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Surrender by Rachel Van Dyken

6 months ago


This book was everything I didn't know this series needed. While I would LOVE to have more books in this series, but one was the perfect cherry on top for me. This relationship was eluded to, but you have no idea what you are getting with these two.
This read was sexy and fun and like a typical Seaside read, it was hilarious and brought back the entire gang. Drew has demons and so does Bronte. With life throwing them together they have to battle their demons to let themselves find the happy that they both so completely deserve. Bronte is a single mom who has never been values and Drew is a rockstar who has never truly been loved. Throw them together with a sassy teenager and watch the fireworks. This is an HEA with the angst that you know and love and the drama that is JUST enough. Perfection at Seaside.
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Synopsis:

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Rachel Van Dyken comes the next standalone rockstar romance in her Seaside Pictures series… I had his posters on my wall when I was sixteen and when I accidentally got pregnant in high school—his was the face I dreamt of when I closed my eyes at night. Now, over twenty years later, that dream's turned into a reality. Not only is Drew Amhurst in my tiny town of Seaside, live and in the flesh… But he's mentoring my rockstar son. Drew says he's mine for a week. And he made me three promises. "No strings attached." "No falling in love." "It's only seven days." He's confident that he can help me rediscover myself both in and out of the bedroom, and I'm confident that he's too arrogant for his own good. And at the end of seven days, he swears he'll walk out of my life the way he came into it. The only problem is, the more I get to know him, the more I want to surrender the last pieces of my heart and beg him to stay.