Mercy Denied by Jacqueline M. Sinclair

 
 

 

 
Merrick
 
She and her friend set me up.  Then they sent those pictures to my wife.  Little did they know that she’d already left me and that I was devastated and ready to self-destruct.  Because of her, I lost everything I ever wanted … the only hope I had.  Now I will risk everything I have left to destroy her.  It doesn’t matter why she did it, that she was hurting, or even that she was drunk. It doesn’t matter that she looks at me like she sees into my soul. Does it? 
 
Trinity
 

Melanie was the one that’d sent those pictures to his wife, but it was me who’d told her to get her camera ready.  I’d been angry at my ex-fiance and took it out on Merrick, wanting to expose him for the cheater I thought he was.  I never dreamed it would go this far – that he would vow to destroy me. I’d take it all back if I could, but the damage is done.  My mother’s life’s work is at his mercy and he’s determined to make me feel the loss that I caused him.  Still, the way he looks at me I have to ask myself, did my poor choices wake the monster…or the man?


 
 
 
 
5star

Oh God!!! What Can I Say About This Amazing Book, I Dont Think I Have Enough Words To Describe Just How Much I Loved It.

The Story Is Very Dark And Full Of Hate And The Need For Revenge But Its Also So Full Of Love And Hope And The Need To Save Someone As Well.

Merrick Was So Broken And Tormented It Was Hard For Him To See What Really Was Going On. And That He Was The Only Person To Blame For What Was And Did Go Wrong In His Life And That Sometimes Life Just Happens.

Trinity Is An Amazing Character But Very Stupid On A Drunken Night And Made The Wrong Choices. The Choices She Made Would Come Back To Haunt Her And Almost Rip Her Would Apart.

Merrick And Trinity’s Story Is Complex But Beautiful And Full Of So Much Chemistry It’s Hard Not To See. I Hated Hard Reading This Book And Cried Even Harder.

What A Fantastic Book, One I Intend To Recommended It To Everyone

Reviewed by Donna

 
Other Books in the Series
 
 
 

Margaret Wilson is eighteen
years old in 1969. The Vietnam War is raging. Her mother is dying and her
father is drowning in pain. She is sheltered, religious and completely
unprepared to fall in love with William Steele.

 
William has it all. A product
of his family’s legendary reputation, he’s rich, reckless and known for pushing
boundaries. He stands up to gossip by upping the ante, one rebellious night at
a time.
 
The reality of his world sweeps
away Margaret’s innocence and puts her in the middle of a place she’s never
known. With William at her side, she can’t help but question her own boundaries
and the temptation to ignore them is running high. Then, one night, one poor
decision and Margaret becomes the one with everything to lose.
 
Will their young love be strong
enough to hold it all together?
 
 

 

Jacqueline grew up in the rural
southeast and is the youngest child of a large and rowdy family. Reading was an
escape when there wasn’t much else around to do. She loves everything from
classical literature to true crime and everything in between. With her two
children grown and gone, she’s surrounded by a menagerie of adopted pets and a
two-legged thief who refused to give her heart back after a night of karaoke.


With a day job and a dream job, her writing is a steamy combination of real
life and seeking to answer the age-old question of what would happen if…and
then characters come along and completely derail the plan. Letting them have
their say provides plenty of sleepless nights and an endless combination of
coffee and wine, but she hopes you enjoy their stories.

 

 



 
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