As a regular reader of all the reviews I get, I’m grateful for all I receive. Thanks to all of you who have posted reviews just because or to get another POV chapter from one of Mercy’s guys. No, the goal hasn’t been met yet, but I’m feeling generous.
The past few days, I’ve read some really awesome reviews. One in particular today caught my attention because of a question she raised. Now, there are other questions and comments I’ve read that I desperately want to answer, but I curb my enthusiasm because answering would only spoil the fun for the next book, lol.
However, this one question, I couldn’t ignore. To kill or not to kill, at least that was the gist of the question/comment. Would I kill one of Mercy’s boys to satisfy the question of the love triangle, no quadrangle, okay, maybe hexagon? 😉
That question/answer makes me think of a really popular series that concluded recently. One where the guy everyone really liked was killed off in favor of another guy for no other reason then to eliminate the love triangle. At least that is what it felt like to a lot of readers.
My answer to that question is no. As an author, I’m committed to all Mercy’s guys, Flynn, my bad boy, Luke, my good guy, Sebastian, my demon and Paul, my human. Nothing that will happen to any of them, I’ve taken lightly. The series is written, at least in my head. The final chapter and what happens with Mercy and all or any of her guys is predetermined. None will be killed off just to deal with the love hexagon. However, I can’t guarantee any of their safety or survival. But know if I do kill someone off, there is a really good reason behind it. And I’ve given it a great deal of consideration. Again, each book is already written in my head, published or not. Thus, I have to stay true to the story.
With that said, as thanks to all the reviewers’ reviews/ratings and in part to that reviewer. As such, I was inspired to give you all a little Flynn. One because I know you guys love him and it certainly helped that the reviewer with the question roots for him according to her review.
Without further ado
A Flynn POV chapter from Waiting for Mercy (copyrighted 2012 by Shannon Dermott)
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WANT MORE….from this chapter or something else, keeping writing reviews and giving ratings. These are important to all authors just not me.
Want to know what happened to get Flynn to Paimon, what he did while he was there….. (See Ask and you Shall recieve for how)