A Wild Surrender by Anne Mather is part of the Harlequin Presents line. It is about a woman searching for something on an island, and returning home with more than she bargained for.
What I disliked:
Basically I disliked the entire book, and it pains me to say that. This is coming from a girl who literally skipped meals in order to afford her monthly Harlequin deliveries throughout college. It had a bunch of incest and age play in it that I have personally never gotten into. She does an assignment for her father, to win back her mother, to fall in love with her mother’s lover, to find out her lover is her brother. It’s like fifty shades of F**d up (and I’m not making reference to a much better series). He treated her like dirt, she was even more rude to him, yet they have their undeniable chemistry that they call love. Blech.
What I liked:
It was staged on a tropical island. Who doesn’t want to imagine a tropical island when back home it’s a wintry cold-fest?
Where to find it:
You can find my copy at the local dump. If you’re into that kind of thing, hit up Amazon and for less than $5 incredibly overpriced dollars it can be yours, just click here.