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    Excellent book

    I started reading this masters and mercenaries book with preconceive notions. The hero had appeared in a couple of previous masters and mercenaries books and I didn't like him he was an arrogant little twit. Well Lexi Blake first you make me think he wasn't that bad then you made me think I liked him and finally you made me love him. That is a wonderful feat of writing. Thank you Lexi Blake for another wonderful masters and mercenaries book you all need to read the entire series
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    Having met Kash back a few books ago, I thought I knew where this would head, but, nope, and wasn't that refreshing! Before anyone wonders, this is a fairy tale, with the King marrying a commoner, and they get their HEA. The path, while familiar, has some nice twists, for both our characters, and Ian, when he makes an appearance, is actually a sage of advice Kash and Day knew each other in university in England, but their paths don't cross again until his mother presents her as his bride. While he had been upset by mom choosing his bride, once he sees it is Day, he decides to stop fighting it. What really happens next is a questioning of stereotypes, of what society has drilled into our heads, what we believe about ourselves, and how to never stop looking at yourself and what makes you happy As always, family is at the centre of the story. Whether born or made, family is the support people need. Kash learns how time can dim and twist memories of family, and Day realizes for all she has accomplished, she is alone. It wouldn't be a Lexi book if she didn't make me cry, at least once, but these two had been tearing up on a regular basis. Their differences seemed too much to overcome, their interactions too painful to witness, I didn't think they could pull it together. At the end of it all, you will love Kash, he truly is amazing, so stick with him. The whole thing would've crumbled so many times if not for his poise and grace, so forgive his outbursts, he doesn't get to have them often

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