Title: Sweet Seduction Surrender Series: Sweet Seduction #4 Author: Nicola Claire Rating: "Don't for a minute believe I want you any other way, Jason Cain. The second you stop being you, is the moment you should fear most."
For several months now Katie Anscombe has tried to hide her attraction to Jason Cain. That's what everyone expects of Katie. And of course, it helps that he basically ignores her too. But something about the ex-special forces soldier has caught her attention. And dreams are free, aren't they?
Forced into a lock-down for forty-eight hours, with no one to come between them and stop the tension from exploding inside her small house, things become volatile. And a volatile Jason Cain is really something to witness. But the closer she gets to Jason, the more it becomes apparent that he's unlike any other man she has ever met.
A sexy, dominant, but slightly broken soldier. A Pandora's Box of desire and fervent need opened. Katie and Jason must face up to their fears, in order to embrace what feels right. But with overprotective brothers and an eccentric millionaire art dealer throwing spanners in the works, surrendering to each other isn't as easy as it sounds. Fighting their attraction has been second nature for too long, so when they finally give in to their base desires, will it be everything Katie dreamed about? And will it last?
Sweet Seduction Surrender begins when ASI has to go on lock down for basically two days due to dangerous things going on. So Katie gets stuck with Jason protecting her. But what actually happens is these two finally giving in to their major attraction to each other. As the book continues we see them go through some good, and major bad times.
I thought this one was good, but not as good as previous books. I really loved Jason and Katie together they were perfect. And I really liked the fact that Katie knew how to take care of her self in this book. It was really awesome to learn her secrets. i still feel like we don't know a whole lot about Jason, but that was okay him and Katie together sort of overshadow their individuality which wasn't really a bad thing at all. Now I look forward to more in this series!