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Posted November 20, 2013
The last book in the Surrender series picks up right where the last book ends. The cliffhanger at the end of book 2 was talked about right away. Kristen and Vincent's relationship is rocky throughout this book, with all of the drama surrounding them. Kristen's ex Marty comes back into the picture, and is willing to do anything to get her back. He is a violent and dangerous man, and Kristen and Vincent disagree on how to deal with him. This book ends with an unexpected surprise.
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Posted May 15, 2014
The only thing is all 3 books could have been combined into one to save readers money. Also, the flashbacks in book 3 seemed out of place and I dont feel they were necessary. With that being said, I loved the series and would definitely read again!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 13, 2014
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Posted April 12, 2014
I enjoyed all three books. I liked the way you has his point of view added. But I do wish there was more to the ending in regards to rhe pregantcy. Did they have a boy or a girl and what did they name it. Just a few thoughts to ponder. But in all a very good trilogy to read.
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Posted April 4, 2014
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Posted March 24, 2014
Kristen is running from Mr. Wrong when she bumps into Mr. Right now during a business trip. Funny how Kristen becomes interested in Vincent who is CEO of a company her employers are trying to acquisition a new account from.
Vincent appears to have eyes only for Kristen and not the poor presentation that her employer’s executive brings to the meeting.
When they decide to spend time together outside of work and not declare their relationship to anyone, it is exciting and make the relationship hot but also becomes a little tricky. If no one knows you are dating does that make either party fair game to others who are interested in them.
While Kristen and Vincent are trying to learn if they can be together, Kristen’s Mr. Wrong Marty shows up. He brings with him memories that Kristen has not shared with Vincent. Marty loves Kristen and wants them to be in a relationship again.
What is Kristen to do?
This is a three book series. Each book is powerful. I read this as a full novel and I am all for Kristen and Vincent. I am looking for the HEA. I know that this story has a lot of power struggles, alpha males, strong heroine, suspense, and romance.
The lovemaking scenes are steamy and allow your imagination run wild. As an ode to Vincent’s profession I would advise, during the romance scenes that you listen to Drink in Love by Beyoncé. I believe it is warranted to get the full effect of the story.
Posted March 22, 2014
Posted March 4, 2014
I found this on facebook and it said Vincent was better than Christian. Not by a long shot. This should've been one book not three. I disliked kristen. I feel her pain about the abuse but the way she turned on Vincent so fast for trying to protect her was just crazy and even crazier was her even thinking about given up her baby. There was nothing awesome about her. Vincent didn't have enough character development. He was hot. Didn't like how the author suddenly decided to do a little part from his view. She should've started it out that way. With view points from both characters. This did not rate on my list of must read again. Sad I spent money on all three books. I have read free books better than this.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 1, 2014
Posted December 23, 2013
Beautiful Surrender picks up directly after the second novella with Kristen opening her door to Marty. The last novella revolves around Kristen's trust of Vincent and how her ex, Marty, comes back into Kristen's life.
I did enjoy this one but it was a bit rushed and cliched. I feel like it's the same romance tropes piled into the same, short, story. There's drama over an ex of Vincent's, unplanned pregnancy, and just relationship drama. I know nothing is perfect but it just seemed a bit much for only 100 pages.
I really feel like all three novellas could have been condensed into one book. There's really nothing in them to really make it worth three different books. I think if there was some cohesive editing, there's a good chance it would have made a good, standalone book.
Posted December 14, 2013
Posted November 28, 2013
Beautiful Surrender was an awesome end to this series. I loved seeing Kristen come to the realization that basically everything in life is a risk, but it can all be worth it. I did want more from this book though. There is a lot going on especially with Marty’s appearance that I felt that some of the growth between Kristen and Vincent gets overshadowed. However, with the length of the book the suspense kept the story moving forward, it never got boring and the story flowed perfectly. I hope we can see more of Vincent and Kristen, but if not this was a great ending.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 13, 2013
3.5 to 3.75 stars: BEAUTIFUL SURRENDER is the third and final instalment in Priscilla West's contemporary, new adult erotica Surrender series focusing on self-made billionaire Vincent Sorenson and acquisitions specialist Kristen Daley. The storyline continues immediately following the second book Secret Surrender. If you are a fan of FSOG and series with a similar premise, the Surrender series will be a familiar read. The relationship between Kristen and Vincent becomes stormy when both of their pasts come back to haunt them but more so Kristen's when her ex comes begging (no-demanding) for a second chance. Kristen's personal life slowly begins to spiral out of control when she sees a dark side to Vincent that she never wants to see again. The relationship between Vincent and Kristen continues to build but one that will find Kristen considering her options. If there is a future for the couple, Kristen wants to make sure that she isn't stepping into another relationship that will end badly for everyone concerned. Priscilla has written an erotic series that will be familiar to fans of the FSOG stylings but compresses it all into a 3 part novella series. The storylines are predictable: The writing is simple: each novella is a quick read and the entire series can be read in one sitting. If you like your storylines with sexy billionaire heroes who have a protective streak where it concerns the women in their life, then Priscilla West's SURRENDER series is the perfect read for a lazy Sunday afternoon.
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Posted November 13, 2013