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5.0 out of 5 starsGreat wrap-up of the Lost Boys subseries.
Reviewed in Canada on October 2, 2020
I would suggest not reading this book until you have read 17 to 20, as this is a tricky overarching plot. But ... well worth the read. Finally Beck & Solo get their story - you finally get a bigger picture of where their relationship fractured earlier & finally it gets back on track while they finally stop this latest menace, Leo Green. This story in particular as some unexpected plot twists and turns that make it impossible to put down. And ... there are great 'updates' of the Lost Boys team & beloved characters of the main series peppered in.
This book was one surprise after another. I will say I greatly underestimated Levi Green. I mean I knew he was a terrible human being (if you could call him that) but my god he was smart, devious & I couldn’t believe the long game he played throughout this series.
I really liked Kim throughout this book & really wanted to knee Beck a lot. I was really happy to finally get their story though & believe me you don’t want to miss out on all the surprises this book has!!
I should not have doubted, I really shouldn’t have, because to me it seemed hopeless that the main characters could ever work out their troubles and be together. There was too much, too many hurts, too much damage. It did in fact all fall apart, that was inevitable, because no easy fix or solution would work, only time, effort, and dedication. Only then, could these two get their HEA, and boy, what a fight, what a journey, how hard it was to get there. But along the way, all the happiness there was as well. This is the final book in the series, so we get all our Lost Boys in their lives now. And I mean all, the stories and the future wrapped up for this generation, and hints of the futures for the next. Action packed, soul crushing, heart swelling, and pulse racing are a few things you’ll endure while reading this story. Infallible kings have vulnerabilities, hard and painful life lessons are learned, and bad guys get their ever so long overdue justice
I cried, I laughed, I sobbed, I giggled, and in the end, I was overjoyed that the friends I made along the way in this series got the lives they loved surrounded by people they adore. Simply, perfection!
I’m so sad that this is the end of The Lost Boys series in the Masters & Mercenaries series. I love this entire series & I will keep on saying it....it just keeps getting better with every book. This one though, was so good with all the surprises in it. I really felt & enjoyed the emotional angst that this book brought us. The push & pull between Kim & Beck was so strong, especially with the surprises that came into Beck’s life. I enjoyed seeing all the Lost Boys back together again for one last mission to help Kim (Solo) clear her name & protect her from Levi. I also loved the fact that they found Sasha’s daughter & Ian & Charlotte adopted her. This was definitely an edge of your seat story with all the angst & action that happened. I was also happy that Levi got what he deserved & it was exactly how I was hoping it would happen. A big thank you to author Lexi Blake for keeping this series going & keeping it still so intriguing even after so many books. This series is definitely my favourite romantic/suspense/ex-military series. Well Done!!!
5.0 out of 5 starsA Wonderful Conclusion to a Passionate Love Story
Reviewed in Canada on September 30, 2020
Another great story from Lexi Blake. An amazing conclusion to the story of "The Lost Boys". I was so anxious about how this would go about. We've been waiting for Beck (Ezra) and Solo's story and boy did Lexi deliver.
**Slight spoiler** You're going to hate Levi Green even more by the end of this book for everything he's ever put the Mackay-Taggart Team through.
Lexi keeps you on edge throughout. You'll be holding your breath for certain parts and others will have you jumping for joy or crying. This is a gut wrenching journey for everyone involved, but it's amazing way to round out this story line.
I will be going back to the beginning of the M & M series to read it all over again because there are nuances in this last book that I think I missed from the previous books.
You'll meet or be reintroduced to special characters and places from other Lexi books as well. Lexi always keeps everything fluid. I'm sad to see this part of the M&M series end, but oh, I can't wait for the next Generation that's coming.
5.0 out of 5 stars5 stars for No Love Lost by Lexi Blake
Reviewed in Canada on October 2, 2020
What an excellent read. This storyline keeps getting better and better. Love Kim and Beck together. So hot and exciting and suspenseful. As always having Ian Taggert being in the story and now with all the kiddos. Just all smiles. Can't wait for the next instalment of Masters and Mercenaries. Loved catching up with everyone. Can't wait for the kiddos' storylines. Can't wait for more about Bliss, Colorado.
5.0 out of 5 starsA fantastic end to the Lost Boys series
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 29, 2020
I swear to god Lexi Blake weaves a hell of story. I count each of her characters as friends, I follow their sorrow and happiness avidly and I have a rich enough social life with numerous hobbies that makes taking time to read feel like a luxury escape. Ian Taggart is the epitome of alpha male with a huge hidden capacity for compassion and love and getting to see so much of him in this book was a real treat. I am not about to give any plot spoilers, but the series has ended with a huge bang. There is plenty of intrigue and action, the plotline well thought out and executed with precision. Characters are totally believable, background scenery is explained so well you can see it. There are no needless plot devices which means the story flows. To obtain the best read from the book you really need to read the series, in fact you should read the Masters and Mercenaries series because that's where it all starts. Lexi has been weaving the plotline for years with one book after another providing not only BDSM themed romance but also building a family to share with readers. This must be one of my all time favourites! There are numerous sex scenes, most BDSM themed but all of them appropriate and loving. I have long waited for Beck's story and there are some surprises in store for readers, lots of laughter as usual with sarcasm being the default setting for Ian and those surrounding him, and tears as unexpected plot twists unfold. I cannot recommend the series highly enough.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 30, 2020
Wow. I’ve been eagerly awaiting this book for ages! Finally to find out what happened between Ezra and Solo aka Beck and Kim. I certainly didn’t see any of this coming at all. Amazing story. I couldn’t have picked this if I’d tried. It was surreal reading and I wondered if I’d wake up and it was a dream. Lol. Unbelievably good. One of my favourites I’m sure. Well for now. Cannot wait for the next book.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 28, 2020
Love the characters although I'm not a huge fan of the forgotten books. However,a Lexi gets delivered and you have to dive in. This feels like a bit of an ending to this particular strand of books. It was painful and sweet. I stayed up all night which is testament to the story. Is it going to set the literary world afire? No but for fans it is a great read.
What can I say I’ve been crazy about Ian Taggart for so long now it’s untrue. Masters and Mercenaries is in my top 5 all time best series and the only F/M book series I read. Lexi Black is one hell of a writer and I’m so glad that Solo and Becks got their HEA finally. I did worry when part two started that this was the end of Masters and Mercenaries but thankfully not. I highly recommended this series .