Something Green by London Miller
Series: Den of Mercenaries #2.5
Also in this series: Red., Celt., Nix.
Published by Self-published on March 17, 2019
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Dear Reader, We cordially invite you to join us in celebrating the union between Kyrnon Murphy and Amber Lacey. We guarantee a night full of fun and love with no fighting—Luka, that means you—no stabbing—pay attention, Syn—and no arguments whatsoever—that means everyone. We look forward to seeing you there.
With Love, Kyrnon and Amber
Even the best laid plans don't go off without a hitch, but that's what makes it all worth it. Join the Irish thief and his love as they tie the knot in the beautiful countryside of Northern Ireland surrounded by family and friends.
Something Green is an epilogue novella for Celt. (Den of Mercenaries #2) and should not be read as a standalone.
A beautiful Extended Epilogue/Novella for Celt & Amber!
I decided to read Celt (which must be read beforehand) again before embarking on Something Green and I am so glad I did. It put me in the right headspace and meant I loved every minute of being back with Amber and Kyrnon. There’s never a dull moment in the lives of a mercenary and their loved ones!
Amber went from being a law-abiding citizen to a woman involved with a mercenary. This means she had a whole new world to get her head around. Thankfully, she’s a quick learner.
Kyrnon is cocky, confident and justifiably so, with skills coupled with the luck of the Irish! His sweet calls home When he was in the middle of an assignment simultaneously freaked me out and impressed me to no end!
Pace: This is a well-paced captivating story that I thoroughly enjoyed. While it was not as intense as the first two books in the series, it still had the same vibe. The first time I read it, I did so in one sitting but I made myself stop to add notes the second time around. Suspense was not put aside in this romantic tale for one moment. Getting married and making sure you get there in one piece is a challenge in itself for the Kingmaker’s mercenaries. Being permanently on-call doesn’t leave much leeway to tie the knot!
Action: Well this is where I’ll mention the bucks night. The lads give their mate a fitting last night. It was tame as far as action goes, but enough to know they were all there for each other.
Romance: What’s a wedding without the bling? Kyrnon outshone his fellow mercenaries with Amber’s engagement ring and his perfectly planned proposal. She had no idea he was proposing until he popped the question, creating a moment Amber would never forget.
The Wedding: Kyrnon was adamant that their special day would make up for the numerous times he had been forced to put business before pleasure.
The Teaser – Prodigal Son: Now the teaser for the next generation has me in a spin and I can’t wait to read more!
The novella ends at 78% offering a sample of White Rabbit – the first book in the Kingmaker’s Saga. I wanted to see a little scroll or ‘To be continued’ notation after the final chapter as I wasn’t expecting my time with The Murphy’s to end with another 20% still showing on the progress bar. That said, if you haven’t read White Rabbit, it will certainly explain the reason why The Kingmaker gave Kyrnon time off for the wedding.
Something Green was a delightful heartwarming interlude in the world of the Kingmaker’s mercenaries. A short read that finished without fanfare as Kyrnon and Amber’s brief sabbatical came to an end. I can’t wait to see what London Miller has in store for us next!
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