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    A great start to a new series

    5 Star Review of Memento Mori (Masters and Mercenaries: The Forgotten #1) by Lexi Blake The first in a new series spin off from the hugely popular Masters and Mercenaries. When I heard about this series I jumped at the chance to read. Rescued by McKay Taggart, 6 men wander the world no longer knowing their true identities. Used as experiments they have had their memories stripped from them and they all react in varying ways. This is Jax’s (formally known as Harvey)story and that of the woman who comes into his life River Lee. Now in the town of Bliss to investigate a long abandoned research facility Jax is tormented by his lack of a past and what he did while under the control of the mad doctor. However in Jax has found a little peace in Bliss. However when his past comes back to haunt him, danger will rear it’s head. Will Jax be able to keep River safe or will he lose the woman who has come to mean so much to him? Nobody does romantic suspense books like Lexi Blake. Memento Mori is filled with suspense, danger, intrigue and the growth of a deep and committed love; one that made my heart pound at times. Lexi Blake always ensure that her characters are never one dimensional or superficial and I was engrossed from the first chapter to the last. As always it was great to see some familiar faces pop into the book. I cannot wait to see what Ms.Blake has in store for the rest of The Lost Boys, The Forgotten… as they seek to find their past and in doing so find their future.
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    Surpassed my expectations of being fabulous!

    When two of your favourite series by an authour collide, you have high hopes. When the book more than surpasses those, you squee with delight. I’m squeeing right now because I loved everything about this story Set in Bliss, a small mountain town in Colorado, otherwise known as my happiest place on earth, a group of men without memories are on the run with a disgraced CIA agent Ezra Fain. They were rescued, and are protected, by McKay Taggart, and Ian is along for this ride as well. Jax is our focus, and he finds what he has been missing since he woke up and was rescued in River. River hasn’t had a great time in life, but she gives him a chance. A couple of chances, and then the evil Levi Green happens. But Jax and River aren’t as gullible as he thinks, and make it through River and Jax learn from each other, heal each other, and share some great messages between them. Death shows us life is worth living, and should be lived to the fullest. Love makes everything worthwhile, and a reason to go on and forward. Family and friends are choices, and how you look at the world determines how well you can live your life. I laughed with these two, I shed a few tears with them, and I felt the optimism and positivity they gave off, and I loved that I was along for their journey We also get more on Ezra’s background, a new player in the game, and the big game moves further ahead as chess pieces are moved. There is still so much in the big picture, the end game, that is driving the story forward, but for River and Jax, their future and HEA is set and solid!
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    Momento Mori

    What a great read! Love the Lost Boys! Lexi Blake writes such fantastic books.
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    As usual

    Ms Blake mixe love,thriller and action in an unstopable book.
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    Full of action, adventure, and danger!

    I knew going in to this book that there was a strong connection the the Masters and Mercenaries series by this same author. I had an idea of the general principal of the series. But I had no idea how much of an impact this story would have on me as I read! This was an amazing introduction to his series, and a book that was definitely worthy of its place on my recommend list! Jax and the lost boys were rescued from a mad woman by the M&M guys, but they have no idea who they are, where they came from, or where they belong. They have no past, except what she gave them, their brains were programmed to do despicable things at her word. She even programmed them to kill themselves, instead of get caught! Even though that part of their life is over, they are still dealing with the ramifications. Jax seems to be equal parts naive and mischievous. He has no clue how to survive in the world, but it seems as if he would cause all kids of havoc if he were turned loose. He knows what his strengths are, but that is all. When he runs into River, she is at a low point in her life. She was deceived by a man she though she would spend her life with, who turned out to be a con artist. She has no self esteem, and thinks he can't possibly be looking at her. There is an immediate attraction, that kinda explodes when they are thrown together again. This book was full of action, adventure, danger. But there is also a lot of mistrust, that has to be worked through. Both characters have a lot of issues that they have to get past to make their way to their HEA. I enjoyed the book, and look forward to future visits with the "Lost Boys"!
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