In Total Surrender - Anne Mallory

In Total Surrender

By Anne Mallory

  • Release Date: 2011-09-27
  • Genre: Historical
In Total Surrender book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 70 Ratings)

In Total Surrender Anne Mallory Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

“No one does lush, riveting romance like Anne Mallory. Her books are like chocolate—decadent and delicious.” —Sarah MacLean

Lush, colorful, and sensuous—a Regency Era delight in the bestselling vein Julia Quinn and Elizabeth Boyle—In Total Surrenderwill enthrall romance aficionados from the very first page.

Andreas Merrick is the king of London’sdark underworld, having amassedunimaginable wealth and power . . . and afierce reputation that leaves even thebravest men quaking in their boots. Yet one person is maddeningly unintimidated byhis fearsome presence: the persistentMiss Phoebe Pace.

And one kiss always leads to another . . .

Equal parts honey and steel, Phoebe willstop at nothing to find her missing brotherand save her family. Though associatingwith Andreas means peril and scandal,she never expects to experience a passionso intense that it threatens to consume her.But enigmatic Andreas is no ordinary manto love. He brings dangers from all sides—without and within—while tempting herbeyond her wildest dreams . . .

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User reviews about this book

  • This is no Max! Read 7 Secrets again and avoid this one

    3
    By Piquichi
    The first reviews compared Andreas to Max. Sorry, but this anti-hero is no Max. He has the makings of a Max but isn't developed enough. No one is. And for all the painstaking detail in even the smallest glance, the love scenes are glossed over. Why? This book is in need of a less kind editor. Not for grammatical or spelling errors but for clarity. Yes, I know this author likes to hide things to create mystery. But she rarely succeeds in fooling the reader, so why go to such convoluted lengths to try? In Seven Secrets, the character tried to hide his identity but the reader was in on it and it worked. The lack of love scenes was more than made up for in Secrets with the erotic badinage. Not here. I so wanted to like this book, but ended up annoyed, knowing that the author could've done better. In fact, in many ways this was the poor man's Seven Secrets. I ended up wishing she had turned over her character sketches to someone else to craft and develop the story. Disappointed.

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