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FREE READ À Surrender » ➹ [Read] ➵ Surrender By Amanda Quick ➼ – From the dazzling ballrooms of glittering London society to magnificent cursed estate in the distant wilds of Yorkshire comes the deliciously wicked story of a thoroughly unconventional courtship and From the dazzling ballrooms of glittering London Ness to woo her to win her and ultimately to wed her And soon the amber eyed lady would find herself ensconced in a crumbling mansion deep in the English countryside where the real reason for her hasty marriage becomes all too apparent and where the ghosts of her dark stained past are waiting to rise up in a terrifying plot that will threaten her life her honor and the only man she could ever lov. I love lots of Amanda uick's books but this is my favorite The hero is a fortune hunter yet she manages to make him sympathetic Since I'm writing my own fortune hunter hero right now I understand just how difficult that is But she pulls it off Lucas is just scrumptious


Ebrook the darkly disturbing new Earl of Stonevale Amidst the brightly plumed birds of the town Lucas was a hawk And when he held out the lure of moonlit rides and wild reckless midnight escapades Victoria found herself powerless to resist But becoming Stonevale's companion in adventure was far dangerous undertaking than Victoria could ever imagine For the attractive Earl would use her every weak. 35 stars but I like to round up not down This is probably my least favourite of all of As' books This was a satisfying read but I often had to push through my problem with BOTH characters at times Victoria seemed to have split personalities At times she acted extremely immaturely and was like a spoilt child not thinking about the conseuences of her actions and then at other times she came across as strong and independant As well it took me uite a while to warm up to Lucas the hero which I hate as I love loving the hero Lucas came across to me as overly patronizing of Victoria and I always have a problem with the whole different rules for different ppl thing What Lucas considered strategizing in himself he called manipulation in Victoria Pissed me off to be honestThis is the third time I have read this one I re read As' books all the time this is usually the last one to be re read now I remember why ;Still once I got past my problems with the characters I enjoyed the story And no doubt it will be a re read again for me in the future

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SurrenderFrom the dazzling ballrooms of glittering London society to magnificent cursed estate in the distant wilds of Yorkshire comes the deliciously wicked story of a thoroughly unconventional courtship and a thrilling midnight rendezvous that could only lead to love At four and twenty Victoria Huntington thought herself uite adept at fending off fortune hunters until she came under siege from Lucas Col. Surrender35 StarsAfter witnessing the disastrous relationships of her female relatives Victoria Huntington has sworn of marriage and become adept at avoiding even the most ardent of fortune hunters That is until Lucas Colebrook a former officer and newly minted Earl sets his sights on the young heiress and woos her with risky midnight rendezvous' and passionate embraces But can he convince her that he wants her for than her inheritanceWhile Surrender includes all of the necessary components for a successful Amanda uick novel something is missing Victoria is intelligent independent and witty but she is also immature self absorbed and petulant Lucas is strong courageous and sexy but his initial desire to marry for money and his self righteous and high handed tactics are less than appealing Despite these character flaws Victoria and Lucas have excellent chemistry and their battle of wills is engaging Moreover uick thankfully avoids the silly misunderstanding trope and has Victoria confront Lucas about his intentions before any secrets become too angsty The minor mystery plot has potential but could have been merged better with the overall storyline As it is the villain is predictable and the motive not all that logical In sum an entertaining enough read but uick has written better