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My Surrender Ebook ï 384 pages Ó Gwairsoft Ù ❮KINDLE❯ ❄ My Surrender ❁ Author Connie Brockway – Gwairsoft.co.uk CONNIE BROCKWAY sweeps readers into the ballrooms and boudoirs of Regency era London and on to the Scottish Highlands in a sizzling tale of scandal deception and breathtaking passionShreds? And when Highlander Dand Ross a dangerous disreputable blackguard reappears in her life and offers his aid dare she accept it? The exuisite pleasure she finds in his arms might be worth the price of her surrender but is the dark Highlander who loves her so passionately really just luring her toward the ultimate betrayal? There is nothing NOT to like about Charlotte Nash as a heroine and Dand Ross as a hero Charlotte is an innocent idealist and patriot willing to risk her reputation virtue and life for her country thus her decision to take the place of a courtesan spy in going to a comte’s castle to become his mistress This will give her an opportunity to look for a letter that holds the fate of the war with France Dand is one of the Rose Hunters three menspies who vowed to protect Charlotte and her two sisters after their father exchanged his life for the men’s when they were held tortured and about to be executed by the French Ram and Kit have already fallen for the other two Nash sisters The less emotional and unreadable Dand seem unlikely to follow suit with Charlotte But he does and she does in return as well The repartee between them is witty amusing heady and passionate Dand does not say what he’s thinking or feeling but they are in his intent looks in his body language and nuances And he’s intense The perfect romantic hero But I just feel that Ms Brockway could have pushed for the emotions further She could have made us privy to Dand’s thoughts and feelings not too much but just enough All the right words emotions and situations are there but she always stops just before you want to sigh at the romance of it all Even at the end when I would have appreciated a clearer detailing of the epilogue that Charlotte was embraced back to society how she and Dand were toasted for their patriotism and bravery how they found Douglas the antagonist who was once a “brother” and co conspirator of the Rose Hunters but went mad with the guilt and shame of betraying their secrets under torture’ body and how the three Rose Hunters talked about the past and had some closure Ms Brockway only hinted at all of these It actually fits the characters Less talk action but it always brought me back up every time I am about to fall in love with this book The passages about the Rose Hunters’ past with Douglas are really fascinating and compelling though – from Dand’s hinted royal blood to the four orphans meeting and training under the watchful eye of monks their brotherhood until they all became spies for the country to the moment that they were captured and tortured with Dand not revealing that he knew it was Douglas who betrayed them thinking that he didn’t want to betray Douglas whom they all thought had been executed

My SurrenderShreds? And when Highlander Dand Ross a dangerous disreputable blackguard reappears in her life and offers his aid dare she accept it? The exuisite pleasure she finds in his arms might be worth the price of her surrender but is the dark Highlander who loves her so passionately really just luring her toward the ultimate betrayal? There is nothing NOT to like about Charlotte Nash as a heroine and Dand Ross as a hero Charlotte is an innocent idealist and patriot willing to risk her reputation virtue and life for her country thus her decision to take the place of a courtesan spy in going to a comte’s castle to become his mistress This will give her an opportunity to look for a letter that holds the fate of the war with France Dand is one of the Rose Hunters three menspies who vowed to protect Charlotte and her two sisters after their father exchanged his life for the men’s when they were held tortured and about to be executed by the French Ram and Kit have already fallen for the other two Nash sisters The less emotional and unreadable Dand seem unlikely to follow suit with Charlotte But he does and she does in return as well The repartee between them is witty amusing heady and passionate Dand does not say what he’s thinking or feeling but they are in his intent looks in his body language and nuances And he’s intense The perfect romantic hero But I just feel that Ms Brockway could have pushed for the emotions further She could have made us privy to Dand’s thoughts and feelings not too much but just enough All the right words emotions and situations are there but she always stops just before you want to sigh at the romance of it all Even at the end when I would have appreciated a clearer detailing of the epilogue that Charlotte was embraced back to society how she and Dand were toasted for their patriotism and bravery how they found Douglas the antagonist who was once a “brother” and co conspirator of the Rose Hunters but went mad with the guilt and shame of betraying their secrets under torture’ body and how the three Rose Hunters talked about the past and had some closure Ms Brockway only hinted at all of these It actually fits the characters Less talk action but it always brought me back up every time I am about to fall in love with this book The passages about the Rose Hunters’ past with Douglas are really fascinating and compelling though – from Dand’s hinted royal blood to the four orphans meeting and training under the watchful eye of monks their brotherhood until they all became spies for the country to the moment that they were captured and tortured with Dand not revealing that he knew it was Douglas who betrayed them thinking that he didn’t want to betray Douglas whom they all thought had been executed

