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No Mercy (Cambions #2.5) [NOOK Book]

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This is a novella in the Cambions series that should be read after Waiting for Mercy.

*Warning - this book is intended for mature audience. Excessive language and sexual situations may not be suitable for younger teens.*

Best Friends until the end huh?

Flynn McAllister, bad to the bone, at least that’s ...
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No Mercy (Cambions #2.5)

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Overview

This is a novella in the Cambions series that should be read after Waiting for Mercy.

*Warning - this book is intended for mature audience. Excessive language and sexual situations may not be suitable for younger teens.*

Best Friends until the end huh?

Flynn McAllister, bad to the bone, at least that’s what the girls say about him, is heading out of town for the weekend. He’s meeting up with a girl he met last summer. She and her sister will keep him and his best friend busy for the weekend. At least that’s what he thought, until a girl and other things get out of hand.

Luke Bishop isn’t an angel like everyone thinks. Okay, technically, maybe. But when it comes down to it, actions speak louder than words. And his shout that he’s more than what meets the eye. Getting out of town is a welcome idea. He just didn’t plan on meeting her and all the hell came with her.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015014532
  • Publisher: Wicked Truth Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/22/2012
  • Series: Cambions , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 447,062
  • File size: 112 KB

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  • Posted June 28, 2013

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    A must read companion in the Mercy series!!! This was absolutel

    A must read companion in the Mercy series!!!

    This was absolutely excellent! It was great to be able to get inside the heads of two of our main boys from Mercy's story. I think that there was eye opening insight into some things about both Flynn and Luke that I didn't know before, even from the other books. Which is definitely why this book is such a good companion to the rest of the books. You get a sense of what each of the guys' personality and true self is like, along with seeing the strength of their friendship. I think that it was really smart that the story was being told through both of their perspectives and we are really able to see and feel things through them individually.

    Though the story's plot takes place earlier, the book itself is meant to be read as 2.5...which I think is the right timing, due to some of the things you just simply have to find out first through Beg for Mercy. It is interesting how the story pulls me back and forth from thinking of them in the current plot and then thinking about it with the knowledge of the other Mercy books I've read. Intense!

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  • Posted June 16, 2013

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    I'm not sure how I missed the release of this novella. Was I liv

    I'm not sure how I missed the release of this novella. Was I living under a rock? Probably. But I crawled out and immediately
    grabbed a copy on Amazon.

    Oh holy god it was worth so much more than the measly $0.99 it's selling for. I think this novella made waiting for Angel of Mercy
    bearable.

    Flynn and Luke? An entire novella devoted to them? Oh yes please. I devoured this. I was trying to read it slow to savour
    it but seriously that was not possible. Even though it takes place before the events of the first book in this series,
     Beg for Mercy, you should not read it first. It would spoil a few things for you. So, if you haven't read the first two books
    in this series what the hell are you waiting for? Read those (which are phenomenal!!) and then you can read this little gem.

    I have absolutely no critiques. It was fast-paced, fun, and sexy as sin. A definite treat for fans of the Cambion series!

    Just a note: This novella (as well as the first two books) deal with more mature ya themes and are geared toward an older ya
    audience. Contains swearing, references to sex, and teenage drinking.

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  • Posted December 19, 2012

    No Mercy was great because you get to hear things from Flynn and

    No Mercy was great because you get to hear things from Flynn and Luke's perspective. Even though it takes place before Beg for Mercy, it's still an awesome addition to the series and a must-read for Cambion fans. I feel like I know Luke and Flynn a lot better now, but I'm still undecided as to who I prefer. I keep going back and forth between Luke, Flynn, and Paul. Sebastian is kind of out of the running for me, but that could change :)
    This is a novella that takes place before Beg for Mercy (Cambion #1) but shouldn't be read until after Waiting for Mercy (Cambion #2) because it could spoil some things that aren't revealed right away in the first two books. It's not too short so I definitely felt like I got my money's worth.

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  • Posted September 5, 2012

    I'm not usually a big fan of novellas and rarely give them more

    I'm not usually a big fan of novellas and rarely give them more than three stars, but when it has POV's from two of my favourite male characters from the Cambion series, Luke and Flynn, what's not to love.

    No mercy is set back before either of the guys have ever spoken to Mercy, but they both admire her from afar. Flynn is afraid to make a move because she's one of the only girls who doesn't fall all over him, he is an incubus after all, and never short of female attention. And Luke, not sure exactly how Flynn really feels about her, and if it would upset him, won't make a move because, total guy thing, Flynn seen her first. He is kind of waiting for Flynn's permission.

    The majority of this book is set at Flynn's family lakehouse where he's arranged to meet up with a girl, out from under the eye of his current girlfriend, Amanda. And Luke, being the great best friend that he is, is playing wingman, and keeping the girl's sister occupied. We get an inside look into how Flynn actually feels about his womanising, even though it's something he needs to do to. We also get a greater insight into the powers that Luke and Flynn possess and how they use them.

    I really enjoyed this and it has left me longing for even more. I can't wait for the third book in this series and I just want to read the first two over again right now. When I finished this book I was thinking that the only thing that would have made it better would have been if it continued up to the spin the bottle game that starts off the series in Beg for Mercy. And lo and behold, the next morning I go to my inbox and find an email from Shannon's newsletter basically giving me just that, the spin the bottle game from the boys POV. In the book we just get Mercy's. And it was just as awesome as I thought it would be.

    This is one of my all time favourite series and if you haven't read it yet, then why not? If you don't enjoy it, I'll eat my hat.

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  • Posted July 30, 2012

    I love Flynn & Luke! It is so cool to see how their friendsh

    I love Flynn & Luke! It is so cool to see how their friendship works inside their heads!! And W-O-W - you know they were talking about Mercy - I'm amazed at the male mind... SERIOUSLY!!

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  • Posted July 29, 2012

    Oh, Flynn, this just made me love you even more.

    Oh, Flynn, this just made me love you even more.

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