The anticipated conclusion to the Final Harris Brother Duet.
To dominate one’s heart is to truly be free.
After the harrowing attack against Gareth and Sloan, there are more than just physical wounds that must be healed.
Recovering and moving on from their dark pasts is the only way they can truly find their bright futures.
Who will surrender? And who will dominate?
A quick recap with the blurb of Surrender:
One night of complete surrender is all it takes.
Gareth Harris is Manchester United’s reclusive star defender. He has control over all aspects of his life. But a lifetime of supporting his siblings and filling in for an emotionally absent father has taken its toll.
Sloan Montgomery is a clothing stylist whose world was turned upside down when she found herself pregnant and moving to Manchester with a man who was never supposed to be her forever. Now recently divorced and struggling with shared custody of her daughter, control is a fleeting concept for this American living in England.
Both Gareth and Sloan are in need of a release.
A moment in time where they can forget about their pasts and family pressures...and just...
Review highlights of Surrender:
A completely different feel in this book. I thought previous books were light-hearted, funny but this is Gareth's story who is a serious guy so obviously the humor is few and far between.
You still get glimpses of the brothers in this book who I love especially their humour but the main focus is on Gareth and his personal stylist Sloan.
Gareth and Sloan's relationship is a kind of friends with benefits but so much more. Both characters have issues, both characters tread on careful relationship waters and both characters are sizzling hot together. Dominate finishes on a cliffhanger.
I cannot express the journey I have been on with this book it is so much more than Sloan and Gareth's story, its a sunami of all emotions built up throughout the years in the Harris household, its a finale and the end of an era. I feel so sad letting these characters go, unless we get Vaughn's (the father's) story (pretty please)
I have laughed, cried and hung on through the angst. This series is brilliant but Gareth's story completes, it all.
This duet can be read as a standalone like all the other books in this series but I urge you to read this from the beginning with Challenge to get a true feel of this family's strength and journey they have all been on.
Amy Daw's has completely nailed the British football and passion Brits have for it and no mater if your a fan or not, if nothing else you get the message that the passion and love of the same thing has kept this family together and has kept them strong. Gareth and Vi were the glue and football was their focus and distraction.
So much more than a football series it's a story that needs to be read.
Arc gratefully received for review purposes
Audio: Coming in August