Arianna Harlow has a choice. Does she choose love or self-respect? Will she give up her freedom and become nothing but a shadow of herself? This is the exciting sequel to the NYT and USA Today best-selling book, Surrender.
In Submit, Ari faces an impossible ultimatum. She needs to decide whether to accept Raffaelo Palazzo's indecent proposal and stay at his side as his bought mistress, under his complete control in his world and in his bedroom. Rafe holds the keys to her mother's happiness, and Ari must choose love for her mother or respect for herself and for the morals her mother instilled in her. You'll find out that decision in this book and discover the unexpected repercussions of what Ari does choose. In Surrender, we were also introduced to the dynamic story of Shane Grayson and Lia Palazzo. See where their story leads as the Surrender Series continues. Watch as two strong, confident women make choices that will affect their lives forever. Who will submit? Will it be the women or the men?
©2013 Melody Anne (P)2013 Melody Anne
Book one of the series had just enough character development that I bought this because I was actually interested in seeing what would unfold. Despite the fact that this is just another series with a kinky millionaire who must have his way, I was entertained.
Now, I am approximately 1/4 of the eye rolling way thru this book and I have had all the "thrusting manhood", "Shattering Core", and "Pulsing womanhood" I can stand.
This is one average length novel, chopped into three teeth clenchingly bad novella's to collect 3 credits.
The narrator is better in Submit, but her tone is so low that you really have to focus on listening because any other noise in the house or car seems to drown her out.....thankfully I won't have to worry about that because I have had all the "lengthy shaft" I can stomach.
Sexy,hot,tense,super romantic,loving,family,controlling to say the least. Sub...MIT... If you say no more it would have best described the book. .. I must say it leaves you wanting more,......
I enjoyed Lilly Swans voices over the voice of the first book. Her voice is much more friendly and easy to listen to.
Say something about yourself!
In my heart of hearts I want to say I threw this book down in disgust that the leading man Rafe would treat Ari like that...but it was like watching a train wreck, I couldn't look away.
This book has flaws...people seem to do things out of character to continue the plot (which I truly dislike!), people are upset when I can't understand why, and fine when I am screaming at my iphone that I can't believe that just happened! Time lines are messed up, one minute they are taking a vacation after 1 month...then she gets home from a 4 day trip and her 3 months are up...I was confused. I did like the secondary action of the side characters coming into their own stories. All I can say is YAY Ari for the end of the book....and boo rafe! But then I had to get book 3 to see where the heck all this was going!
Overall I just don't know about this book...I think the third will make or break my love of the series. The narrator changed....but I can't say it's for the better! The guys no longer sound like trolls...they now all sound the same and all sound like the girls, barely any distinction. Follow that up with the worst editing hack job of an audiobook I have EVER heard and you have a miserable listen. The chick was speed reading and if you tried to slow it down it echoed...and I'm originally from NJ fast talking doesn't bother me, but fast talking a love scene was just creepy! Then there seemed to be no breaks between paragraphs, or sentences and the whole timing was just so incredibly off. I will have to say though I already started book 3 and I am happy to report that they FINALLY got the narration and editing correct.
I'll keep you posted!
I would recommend the book, not the audio, the narrator sounds as if she is not interested and come off a bored!
No to listen too...boring narrator
did not bring life to story
get a new narrator
I love audible books!
No! I found the narrator read the story too fast and lacked expression. I read this book before listening to the audio version. I must say that I am very disappointed in the narrative. I think she took all the emotion and excitement from the sorry. Very disappointed!
I didn't hear her express any excitement in the reading. I thought that it may pick up as the book went along, but I was wrong!
I am looking forward to book three in this series but I hope they choose a better narrator!
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