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    Really enjoyed!

    I've been wanting to try this series forever and I was not disappointed! This is the 3rd book in the spin-off of Masters and Mercenaries and I would consider it a standalone. The overall theme of this series continues with each book, however the author did such a good job of bringing the reader up to speed to what is going on that I never felt lost. I really enjoyed these characters. They are all trained to kick butt and take names, even the women. I get a kick out of a heroine who can really hold her own. Everything about this book grabbed and held my attention. By the end of the book, I just wanted more. I can not wait to get Tucker's story next. I'm also gonna have to go back and start with book one and read all of the Masters and Mercenaries series. I highly recommend this if you are a fan of romantic suspense. It's one of the best I've read!
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    2 strong characters finally make their match work

    Have been following the Masters and Mercenaries from the beginning.(wonderful series, All). The Lost Boys have grabbed my heart. Robert has been especially exciting to get his story. He and Ariel just clicked. Strengths and weakness made their match perfect. Looking forward to Tuckers story, anxious to here what he was really like before he lost his past. Was actually thrown though by Sasha's demise. For some reason he caught my heart, knowing he has a child out there somewhere who will never know him. Can't wait to keep reading.
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    Immensely perfect!

    That was heart-pounding, heart-wrenching, and heart-stopping! It was sweet, sexy, scary, nerve-wracking, and calming. It had everything a romantic suspense should have, and was everything any hype I had heard about the story, and even more. To say I loved, adored, and completely immersed myself in the story, the characters, is an understatement. This book was the highlight of my day, my week, my month, and my year. A definite jewel in the authours crown 😊
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    Rollercoaster Ride of Intrigue

    Robert McClellan is a “Lost Boy”, one of a group of men experimented on by Hope McDonald. He doesn’t remember who he used to be, just knows the man he is now. He is the leader of the Boys and helps and protects them from outside forces trying to take them in for nefarious reasons. When he was first rescued by McKay-Taggart, and Knight, he was offered a job with MT. Instead he chose to go to London and live at The Garden. There he met Ariel Adisa, a psychologist who works for Damon Knight. He believes he fell for her the minute he saw her. She had the same feelings but had to keep it professional. Now after an incident in Toronto, they decide to take their relationship to the next level. They along with a team, head to Germany to locate someone who had worked with Dr. McDonald and to gather intel from Kronberg. This was the easy part. They also had to locate the traitor within the group who keeps providing information to Levi Green. I couldn’t put this book down. In this story, we primarily see the development of the relationship between Ariel and Robert. The past of both characters comes into play in this story and it is a case of “be careful what you wish for” and they have to work through how it will affect the direction they head in together. While trying to work on their relationship, they have to deal with flashbacks, traitors, allies or foes, and trying to find one of the people who worked closely with Hope McDonald. I love how Ms Blake includes characters from her other stories. She includes humor, BDSM, twists and turns, revelations and more questions just when you think you get answers. This was a suspenseful roller coaster ride I didn’t want to get off of. It was a real page turner. It was hard to write this review without adding spoilers. The ending was a little taste of what is going to happen in the next book which is Tucker’s story. I can’t wait.
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    The Action and Suspense Continue

    Lexi Blake's Masters and Mercenaries: The Forgotten series is winning big with me. Not only is each book a look into the 'after' for each of the Lost Boys, men that have been rescued from the clutches of Dr. Hope McDonald, but there is romance and suspense galore, plus the very Lexi stamp on each one that makes them all fantastic. Robert McLellan and Ariel Adisa have a deep connection, one that Robert is afraid to explore, and Ari can't wait to pursue. Burdened by the things he was forced to do while under Dr. McDonald's control, and unable to remember his life before, Robert wants to protect Ari by keeping her at a distance. Ari, though, is definitely more than able to hold her own, with a past that has made her the strong woman that she is. When the two are paired to go on a mission to Munich, facts about Robert and the other Lost Boys become known, and the foundation is laid for more revelation as the series continues to unfold. Like all of Lexi's books, LOST IN YOU is a sort of team event, in that, not only is the focus on the main characters, but on all of those that support them, as well, giving readers the opportunity to get to know everyone. This is a big help for me personally, because there are just so many of them, and this keeps everything fresh for me. This book can be read as a standalone, but it truly does help to have read the original series, as well as previous books in this one, to understand what's what. That being said, LOST IN YOU, like the rest of Lexi's books, is non-stop action and suspense, with plenty of romance and serious steam to boot. 4.5 stars for this one...I can't wait to see what's coming next for the team.
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