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review 2020-03-24 07:45
Blog Tour w/Review - Surrender

 

 

SURRENDER by Fiona Cole - Blog Tour

Release Date: March 18, 2020


Genre: M/M Contemporary Romance

 

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SYNOPSIS

Who knew planning a wedding could be so hard?

He said yes and that had been all that mattered.

So why did he give excuse after excuse to not set a date to say our "I dos"?

Why wasn't he my husband yet?

I didn't know, but by the end of the night, I was going to find out.

No matter what tactics I had to use. Even if they were dirty.

Especially if they were dirty.


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Surrender (Voyeur #3.5)Surrender by Fiona Cole
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book # 3.5, in the Voyeur series. This book should not be read as a standalone novella. It is a story follow up for book # 2, and should be read in order in order not to spoil.

Jackson and Jake's story continues with wedding jokes, venues, and potential mothers-in-law. So much going on that the guys seem not to be connecting like they were. Can the past stay there?

Jake has no idea what has Jackson so upset and tired lately. What happened to wanting to be married? What happened to forever? He is going to find out no matter what.

This short and sexy novella was a perfect glimpse into the lives of the guys we were missing. What a great series. So much to these characters and we are so glad to have more time with them. I loved this great read.


***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

Fiona Cole is a military wife and a stay at home mom with degrees in biology and chemistry. As much as she loved science, she decided to postpone her career to stay at home with her two little girls, and immersed herself in the world of books until finally deciding to write her own.


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review 2020-03-18 07:23
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Surrender - MSc, Fiona Cole

This is book # 3.5, in the Voyeur series.  This book should not be read as a standalone novella.  It is a story follow up for book # 2, and should be read in order in order not to spoil.

 

Jackson and Jake's story continues with wedding jokes, venues, and potential mothers-in-law.  So much going on that the guys seem not to be connecting like they were.  Can the past stay there?

 

Jake has no idea what has Jackson so upset and tired lately.  What happened to wanting to be married?  What happened to forever?  He is going to find out no matter what.

 

This short and sexy novella was a perfect glimpse into the lives of the guys we were missing.  What a great series.  So much to these characters and we are so glad to have more time with them. I loved this great read.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2019-12-26 16:22
Surrender
Surrender - Amanda Quick

This is definitely a re-read. I just never got around to posting a review for this book eons ago. Not much to say except I loved the heroine in this one (Victoria) and hero (Lucas). The two of them being thrown together due to Lucas needing an heiress and Victoria wanting adventure sets them on a fun collision course. Of course based on the time period there are a few times you want Lucas to get kicked hard someplace. He talks about his husbandly rights a freaking lot. And of course back then the husbands decided the wives allowance (if they decided to give them one). The love scenes are typical Quick, usually hero and heroine have their first time prior to marriage, they are fighting, another time in bed, and then there's a mystery to solve. This one has a mystery about who is sending Victoria threatening notes alluding to something dark in her past.

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text 2019-12-11 02:03
24 Festive Tasks - International Day for Tolerance Task 1
A Night to Surrender - Tessa Dare

Task 1: Find a redeeming quality in a book you read this year and didn’t like.

 

 

I don't want to say anything nice about the book I liked least this year, but I don't have to. I went with a different book I disliked this year, A Night to Surrender. Even though I disliked the story and the romance overall, it did amuse me at times. It made me laugh repeatedly.

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text 2019-10-27 22:43
Try to Keep Up . . .
A Night Like This - Julia Quinn
Married By Morning - Lisa Kleypas
Rules of Surrender - Christina Dodd
The Dream Hunter - Laura Kinsale

Okay, we all understand that genre fiction is so pleasurable because writers take a relatively set structure and group of accepted conventions and make new stories out of them again and again. Here's a chain of books that have some very specific details in common:

 

 

1. Julia Quinn's "A Night Like This" is a book that uses the "Lady hiding from her dangerous past by working as a governess" plot. The female hero's "governess name" is Anne Wynter. 

 

2. Lisa Kleypas' "Married by Morning" is also a "Lady hiding from her dangerous past by working as a governess" book.

 

3. Christina Dodd's "Rules of Surrender" is part of the author's "governess" series. Its plot is focused on "taming the wild male hero," rather than female hero in jeopardy, but the hero's name is . . . Lord Wynter.  This Lord Wynter ran off to the Middle East and lived among the people there for a long while then comes back to England to wreak havoc on everyone's ideas of "convention." 

 

4. Laura Kinsale's book "The Dream Hunter," (the best one on this list) also features a hero who lived in a Middle-eastern culture, specifically among the Bedouin, then comes back to England and faces his "adjustment." His name: Lord Winter. 

 

So there you go. Random details among the genre, lined up in a neat little row. 

 

-cg

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