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- Print Length: 418 pages
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- Publisher: DLZ Entertainment, LLC (October 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 25, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01JAJPP6A
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Erin's grit and determination to salvage what she could with the new Theo was perfectly tempered and well executed against Theo's own woebegone attitude regarding his current circumstances. Going into this story I can honestly say I wasn't a big fan of Erin-she was almost too tough and snarky for me to believe she really loved Theo the way he deserved. However, now that I've read Submission cover to cover..I'm completely in Erin's corner and I seriously want to throat punch Theo for making everyone positively miserable!
Theo and Erin's story was darker than the others in the sense that.. instead of fighting an outside foe, Theo was fighting himself. It was harder for him to face his own weaknesses than it was to face his worst enemy. The story also continually hit on the McKay-Taggart group's core strength-the wonderfully supportive bonds of family, whether they be blood or not, and how strongly those bonds anchored this tight knit group together.
Lexi did a fantastic job stripping Erin and Theo down and building them back up together! While I do wish Theo would have opened his eyes to his family way sooner than he did, the ending probably wouldn't have been as poignant. At any rate, this was another great entry in the Masters and Mercenaries series and I can't wait to see what happens next!
After he was thought to be dead, Theo is back but has no memory of his previous life, the woman he loved or what to do with baby he now has. He was drugged by a crazy doctor and reprogrammed to do her dirty work. But piece by piece it's starting to come back.
Erin is the mother if his child and he was the love of her life. She is a tough, independent woman and it took forever for her to finally admit her feelings and then she loses him. She will do anything to get back the man she loves. Can she get him to love her again or will she lose him again only this time it won't be to death.
My favorite quote:
It was worse with Erin since she knew how to kill a man a hundred different ways and had named her gun.
Theo may never be exactly the same but he is still hers.
The twist with Hutch was just......Wow. Totally didn't see that coming.
And as always that darn Ian is my favorite! He is so funny. His humor is so warped. Lol
I miss Adam and Jake. I hope they get their own spin-off. We get a very small dose of Adam at the end of this book.
The only complaint I have is that I felt the same emotions were repetitive. Too repetitive. I found myself skimming through paragraphs.
I really enjoy how all these characters make a strange mismatched family. All the stories intertwine.
Will be reading more. Keep them coming Lexie!
This story is not my favorite but not my least favorite either.The story was heart wrenching in some spots. you could feel Erins angst jump off the page. And there was a LOT of it. It got a bit frustrating at some points.
There are some parts where the inner monologue went on just too long for me and often felt repetitive. Some of the discussion of the mission and search for Hope dragged on a bit too and occasionally i found myself skipping paragraphs trying to get back to Erin and Theo but i do admire the detail that goes into the story and dialogue of those scenes.
There was a bit of a twist that I was kind of hoping for that puts one character at unlikely hero status.
MT family is growing and there are soooo many characters now. Luckily it isnt necessary to keep track of them all but....its a lot. Also, not quite as much D/ s or sex at all as in prior books. But always LB weaves a great story overall.
I will read Nicks story but I would also like to see Roberts story now as well.
Plus, there's no humor. Not that much Ian. Zero fun.
I'm sensing this series is losing its steam, and hints are we're going back to London, probably because the Lawless spinoff and Topped spinoff are set in Dallas but that won't give us much of the Taggerts. I think they need to just--you know--solve cases. Make this series erotic suspense without new couples every book because that's getting flat. If you can't make Theo and Erin's story burn up the page then it's hard to imagine some other couple doing it.
Of course 3 stars is my minimum with Lexi, because she's fabulous and I love her. I just want a little more in return :).
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I love all the men of the Masters and Mercenaries series.
Ian is still my number one guy. Love him more and more with each book.Read more