The debut of an emotionally charged and highly erotic contemporary romance trilogy, in which love and trust are the most dangerous games of all… With a dark past that would have shattered most people, Evelyn “Scout” Keats is doing what no one in her bleak world thinks possible—getting off the... show more
The debut of an emotionally charged and highly erotic contemporary romance trilogy, in which love and trust are the most dangerous games of all… With a dark past that would have shattered most people, Evelyn “Scout” Keats is doing what no one in her bleak world thinks possible—getting off the streets and leaving her impoverished life behind. She’s a new maid at the luxurious Patras Hotel, and aims to keep her job no matter what. But that doesn’t mean she’s going to sacrifice her dignity, or let anyone into her heart. The risk of losing either is just too great. When hotel tycoon Lucian Patras discovers Evelyn in a compromising position, he uses everything at his disposal to seduce her—a proposition that both surprises and frightens her. Ignorant to her true circumstances, Lucian relentlessly pursues Scout as a prize to be won. But he is soon given an unforgettable lesson in love and sacrifice when he learns how far Scout has gone to gain her independence and discovers that there are some things money can never buy. LOOK FOR THE NEXT BOOK IN THE SERIES, BREAKING OUT
Publish date: September 17th 2013
Pages no: 337
Edition language: English
Series: The Surrender Trilogy (#1)
Falling In is the first book to Lydia Michaels Surrender Trilogy and it definitely was hard to put down. Another book from an author I never read before and I have to say I wish I would've known about this trilogy when it first came out. Falling In reminds me of one of my favorite movies, where the ...
I received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley. Falling In is a part of the Surrender Trilogy and is the first book in the series. I am glad I started at the beginning because I can't imagine trying to begin the next book at the mid point of where it semi ended. Although there...
This book started out fantastic, making my heart speed up and my mind and attention completely focused on the characters and the story. I am a sucker for great, smooth and polished writing, and Lydia Michaels highly measured up to my standards. As far as "let's use the Shades of Grey formula" books ...
I think it’a now a truth, universally acknowledged, that I think I am addicted to the trope of the recent flux of Billionaires and innocent heroines. Although I feel I should get tired by this premise, I don’t. It does have the crack factor which is ironic since I’m not a huge fan of Harlequin Prese...