She wants to forget he ever existed. He'd never give up her memory.
Quinn Westwood is completely over Sawyer Carson. He broke her heart years ago and disappeared from her life without a word. So yeah. She's over him. Never even thinks of him. In fact, she's spending her college summer break surfing and lifeguarding in the Outer Banks, while nursing a bruised heart from a different relationship gone wrong. She doesn't have room in her mind or heart for Sawyer-until she runs into him at a beach bonfire and the sparks that fly between them are way hotter than the flames heating the sand.
Sawyer never got over Quinn. The only thing stronger than the way he feels for her is the secret keeping them apart, but sharing it would destroy more than just his life-it'd ruin hers, as well. Still, he can't seem to keep away from her, can't seem to keep his hands off of her soft, tempting skin. Especially since she has even less self-control when it comes to reigniting the physical side of what made them perfect together.
But secrets have a way of slipping out, and when Sawyer's is revealed, it threatens to shatter everyone involved. He'll have to face walking away a second time, and Quinn will have to decide if fighting for him is worth it when the fallout could affect more than just her heart, but also those of the people she loves most.
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I read this book in June. However just thinking of this book still tugs on my heartstrings. This book is about teenagers who fell in love. The boy being "from the wrong side of the tracks" in her parents eyes. They loved each other then him and his family left town without a goodbye or anything. Years later Quinn is working as a lifeguard and ends up saving her long lost loves little brother, Jesse. From there you follow the ride of a very complicated love story. I cried a lot reading this book but I found it to be an amazing love story.
At this point, I'm pretty sure I'd read Riley Edgewood's grocery lists. I absolutely LOVED this book!
*I received a copy of Surf & Surrender from the author in exchange for an honest review* 4.5 stars Quinn has had her heart broken a couple times. She dated her professor for a year and it turns out, unbeknownst to her, he was married. What a creep!! Before that was Sawyer. The love of her life. He just disappeared without any explanation. No phone calls, emails or texts. Just gone. Leaving Quinn devastated. Now he's back. Or at least his brother is. Jesse is angry and refuses to talk to her so she has no idea if Sawyer is back. But she can't think about him now, she has a date tonight. And while on that date, she runs into none other than the ghost himself, Sawyer. We follow Quinn and Sawyer as they try to put the pieces of their relationship back together. That's proving harder than they thought when several people are trying to keep them apart. When the reason for Sawyer's leaving is revealed, relationships change. Not necessarily for the better and not just Quinn and Sawyer's. Loved this book! What kept me reading was finding out what Sawyer's reason for leaving was and Jesse's issues. It had better be good!! Along with a few other twists. There's plenty of mystery and definitely plenty of drama throughout the book. And, of course, there's plenty of romance!! We also get to catch up a bit with Cassidy and Gage from the Rock & Release Series which, for me, was great! I loved those two as well. Now I can't wait to read the next book in this series so that I can figure Teagan out.