Outlaws MC. There is nowhere to turn and no one to trust. Everyone is an enemy. Their only hope may be one of Zeek’s most personal enemies and a rival MC that has declared war on the Sin City MC. Zeek is seeking help from his estranged brother Phillip, otherwise known as Lip, and the Devil Dust MC. He’s made enemies and may have to pay with his life. He’s willing to take that risk in order to save Jillian’s life.
Their path has been difficult but now it is impossible.
Mercy was an explosive conclusion!
M. N. Forgy did a fantastic job with Zeek’s story. She created a character that most of the readers hated in the Devil’s Dust MC series. This character was beyond bad, he was evil. Somehow she managed to turn the readers opinion of Zeek DeLucca. She didn’t fix him, she didn’t redeem him, she added multiple layers to an already complex man. She allowed him to struggle with his choices, regret some of his actions, but at the same time own his actions without changing his very character. She allowed him to become human once again. She taught him how to love.
Zeek and Jillian’s story was passionate. Their bond was unbreakable. Their union should of never happened but they embraced it.
Read the Sin City Outlaw Series by M. N. Forgy. It is fantastic! I can’t wait to see what comes next for the Sin City Outlaws.
The romance is hotter in this one (if you can believe it). Except this time it’s different. There is a level of hate and anger between the two them is apparent and it spills over into the bedroom. It’s scorching hot that you are going to be fanning yourself as you turn to the next page. I certainly know that I was doing that.
What I love most about the characters is while there are times that you don’t agree with them or the decisions that they make, you can’t help but root for them. They have each other’s backs and will put their own safety to the wind in order to protect each other. That is love. Putting the other one before them. Zeek finally knows what it’s like to have a family and what that means in regards to love, happiness, and protection. It’s a different kind of family then his MC because he could only trust a few people there.
The story is filled with action from start to finish. My favorite scenes were the ones that Jillian is kicking butt. I love to see the reaction of all those that she fights because the moves she puts on would put Liam Neeson to shame. She knows how to protect herself, and it makes it obvious why Zeek would fall for someone like her. Because she fights back.
This story does end with a HEA for Jillian and Zeek despite the fact that there is a third book planned to come out. No doubt these two will be in the future books because it’s hard to imagine a world of Sin City Outlaw without them in it.
We rejoin Zeek and Jillian after ending of Reign. They are now on the run, and Jillian is slowly breaking, after everything has happened. But she still manages to stay strong and have her fighting spirit.
Zeek may seem like a bad guy, but he is still big hearted throughout this book. He does everything to keep Jillian safe, even facing Devils Dust.
We meet Devil's Dust, and how they are linked to Zeek. Also lies, and secrets come to the surface what could break them, or make them all stronger.
I cannot wait for more from this couple, and series.
I was dying from page to page trying to see what happens next. This book was a non stop adventure from the first page. I highly recommend that you get this book but you must read book one first!