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There seemed no way out for Griffin but to leave. In doing so, he was forced to leave a piece of his heart and soul behind. When he returns, he finds a different woman in Hayden's place. An even sexier and smarter version of the woman he left in Texas. And far more independent with a tough outer shell to keep heartbreakers--like him--at bay. "Sweet Surrender" is aptly titled, because it was oh-so-sweet when Hayden finally let the wall crumble.
Another tantalizing and captivating love story by Ms. Simone!
Recommended to all romance lovers who like it hot AND heartfelt.
Naima Simone has again made you not want to put this book down with hot sex and great chemistry with a couple.
This is a second chance romance. Griffen broke Hayden the first time he left her so she's not quick to forget and forgive when they are thrown back together. The story is full of heartache, laughs, sexual tension and some scenes not to be read in public 😉.
This is a great book about love, family, friendship, trust, forgiveness and second chances. I was really routing for Hayden and Griffin to be able to work out their years of hurt and take a chance on each other. The characters are strong and independent and the storyline is great and includes enough of a backstory about their pasts to easily follow along with each character’s inner dialogue when reminiscing.
Griffin Sutherland came from a wealthy, powerful family with a demanding, controlling father who wanted him to step up and take his place in the family business. He did everything he could to be the rebel of the family, not bending to his father’s demands, wanting to be his own man and make his own way. When he has finally had enough, he decides to get out before he loses himself completely to his father’s demands. He only has one tie to his home and though it breaks a part of him, he decides to do the unselfish, honorable thing and leave her behind. She has to be free to finish school and live her dreams, untainted by him and his family. He leaves and heads to Florida to find himself and starts his own construction company. After 5 years he is doing well, thinking of his past only as bad memories until that one day sitting in a bar he hears a voice from his past that rocks him to his core; even more disturbing is the letter she is carrying from his father. Forced home to be the dutiful son gives him the exact opportunity he needs to remind Hayden of what they once had and could have again and that this time he is playing for keeps.
Hayden Reynolds has grown a lot over the last 5 years; no longer the naïve girl Griffin left behind. She has a Bachelor’s in Managerial Studies and an M.B.A. in Finance and is currently the personal assistant to one of the most powerful businessmen in Texas. She has had to deal with a lot working for Griffin’s father but this was the worst yet, sending her to Florida to find his wayward son and personally deliver a letter requesting his return home. He shattered her heart years ago when he left her behind and she refuses to let him have any effect on her now. She is determined to deliver his father’s message and get back to Texas as fast as she can. She is not prepared for the intense reaction to the man he has become or the flooding of memories from their shared past. Can she keep the past buried and keep him at arm’s length or will she succumb to the overpowering feelings he still invokes in her. Once they open up about their time apart, will it help heal old wounds and give them a second chance? Or when he leaves again, this time will it be for good?