Surrender by Lisa Renee Jones
Series: Careless Whispers, #3
Genre: Contemporary | Romance | Suspense
Age Range: New Adult
Format: eBook, 320 pages
Published on January 9, 2017
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Chris and Sara from Inside Out return in the explosive finale to Ella’s story from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones with the third book in the sexy, suspenseful Careless Whispers series.
Passion burns fiercely hot between Ella Ferguson and Kayden Wilkens, the man who held secrets and lies in his hands, and then allowed them to fall into hers. But even though he has become her anchor—helping her recover from amnesia after finding her unconscious in an alley, and allowing her into his secret world—all is not what it seems. Kayden still has secrets, and pieces of Ella’s past are still shrouded in the darkness of her mind, while the powerful man who hunts her will not stop until she is his. In this final, explosive novel in the Careless Whispers series, Ella discovers that while her life with Kayden didn’t begin in that dark alley…it could easily end there.
Ella is still worried about who she really is and she has slowly remembering everything about her past but not before her worries almost destroyed her relationship with Kayden. I love how she never wants him to change. She knows she’s the Hawk and that he needs to make difficult choices. She even worries that he’ll make choices he normally wouldn’t because he loves her.
Kayden refuses to loose Ella and would die for her. He’d never hurt or betray her and she’s not afraid of any part of him. Kayden’s known to have a moral compass but he’s not a man you would cross. Ella has always felt connected to him and he makes her feel safe and like he would never hurt her. She also wants Kayden to feel safe with her, too.
I thought there was more of Sara and Chris in Surrender after reading the synopsis but it’s actually there wasn’t. I actually preferred that the story focused on Ella and Kayden and didn’t have much of Sara and Chris no matter how much I love them since they already had their own series. It was kind of funny how Sara didn’t trust Kayden and Ella didn’t trust Chris. Ella and Sara were protective of each other and I have to say I really prefer the friendships in this series over the ones in Inside Out.
All in all I still have some questions but mostly I was satisfied how this ended. I’m so glad I decided to read the spin off and I’ll definitely read other books by this writer.