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  • Perfect beginning to the next series!

    Hutch was everything I hoped for and more! He is also not looking for anything permanent but falls completely the moment he meets Noelle. He messes things up a few times, but with help from his friends he keeps things on track until he learns to do it himself. Noelle is just starting a new and exciting phase in her life, and she has lots of doubts about herself as well. While both are extremely intelligent, they have issues expressing their feelings clearly to the other. Even when Noelle sees it all falling apart, once she logically thinks through things, she sees the reality over her emotions The story was full of twists, turns, excitement, subterfuge, and mystery. I loved every second because you never knew where the next seemingly innocuous thing would take you, or when what seemed so apparent became murky. We also get the set-up of the big bad, which seems even scarier than the last big bad, so more suspense and action are coming, and you can just taste it!

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  • Loved it

    5 Star Review of Submission Impossible (Masters and Mercenaries: Reloaded #1) by Lexi Blake   Whenever I pick up a book by Lexi Blake I know that I am in for a captivating read and Submission Impossible was no different. I was excited to learn of this new branch of the Masters and Mercenaries series. This is Greg Hutchins and Noelle LaVigne’s story. Greg is used to being behind the scenes handling for McKay Taggart and is not used to being out in the field. Shocked when he is given a field assignment he has no idea that he will finally find the piece that has been missing from his life. Noelle has had a hard life but she is now on track, focused on her job and not much else. When danger rears it’s head, it is up to Hutch to convince Noelle that she can trust him and the feelings that are developing between them. Submission Impossible is a fast paced story filled with suspense, danger, intrigue and emotions that had me on the edge of my seat. Lexi Blake had me fully invested from the first chapter to the last and I have no hesitation in recommending this book.

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  • Great beginning for a new series

    Noelle LaVigne worked hard to get to where she is. She overcame a crippling car accident and learned to walk again, went away to college, lives on her own, and now has a job that allows her to continue her research. Working for Genedynamics is a dream job until Noelle suspects someone has hacked into her computer and her coworker had an “accident” in her lab one night. While home, Noelle mentions this to her father Armie LaVigne, the sheriff of Papillion, Louisiana. Calling in a favor from Ian Taggert, Noelle is assigned a bodyguard, Kyle Hawthorne, and a tech wizard Greg “Hutch” Hutchins to help her find out what is going on at Genedynamics. Together the three of them try to find out what is actually going on with the company and its owner Jessica Layne. Submission Impossible is the first book in the Masters and Mercenaries Reloaded series. We have met the characters in this story as young children. This story takes place as they are all adults and the crew at MT are older and raising teens. Noelle, Hutch and Kyle all have issues that they have to work through as well as the job of keeping Noelle alive. There are some absolutely hysterical moments throughout the story with Kyle sounding as sarcastic as Ian. There are scenes of d/s in the story and some rope play, but the focus of the story is the relationships between the characters as they work together to find out what is going on at Genedynamics. I really enjoyed this first book and can’t wait for the next book in the series.

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  • Entertaining!!

    I didn’t realize when I started Submission Impossible that the heroine, Noelle, is the daughter of the hero in the Butterfly Bayou series. I just love it when an author crosses over series and brings back well loved characters. We also get the many characters from the original Masters & Mercenaries series. I’ve enjoyed all these characters, and it helped create an instant connection to this new series. Hutch was great. He was very protective of Noelle and I like that he had to pursue her. I’m a sucker for a guy-chase-girl story. And then there’s Kyle. It’s funny how he felt like a main character and yet he wasn’t the hero. He never took away from Hutch as the hero, but he sure did make things a lot more interesting. I’m looking forward to getting his book. This was a great start to the spin off of Masters & Mercenaries.

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  • Great start to the Series!

    Great start to the Masters and Mercenaries: Reloaded Series! SUBMISSION IMPOSSIBLE is Noelle LaVigne and Greg "Hutch" Hutchins' story. Noelle is the daughter of Armie LaVigne and Stepdaughter of Lila Daley from BUTTERFLY BAYOU. I loved seeing Noelle all grown up and perusing her career as a scientist like she wanted to in Butterfly Bayou. But her brilliance is the reason she has some people after her, even though she is denial over that fact. Now that Noelle is no longer living in her small town her father hires McKay-Taggert to investigate what is happening at Genedyne Labs, the biochemical company where she works. Hutch has been in a few of the Master and Mercenaries books but in this one his roll is front and center, guard Noelle and find out who is after her, and he does this by pretending to be her boyfriend! I'm sure neither one expected the sparks to fly when they were together but they did, and Hutch certainly didn't expect to find out that Noelle was signed up to begin classes at Sanctum....something he wasn't to happy about. The chemistry between Hutch and Noelle was great. I loved that he didn't look at her differently because she had a disability, in fact I think I loved him more because of that fact. The story line was intriguing and will keep you guessing on who the bad guy is for a while because there are so many things going on you don't know who you can trust. If you enjoy Romantic Suspense or BDSM Romances I would recommend this book to you. You do not have to have read any of the previous books where Noelle or Hutch have appeared because this is an entirely new story and can be read as a standalone. Happy Reading!!! **I have voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book for my Blog, Nadine's Obsessed with Books**

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