Book Review- Secret Surrender

Title- Secret Surrender
Author- Priscilla West
Pages- 100 (ebook)
Rating- 2.3 out of 5
Companion/Sequel/Other- Book 2 in Forever Series, Book 2 following Vincent and Kristen


Goodreads Synopsis- 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.

This book is the second book following Vincent and Kristen in the Forever Series. This review WILL HAVE SPOILERS!

Characters-

Kristen is a Harvard graduate and a wealth manager. She has traveled to South Africa for a meeting to get the business of Vincent Sorenson. Kristen is smart but at the same time indecisive. She jumps to a lot of conclusions before getting the story.  Kristen definitely has some secrets that she wants to keep.

Vincent is a self made billionaire. He is also full of tattoos and has some piercing, which we find out early on. Vincent is the go getter type. When he wants something he will everything to get it. He is very charming and relentless, as well as a thrill seeker.

Overall

I enjoyed this one about as much as I enjoyed the first one. Which isn’t a good thing. I was hoping it would be a bit better than the first one. Again, I believe it’s because the story was so short that everything felt so rushed. I didn’t feel as connected to the characters as I was hoping I would. I can’t remember if I mentioned this in my review of the first book, but this has a Fifty Shades of Grey vibe to it. When I was reading this I kept thinking about those books.

Vincent brings her to his private island, which I admit was romantic, and probably my favorite scene in this one. Kristen tended to get on my nerves a lot in this book. She jumped to SO MANY conclusions without talking to Vincent first. It just seems like she didn’t trust him and that was a problem. This story does however end on a big cliffhanger and I was interested to see how it all ended.

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