Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2020
In No Love Lost Lexi Blake expertly weaves three tales. The story of Kim and Beck, one of lies, betrayal and secrets. The conclusion of the original Masters and Mercenaries series that began with The Dom Who Loved Me. And the conclusion to the Levi Green storyline that has had so many readers truly hating the villain.
These stories are weaved together as Beck and Kim learn about second chances and communication but most of all forgiveness. We are given a look at the original Masters and their families as they deal with hitting their 50s and dealing with teenage hormones. The Lost Boys come back to take care of their own. Ian’s birthday brings together the whole family showing us that family is about more than blood, even when blood is shed and our favorite hero cries.
Lexi Blake shows true mastery taking us, the readers, around the globe and home again. Bringing together all of the men, women and children, all of the doms and their subs, and all of the ones that were lost, once again to help their own.
The beauty of forgiveness and the meaning of family is the central themes of this book. Beck and Kim forgiving themselves and each other. The Lost Boys healing someone who is broken through stories of their fallen brother. And murder, although I prefer to think of it as justice.
I cannot say enough about this book. I loved every minute of it. It is now one of my favorite books and I look forward to reading it again. I also can’t wait to see where we go from here beginning with Hutch’s book. Watching the next generation become Masters and Mercenaries