He’s dangerous, sexy, and everything she wants…Sierra hit it off with Hayden from the moment they met. The dangerously sexy, tattooed ex-SEAL is one of the best friends she’s ever had—and the main star in her wildest fantasies. But he doesn’t see her that way. And she’d die of embarrassment if he... show more
He’s dangerous, sexy, and everything she wants…Sierra hit it off with Hayden from the moment they met. The dangerously sexy, tattooed ex-SEAL is one of the best friends she’s ever had—and the main star in her wildest fantasies. But he doesn’t see her that way. And she’d die of embarrassment if he found out she was still a virgin.And he’s about to make his claim…Hayden’s struggled to keep his attraction to the beautiful, dark haired casino chef a secret. He’s not good enough for her. But when an attacker targets Sierra, Hayden’s protective instincts go into overdrive. With the attraction between them burning out of control, he’ll do whatever it takes to protect her and convince her they’re meant to be together.Length: novella
Publisher: Smashwords Edition
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Short Stories
, Romantic Suspense
Series: The Serafina: Sin City (#1)
Short and sexy. Skip the dessert, First Surrender is delicious little story to indulge in before bedtime. ;)
was a quick hot read, it was a friends to lover romance, but the interactions between the character was interesting and this was a very enjoyable read and start to this sereies.
This was a nice story, albeit nothing special in my opinion. My first Katie Reus turned out rather average, the plot kind of stereotypical and the characters didn't stay in my mind for long. I read a lot of books with generic plots (hello SoG formula books) but I expect that something, anyhting in t...
***ARC received through Netgalley*** Okay, can we please notice that the cover is HOT. ? Well, it is and I love it. :)Anyway about the story, it was a nice novella mixing romance and suspense but like some people already said, there wasn't anything new. It was a fast read and still enjoyable even if...