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The Promise of Surrender by Liliana Hart
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it was amazing

After witnessing the execution of her best friend, Rachel, undercover cop Mia Russo hands in her badge and starts a new life as the owner of a pawn shop near Surrender, Montana. But it’s not just her old job she leaves behind.

Zeke McBride prides himself on being the best at his work — undercover agent, commanding officer of a DEA Taskforce. Life endangering, adrenalin-pumping work, Zeke loves the job. Duty has always come first — that’s why Mia Russo left him seven years ago. Dangerous circumstances have given Zeke the chance to come face-to-face with Mia again, and he’s not going to let her walk away this time.

Liliana Hart’s The Promise of Surrender is the newest offering of the 1001 Dark Nights Series, as well as being the latest offering in her MacKenzie Family Series. It’s a fast-paced, standalone novella that, for this reader, ended too soon. Hart’s characters are rock solid — their dialogue rings true and their actions believable. The attraction between Mia and Zeke sizzles from the moment he walks into her pawn shop, and the heat rockets off the charts from there.

The plot is well thought out and its resolution satisfying. And, oh, let me mention again — the electricity between Mia and Zeke could fulfill the needs of any major power grid in North America. The only kind of blackouts in this novella are orgasmic — well done, Ms. Hart!

Note: The Promise of Surrender is a novella written for adult entertainment. Set in the West, it is not a Western, but rather a very nice bedtime tale for the grown-ups — not for the little doggies.


*I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.*

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Reading Progress

December 16, 2015 – Started Reading
December 19, 2015 – Finished Reading
December 20, 2015 – Shelved

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