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Broken Mercy by Stacy McWilliams


Book 2 in the San Francisco Rock Romance Series has arrived.Release day sale for 48 hoursAs the lead singer of Black Mercy, Mason had it all. That is, until a catalogue of events changes everything. Can he trust those around him, or will he push away everyone he loves as he battles with the overwhelming emotions he feels.Amber is isolated and struggling. Can Mason come through for her, or is he so consumed with his own demons that he’ll end up losing her?Their world is in a tailspin, but can they hold on to each other? Or is this Mercy too Broken to salvage?

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Book one is currently free for 48 hours, so grab your copy today and start the rollercoaster romance of Mason and Amber.

My Review ♥♥♥♥♥

Mason and Amber … what a story …

I confess I didn’t read the first book, so I didn’t know what to expect. I imagined a sweet love story, but I found myself in another world, and I loved it!

We begin the story with Amber’s abduction. Drugged, kidnapped, and beaten as if that were not enough. Amber realizes that she has been kidnapped and recognizes her kidnappers. As soon as she sees an escape route, she finally manages to escape despite all the pain she feels. Fortunately, she is rescued by a passer-by who takes her to the hospital. Finally, safe.

Mason, a world-famous singer, finds out that the woman he loves has been kidnapped, and the kidnappers demand payment or they will kill her. When he finds out who is behind his woman’s kidnapping, his whole world turns upside down. 

The fact that Mason didn’t tell Amber he loved her was, in my opinion, a key point. If you try to put yourself in both their shoes, you completely understand the reason for some of their choices. 

The journey continues and is full of twists, deceptions, and lies. Obviously, I’m not going to tell you more; this book should be read and lived.

I really struggled to put the book down and go to sleep; I was on the edge of my seat from the beginning. I wanted and could have finished it in a single reading, but too many emotions are not good for my heart, so I took my time.

Stacy is fantastic; I already knew that. She’s terrific to let us feel all the emotions of her characters.

Would I recommend it?! Without a doubt!!

I received an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review.

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