Thursday, December 17, 2015

Unyielding Surrender (Montana Double Riders #2) by Elle Saint James

 
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Gabriel is driving home when he finds a beautiful woman, Suzanna, stranded on the side of the road. He over’s her assistance by calling a tow truck. As they wait for the tow truck Gabriel’s would be stalker comes driving up the road to him kissing Suzanna. Together they explain to the determined Cindy that they are seeing each other making it clear that Gabriel is off the market.

When Suzanna and Gabriel can’t find her a place to stay, he takes her to where he works where he has her wait in the bar while he talks his boss into letting her stay there. While waiting for Gabriel she meets Nathan whom she also feels a strong attraction, so when she discovers that they are best friends that share absolutely everything including women she is excited and eager to spend time with them. Pity it can only be for a short time since her own stalker is hot on her trail and she needs to get as far away as she can.

I read Unbridled Temptation, the first book in the series, and was a little excited to get into the next book but I wasn’t nearly as impressed with this book as I was with the first one. I feel there could have been more to the story line because the stalker was not nearly as big a threat as he could have been even with all the steamy hot sex scenes floating around. I saw more of Cindy making Gabriel irritated then I did the threat to Suzanna. Granted Nathan’s fantasy sex in the blacksmiths shop was entertaining and the bedroom and shower scenes were rockin’ but those weren’t the only things going on in the story. And the only sign that Suzanna’s stalker is in town is what he does to her car while it is in the shop, and doesn’t even take place until closer to the end of the book. Sex scenes are great but more about the actual story line would make this book much better.

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Suzanna Creighton, running from an abusive ex-boyfriend, ends up stranded roadside in Montana. Gabriel Wallace finds her, helps her with the car repair, but has trouble finding her a motel room. His best friend Nathan Talbot suggests she move into their home and try out their menage lifestyle as well, opening up a whole new world of pleasure and opportunities.

Gabriel, owner of Enclave Auto and a part-time deputy sheriff in the local Old West Town amusement park, is immediately enamored of Suzanna. He and Nathan, Old West Town’s only blacksmith, have never planned on permanence with regard to their relationships, but find they are unwilling to let Suzanna out of their lives so easily. She agrees to stay with them on a more permanent basis, until an unexpected scare makes her want to hit the road and keep on running.

If Suzanna stays and faces her ex, can she survive, and will she possibly endanger both Gabriel and Nathan?