Due to sexual content and heavy subject matter of an abusive nature, this book may not be suitable for all audiences.
Macy Carrington is broken. The strong, beautiful woman that I've unwittingly fallen in love with is all kinds of broken from a secret that she has carried for far too long.
A secret so dark, she has gone to great lengths to protect it.
A secret that I'm terrified will one day rip her away from me.
The only time Macy frees herself from the darkness is when she is naked and in my arms. When I am deep inside her body, there is nothing she fears. When she wraps herself around me, she is at peace.
If she would only yield to me completely, I know I can set her free.
Yield is the final book in the Legal Affairs trilogy of Cal and Macy's story.
©2015 Sawyer Bennett (P)2016 Sawyer Bennett
Audible Addict!!! My Favorite books have change since joining Audible and my taste for erotic has enhanced! Follow me to the dark side. ;)
I really did love this series however the books are two short and Yo Girl Don't Play That. I don't like books that cost me one credit for five hours or less. Not a smart purchase. The series is hot and has such a wonderful ending that made it even better. I will buy books from this author again AS LONG AS THEY ARE AT LEAST 7 HOURS
Performance was amazing too. Love Lee's voice!
This series is as good as Legal Affairs and Wicked horse! Hope Ms Bennett continues to write and write...
Would have liked this much better if Massey had not been ultimately weak and selfish. Liked books one and parts but not all of book two; However, admittedly skipped most of book three due to Massey"s Selfishness! Not sure will listen to this author again due to this story outcome!
Not all women are this weak and this absolutely selfish!
"Fantastic end to the trilogy"
This is the 3rd book in the Cal and Macy story trilogy, and as such the previous 2 books should be read first. And. Whoa! What an end! I wasn't expecting the shock factor to be quite so high! But, yep, it was. My heart really went out to Macy and everything that she dealt with in regards to her dreadful family. Of course her 'big secret' took a while to come out fully in the storyline. I was kept in the dark, guessing, and thinking that maybe Macy was being a bit of a drama queen. I felt she owed Cal a little bit more of herself. Well hell. How wrong was I? I absolutely loved this final book in the Cal and Macy trilogy, a firm winner for me and quite the grand finale for the Legal Affairs series. Fantastic.
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