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My Surrender ¸ Ish spies in conveying messages that will help them infiltrate Napoleon's inner circle and fulfill the mission her father died trying to achieve But only as a courtesan can she infiltrate London's most notorious gatherings and retrieve a crucial document Is she ready to take part in a deception that will leave her reputation in I know a lot of readers really liked this trilogy From the start I did not buy into the story It was draggy to me There was a lot of redundancy in the story line I think these three books could have been reduced to one if you eliminate the number of times that each heroheroine was seduced tried to be seduced wanted to be seduced or pretended not to be seduced I kept skip skip skipping along so I could confirm that the traitor was whom I had identified in the first book Oh well they can't all be wonderful Doc Æ My Surrender ☆ Connie Brockway

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Connie Brockway ☆ My Surrender Mobi CONNIE BROCKWAY sweeps readers into the ballrooms and boudoirs of Regency era London and on to the Scottish Highlands in a sizzling tale of scandal deception and breathtaking passion Charlotte Nash is the most impulsive of the Nash sisters Using her position as one of London's most popular and naughty debutantes she assists Engl Charlotte Nash has been romping through society for years collecting tidbits of knowledge she passes on to aid in the fight against Protestants and France Nobody suspects anything because women amirite so everyone just thinks she's a floozy Dand Ross is also a spy When Charlotte needs to go undercover by going under the covers heh she turns to the one man pledged to aid her however she might need it Dand Lights inappropriate touching love 1 This was actually a rather well done reflection on the 'fall from grace' a woman might suffer if she opted to circumvent society's dictates on proper behavior?? While there are holes in it and it could have used slightly fleshing out in place of some of the spy games nonsense watching Charlotte determine how to move forward with her ruination in spite of her friends concerns was intriguing Her family is notably absent which is one of the aforementioned 'holes' but There's a sense of very real conseuence to Charlotte's decision and one passage in particular where Charlotte is realizing the impact to her friends and family and attempting to harden her resolve was so well done I may have teared up??—don't tell anyone Anyways2 That said the spy games werewhatever It was less about the actual spying and about reminding us that Charlotte is an information gatherer and Dand may or may not be a well known spy from the continent?? THE MORE YOU KNOW The reality is that the spy stuff was not interesting to me and the implications of the very important letter were lost on me 3 Rose Bros HO 4 The premise that 3 men bonded by an oath to each other then marry the 3 daughters of some man who saved their life is silly And with that silliness prowling in the margins it made it hard to believe that Dand and Charlotte were actually falling in love because they connected over a shared worldview and that Dand was the last of the Rose Bros available to protect Charlotte and of course they end up together because NEAT ENDINGS SELL ROMANCES? IDK it ended up feeling lazy rather thenlike it fit like it worked 5 Very little of this novel is from Dand's POV; basically he's a shadow with a mysterious aristocratic background that has boners for Charlotte 6 Also the ending was a complete disaster It ends when Charlotte's brothers in law arrive and knock out Dand THE END There is zero resolution to any of it It's sloppy and shoddy and removed a lot of my goodwill by being so ridiculous PS THAT EPILOGUE DOESN'T EXIST YOU CAN'T TELL ME OTHERWISE7 In spite of all my complaining and italics I did enjoy this the most of the 3 I think or from what I can remember of the other 2; I just wish the spylooming villain crap had been left where it belonged Bourne's hands and there was a little development to Dand