Review: Sweetest Surrender (The Serafina: Sin City #3) by Katie Reus

March 31, 2014 Review 0

Review: Sweetest Surrender (The Serafina: Sin City #3) by Katie Reus

A woman on the run…

Angel has been on her own for two years, moving from place to place to outrun her past. With no family and few friends to lean on, she’s managed to keep her secrets and stay safe. But when her past suddenly catches up to her, she has a choice to make. Run or stay and claim her life once more.

He’ll stop at nothing to protect her…

Vadim has never let anyone close to him—until Angel. From the first time he met her, everything changed. As a private consultant for Wyatt Christiansen, he’s good with computers and he’s got connections to unearth people’s deepest, darkest secrets. When Angel’s life is threatened Vadim steps in and uses all his resources to end the threat once and for all. As the danger closes in, he lies to her in an effort to protect her, not realizing that even once the threat is eliminated, he might lose her anyway.

Title: Sweetest Surrender
Author: Katie Reus
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Heart of the Jaguar, Breaking Her Rules, First Surrender, Protecting His Witness
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: March 30th 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 105
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

I found Sweetest Surrender to be a sweet and exciting read and quite the page-turner. The story starts off right from the beginning captivating my attention with the relationship between Angel and Vadim, and kept me entertained until the very end. The flow of the story was smooth with a steady build-up to the climatic ending. There’s even a few a few unexpected twists thrown in that kept me on my toes. Vadim is such a sweetheart. Even though he does go to some extreme lengths to protect Angel, how could you stay made at a man who spoils his dog? Angel has a few secrets that, while predictable, still I found interesting. The heat between the two lovers does come on somewhat fast in the book, however, knowing that they have been friends for a while, is completely acceptable. There quite a few secondary characters that, despite their tough exteriors, I found very sweet and family-like. I probably missed out on the ones that are coupled up from the previous stories so back to the beginning of the series I will go.

I’ve been wanting to read Ms. Reus books for a while now. The descriptions and covers are all so good. Thankfully, I was not disappointed. Sweetest Surrender works well as a stand-alone along I’ll probably go back and restart the series from the beginning. I highly recommend this book.

Sweetest Surrender
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