Secret Surrender Series: Forever #2
Also in this Series: Forbidden Surrender, Beautiful Surrender, Wrecked, Rescued
on December 7, 2013
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“What gives you a thrill Kristen?”
I knew that giving in to Vincent Sorenson was a risk, but it was one I was willing to take. I had hidden my heart for so long and for the first time in a long time, Vincent was close to breaking down the walls.
When a trip to Vincent’s exclusive private island reveals the real Vincent underneath the layers of suave nonchalance, I thought we were close to the start of something special.
Just when things were looking up for us, I would discover the one secret that Vincent never intended for me to find.
A little too predictable…and inconsistent…
That’s why I lopped off a star. Other than that, I enjoy the author’s style, there’s a (predictable) cliffhanger at the end, and I want to know how it ends for these two. HEA? Probably, but it’s not looking good for them at this point.
I have a feeling our heroine overreacted at the end of the book and ignored his texts only for the sake of the story. If that were me, at that age, and I were also TSTL, I would have been furiously pounding out texts on my poor phone. I bet he’s got a good and true explanation, like the one word that was in all caps is actually an acronym for something else. Not a spoiler. Just a guess. I haven’t read the conclusion yet.
I sound a little whiny, but it’s just because I started this book AT bedtime, therefore was up too late. Now I’m up too early and grouchy. The truth is, I really enjoyed this book and am diving right into the third in a few minutes. Up-too-late syndrome is the sign of a good book, not a bad one.