Surrender

Surrender

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by Kimberly Zant
     
 

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Desperate straights call for desperate measures---If anyone had asked Anna before what she would be willing to do for money, what she’d just signed up for would NOT have been on the list. She’s discovered, though, that the needy can’t afford to be too picky.

Length: Mid-Novel
Genre: Contemporary Erotica
Rating: Erotica. Contains

Overview

Desperate straights call for desperate measures---If anyone had asked Anna before what she would be willing to do for money, what she’d just signed up for would NOT have been on the list. She’s discovered, though, that the needy can’t afford to be too picky.

Length: Mid-Novel
Genre: Contemporary Erotica
Rating: Erotica. Contains explicit sex, graphic language, and some scenes of sex with mulitple partners/ménage a trois.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000113776
Publisher:
New Concepts Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
261,346
File size:
202 KB

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Surrender 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 65 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story is about a woman willing to make sacrifices for her children. Anna (Annabelle) signs up to became a submissive to five men for six weeks. Even though she feels strip bare of all her pride. The five men Kaelen, Gareth, Cameron, Chance and Devon are not at all what she expected. They each have their own unique personalities that make her fall in love with all of them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really could not figure out what was going on half the time. There is page after page of Anne just thinking. Hardly any story development at all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as hard core as I thought it would be after reading the summary. Very steamy and erotic in the normal erotica way. No story line though. The ending almost seems forced as if the publisher could not find the author to fill in the gaps - building up a plausible story line from the beginning which would lead to the ending OR the author was not planning to have a "romance story" ending but was forced to have one (heroine have a happily ever after).
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need to go out and buy her next one quick
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