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  • Posted January 2, 2014

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    3.5 Stars

    Angel Payne entertains in Surrendering to Her Sergeant, the third book in the WILD Boys of Special Forces.

    Ava Chestain and Ethan Archer met under wild circumstances. Now, seven months later, Ethan is back from his latest assignment and has every intention of discovering why Ava never returned any of his calls or texts. Having had her heart broken—twice—by soldiers, Ava refuses to surrender her heart to Ethan. But, their very first kiss has been seared into her memory, making Ethan a difficult man to forget. Since seeing her again, Ethan wants nothing more than to pick up where they left off. Ava and Ethan’s chemistry sizzles and jumps off the page, making them a captivating couple. Their first BDSM scene is a well-constructed example of mind distortion, and one of the hottest scenes of this type I’ve read in a long time. Ava and Ethan’s other D/s scenes are scorching hot and explicit while at the same time organically propelling their relationship forward. I also enjoyed the budding relationship between Luna Lawrence and Tait Bommer, especially their use of Harry Potter references. Unfortunately I found the expansion of the story arc built from the first two books lacking. I feel the plot twists in this book were unrealistic, and I had a few “roll my eyeball” moments when I was unable to suspend reality enough to buy what was happening.

    I did thoroughly enjoy the first two books in this series. Regrettably, Surrendering to Her Sergeant just didn’t fire on all cylinders for me. I am confident that lots of readers who have enjoyed this series will thoroughly enjoy this installment too; I just wasn’t one of them.

    I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of an honest review for The Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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