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Silent Mercy by Lori Armstrong
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Mercy has come home after four months and learns a little more of what goes on in town around her as she accompanies her significant other, the sheriff on a call.

A concise narrative drives this short story's plot and characters. Perhaps, it is the shortness of this tale, but it somehow feels lackluster and/or incomplete.

The main characters are strong-willed and authentic.

Overall, an adequate read. ( )
  catya77 | Feb 18, 2014 |
a very short and rather pointless story, more a snapshot, but still with one of the coolest heroines ever. ( )
  Tam2603 | Apr 18, 2013 |
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Recently returned from training at Quantico, FBI agent Mercy Gunderson stirs up trouble and uses her rarely seen feminine side to seduce her unsuspecting boyfriend, sexy-as-sin Sheriff Mason Dawson. When she revs up her Viper to get his attention while he’s on patrol, tempers and sparks fly—but their rendezvous is interrupted by a disturbing cry for help. The pair rush to the scene, where Mercy discovers that even though she can’t always save the day, she doesn’t have to be silent about it…
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