Surrender a Dream

Surrender a Dream

by Jill Barnett
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3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was funny and sexy. Loved his cat's eyes and alpha male persona. Call me a crazy throw back to caveman days, but I love a guy who takes charge. The antics these two come up with to best each other was so comical. And I loved the whole difference in height between the two (goes back to the dominant caveman thing;). Now though I really did like this, my favorite is Just a Kiss Away, now Sam "is an ass" Forrester is the best charcter this author has written. Happy Reading, Joslyn
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A waste of money.   If you want to learn about farming, raising chickens and cows then this is book for you. This book has pages and pages of nonsense that has nothing to do with anything.   There is no real friction between the characters and the story line is extremely poor.  I gave up trying to read it after skipping so many pages. This is this third book I have purchased by this author.  Two have been a challenge to read.  She only has one book/story so far that was worth reading and it was a "Fall from Grace".    A short read that was funny, heartwarming and romantic.  That was the first book I purchased.   After that, it has been downhill with her books May she should stick with the shorter stories that she writes with other people.   How does something so poorly written, get published?
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This was not a very well written book. The very alpha hero is hard to warm up to considering he has yellow eyes, long hair, and likes to get rough with heroine, Addie. Where is the tenderness and romance in this book? The dialogue wasn't very good and the antics the h/h take part in are silly and immature. It could have been so much better if the characters had been better developed.