Sarah's Surrender - Book Review

I received an email yesterday saying Sarah's Surrender if looking for reviews and since I read, Revealing Ruby by this same author, NetGalley thought I might like this too.  Ok.  I read the blurb and thought, ok a Novella, no big commitment, sexy, sure, I'll request it.



Blurb:
Five years ago, Miss Sarah Swilp had been deeply in love with Jonathan Perry, the second son of an earl. But when Jonathan inherited his aunt’s lands and money, he turned cold, demanding Sarah’s maidenhood and uttering those unforgettably cruel words: “You do know I won’t marry you.” She refused, of course, and that spoiled everything. Now, just as she’s agreed to a marriage of convenience, Jonathan reappears—and after Sarah gets one look at his lean, hard body, the embers of desire burst back into flame.

Over time, Jonathan has learned quite a bit about the art of pleasure—though nothing has ever given him so much joy as the husky timbre of Sarah’s laugh. It had hurt to leave her, but what other choice did he have? Perhaps he’d been too afraid of ending up like his brother, targeted by a woman seeking a title. Seeing her again, Jonathan can’t help wondering what might have been if only Sarah had surrendered to red-hot lust. Fortunately, judging by the wicked look in her eyes, it may not be too late to find out.

Sarah’s Surrender is intended for mature audiences. Don’t miss a preview of the next novel in the Bound and Determined series, Ravishing Ruby.


4Stars

A hot, steamy novella that will make you blush and want more!

Five years ago Johnathon Perry left Sarah because she wouldn't give herself to him without the promise of marriage. A childish mistake on both parts, but he is back now. Things have changed for both of them. Sarah offers herself to him for one night. His body agrees, but his heart is still angry. why now? After five years? Surely she wants to trap him into marriage. Sarah has her reasons, but it's not what he thinks. This memory has to last her a lifetime. 

I read this in about an hour. It held my interest and was a good read.



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