All Mercy wants is to walk in her father's footsteps--a man who sacrificed everything to save her from a life of abuse and suffering.
When Mercy finds an envelope on her doorstep leading her to Sade, the result is a collision of pain and mercy.
For Sade, Mercy's kindness is dessert for his sadism, and her strength has his masochism hot and begging. Exploiting both for his own pleasure is his plan until he realizes that Mercy's got her own game. And playing it requires something he's never had.
Okay, let's get started. OMG, I loved it. I stayed up all night until 5 in the morning reading this with no breaks at all. Wherever I went, it went along with me. As soon as I finished I made a post on my page about how much I loved it. It was phenomenally written; I love Lucian's writing style. I love everything about this book, from the plot to every last character.
They were different from one another, Mercy, was a heroine I wanted to read about. She really has to be one of my favorite female characters of all time, she's number three, right behind MacKayla Lane and Dani from the Fever Series by Karen Marie Moning. That is saying something, because not only do I read a lot of books, but if you don't know KMM is one of my all time favorite authors. What those three have in common is that they are kick butt, literally. They fight and I love that, there is nothing weak about them, they don't rely on no man and rarely listens to them. That's what I love in my heroines and Lucian got it right with her. I'm so glad that she's doesn't change who she was because of some man.
Sade. Oh man Sade. I don't know how to describe him. I have a love/hate with him, mostly love. In the beginning, like right in the beginning, I thought "This mfer (I'm not cussing, sorry) is crazy as hell." I'm not spoiling nothing. He let one of his men that work for him beat him up, mainly in the face. You should of seen my face, I kept repeating the above statement. As the book went along I fell in love with him, I don't know, there was something sweet about him.
Finally Bo. There's really nothing much I can say about him because he was hardly in the book until the last few chapters. Bo, to me, is a teddy bear and I want to hug him. That is all.
The only thing that made no sense to me was Mercy saying something that I consider spoilery. I still don't get it, but I figure it had to be done to move the story along.
In the beginning I didn't want Sade and Mercy to happen, but by a few chapters in I was rooting for them, by the end I couldn't get enough of them. The way they were saying they could be broken together had me in tears, literally, I was crying.
One thing I said in my post after I finished was that this was one eBook that I need in physical form. It's true, I rarely read eBooks, but I told myself, if I find one that I love, I will most likely get a physical book. It's one of my favorite reads of 2015 and I need it in my hands and read it again. I highly recommend this book. It's absolutely wonderful and I feel like everyone should read it.