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Letting Go (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Surrender Trilogy (Maya Banks))

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. In her sensational Breathless Trilogy, #1 New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks tested the boundaries of desire. In her new trilogy, there's only one thing left to do: cross them.

Praise for Maya Banks and her novels: "Incredibly awesome...I love Maya Banks and I love her books." --Jaci Burton, "New York Times "bestselling author "Move over Fifty Shades...Maya got a little somethin' somethin' for ya." "When it comes to the steam ready to get burned!"--"Under the Covers " "Maya Banks writes the kind of books I love to read!"--Lora Leigh, #1 "New York Times" bestselling author "Maya Banks...really dragged me through the gamut of emotions. From...'is it hot in here?' to 'oh my GOD'...I'm ready for the next ride now!"--"USA Today" "[A] one-two punch of entertainment that will leave readers eager for the next book."--"Publishers Weekly" "A cross between the Bared to You or Fifty Shades series and the Wicked Lovers series by Shayla Black."--"Book Savvy Babe " "Hot enough to make even the coolest reader sweat!"--"Fresh Fiction " "You'll be on the edge of your seat with this one."--Night Owl Reviews "Definitely a recommended read."--"Fallen Angel Reviews" Maya Banks is a #1 "New York Times" bestselling author whose chart toppers have included erotic romance, romantic suspense, contemporary romance, and Scottish historical romance. She lives in the South with her husband and three children and other assorted babies, such as her two Bengal kitties and a calico who's been with her as long as her youngest child. She's an avid reader of romance and loves to dish books with her fans and anyone else who'll listen! She very much enjoys interacting with her readers on Facebook and Twitter as well as in her Yahoo!

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  • PDF | 352 pages
  • Turtleback; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (February 4, 2014)
  • English
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  • By Kali Nix on March 31, 2014

    I've been a fan of Maya Banks for a long time. The "Sweet series" knocked my socks off and left me nearly drooling with every installment. The "Breathless" trilogy was as emotionally gripping as it was physical.In this first taste of the "Surrender" trilogy, however, she falls far short of the impeccable standard she set with her previous books.I can't really nitpick about the book, because the things that made me grind my teeth about the book unfortunately took up a good chunk of it. So many different decisions, and thoughts, and statements, were repeated. Again and again. And then, yet again.It slowed down the story and distracted me from what should have been a delicious undercurrent to the relationship building between Joss and Dash. I actually got more out of the budding relationship between Kylie and Jensen than I did out of the two primary characters, and Jensen only made barely more than a cameo appearance.This was my eventual reaction to a lot of the prevalent "themes" in the story.Joss' hesitation due to Dash being dead husbands best friend: GET OVER IT!Kylie's reaction to what Joss wants to do in her life to make her happy: GET OVER IT!Chessy's reaction to, well, everything: Yeah, you get it. You understand, got it. No, really, I got it.As always once the relationship between the two main characters actually gets established (this time with WAY more "filler" in the pages than I'm used to from Maya), I can't complain. The sex is hot, the necessary conflict is interesting, and the reconciliation is a struggle between pride and love.I see a lot of "tricks" that have been used before in the other books she's written, however, which makes me think perhaps Banks should take a break, spend a few weeks in the sack with the lover of her choice, and then come back with some new, fresh and sexy ideas.I'll probably pass on the remaining books in this series, but pick up the next one, just to see if there's been any improvement.

  • By Guest on May 20, 2017

    This book had a very slow, and very repetitive start. <SPOILERS ahead> Let's face it if you're reading a BDSM book, you're reading it as much for the D/s sex, as for the D/s relationship, and in this story they don't even have their first sex scene until 43% into the book- and then it wasn't even a D/s scene! I also wasn't thrilled with Dash. He starts out as this quiet, devoted presence at first, and then when he's finally getting everything he'd ever dreamed of, he becomes way too insecure and hesitant to be a 'true Dom'- always walking on eggshells around her, questioning her- "Are you sure, Joss?"; "I hope you're sure." "Make sure you're sure."- and on, and on, and on, for most of that first 43%. I just wanted to scream, "YES! She's sure! Look where you discovered her, you idiot!" Joss was the true hero in this story- very strong, loving, giving, understanding- almost to the point that I wanted to tell her to let him go and find someone that deserved her.And PS- even though her ex-husband wouldn't do BDSM with her out of fear of becoming his father- he truly was a Dom at heart if you stop and think about the way he treated her (and his sister Kylie) before he died. Which again, is a point against Dash, as he should've seen it. Just sayin'.....I do want Book 2, because I'd really like to read Kylie and Jensen's story. Hopefully, he will be a very REAL loving, and strong Dom, and we will get to see her flower and learn what a true D/s relationship should, and will be, to get past her fears and her horrible past history. Especially since she's a very damaged, but true loving submissive too. She needs to heal.

  • By Gem Dreamer on September 17, 2017

    I love Maya Banks, but it seems that the last few series she's written are a bit "over" written. If this is your first Maya book, by all means, purchase it, read it, love it, but if you've been a fan of Maya's for years, you'll notice that there is a lot of repeating of feelings and such. The story is awesome, but at times it seems that she's over explaining things she's already explained. I'm not sure if this is to make the book longer, but it's unnecessary, in my opinion, and, after awhile, it just drags the story out too long. I found myself skimming after about 1/4 of the way through the book. I hate that because I'm not a skimmer. I liked the characters, but would really love if the story moved a little faster. I still love Maya, but I only liked this book.

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