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Risky Surrender (Take a Risk Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I loved Lucy's independence and struggle to reconcile her quest with the death of her husband and her father. This didn't take the turns I was expecting, and I LIKED that, for a change, but, as a romance, yes, there's a happily ever after.
The plot engages from the jump. She packs so much action and emotion into her stories, there's literally no good stopping point. Thankfully, because it's a novella, you can read it in one sitting...and prepare...'cause you will!
Lucy Davenport was fleshed out more than Samantha had been. But, interestingly to note, both of her heroes, Dean earlier and Keats in this book, were well-developed in both stories. Like many authors, her strength seems to be in writing stable, sexy, self-aware men.
If I had any complaint at all, I would wish Ms. Bielman would work on increasing the sexual suspense. Because both parties are so self-reflective, they admit to wanting each other, at least to themselves, early on. I'd prefer a bit more constraint on that part, to build the "will she won't she" feeling.
But, that's my preference. I will continue to look for more of Ms. Bielman's work.
I really like Robin Bielman's style of writing and her ability to tell a good story. The characters are interesting, the story is interesting, and the information given is appropriate to the length of the book. That said, I find it really disappointing that both Worth the Risk and Risky Surrender are not going to be books pushed as "Must Reads" or books that you think back on in two months time and remember the details clearly as both are pleasant in between books due to their length and not because of the authors skill." ~ Iva
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The tension sizzles between Keats McCall and Lucy Davenport. The setting is gorgeous! The dialogue is snappy, the characters are people I really enjoyed meeting. McCall is one hot tamale! I particularly loved the tree-top scene which is now on my bucket list to do. I really liked Lucy. She was vulnerable but tough. Watching McCall peel away her layers was a joy to read. The chemistry between the characters flamed up the pages. I so enjoyed meeting up with Dean and Sam from Worth the Risk.
If you want a fast, fun, flirty read then this book is for you.
It is certainly on my too-read again list.
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