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Thursday, March 14

Review: Surrender Your Love by J.C. Reed

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Title: Surrender Your Love

By: J.C. Reed

Series: Surrender Your Love #1

My Copy: Ebook from Author

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Meeting Jett was like lightning. Dangerous. Better left untouched. And better forgotten. But lightning always strikes twice.
Brooke Stewart, a realtor in New York, doesn’t do relationships. When she’s sent to a remote estate to finalize a real estate deal, she discovers her new boss is no other than the guy she left naked in bed.
Sexy, dangerously handsome, and arrogant Jett Mayfield attracts trouble, and women, like a lightning rod. But the night he meets Brooke he gets more than he bargained for. The green-eyed millionaire playboy isn’t used to taking no for an answer, and he isn’t about to start now.
When he proposes two months of no strings sex, Brooke is intrigued and accepts his proposal. Little does she know Jett’s determined to claim the one woman he can’t have, pulling her deeper into his dangerous world.
A man who doesn't take 'no' for an answer.
A woman afraid to surrender to love.
Two lives that are about to cross...and secrets laid bare.

our thoughts Surrender Your Love, there is something about this title that I love. Take a look a that cover if these to aspects don’t catch your eye; just let me tell you that the story will surpass both. Jett and Brooke are both explosive and genuine characters that will have you drool for more. This debuting novel will definitely make J.C. Reed a common name among adult romance lovers. Her style and talent left me amazed when I realized I was reading her first novel. The divine ability to create characters so complex is impossible for some seasoned authors. Brooke was easily a open book; being that the story is told in first person this was understandable. Jett, on the other hand, was left a mystery. As Brooke sorts through the “who is Jett Mayfield?”, so are the readers. Even more impressive was that this characters seems to transform over the pages, and never leaves readers with the ability to nail down this character. Recently, I had the pleasure of reading The Arrangement Book 1-4 by H.M. Ward, and this author reminds me so much of her style and spontaneity. Unfortunately, readers that like a nice and tidy ending are going to hate this story. Fortunately, I am not one of those readers. The cliff hanger ending left me flipping the page with vigor only to find nothing on the next page. Reed twisted me up in knots, and left me with a smile and promise for another book. SYL is a story that will leave you begging for more, and a instantaneous fan for the series from the first glimpse.

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1 comment:

Jessica Reed said...

Thank you so much for the awesome review, Jackie. I really appreciate it. Jessica