Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Review: Surrender by Sue Lyndon

Review: Surrender
 by Sue Lyndon
Etopia Press

Earth has lost a battle against the Kalls and as a result the daughter of the President must marry Merokk a Kall warrior. But when Betsy bails and runs away two people come up with a plan and replace her with Fiona. Fiona looks exactly like Betsy and agrees to help her when she is promised that her mother will receive the care she desperately needs.  But Merokk is not as awful to look at as she feared and Fiona finds herself deeply attracted to him.

SURRENDER by Sue Lyndon gives the reader pause to think. What if there is really intelligent life out there that wants to communicate with us? What if the aliens win a war what would happen to the people here on Earth?  Well if being married to a sexy Kall warrior is the result then am all for it. Readers will feel for Fiona's dilemma in that despite her best efforts she falls in love with Merokk and feels guilty for lying to him.
Merokk is a very alpha male who likes BDSM in the bedroom and finds that his wife is more then willing to do as he wants in the bedroom.

If your a fan of BDSM like I am then I urge you to give SURRENDER by Sue Lyndon a try, you will love it as much as I did.


Love with the enemy can be the ultimate surrender…

Fiona Lockhart struggles to survive after Earth is conquered by powerful aliens. She knows it's only a matter of time before her schizophrenic mother acts out at the wrong time and place and brings down the wrath of their captors. So when turncoats offer Fiona a way to keep her mother safe, she can't refuse—even though it means marrying a Kall warrior and posing as the First Daughter, Betsy Carson.

Kall warrior Merokk has mixed feelings about marrying a human woman, but it's his duty and he can't refuse. He enjoys taming the headstrong Betsy, and a good spanking now and then makes the passion burn. The sex is sizzling, and as the months pass, Merokk discovers the feelings for his little wife run deep. But when he learns of her deceit after the real Betsy Carson surfaces, Merokk's new world shatters. Can he learn to forgive Fiona, or will he spend the rest of their lives punishing her for a crime she never wanted to commit?

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the wonderful review, Barb! I'm so happy you liked it:)