Seduction and Surrender by C.C. Gibbs #Review

Title: Seduction and Surrender
Author: C.C. Gibbs

Genre: Erotic Romance
Series: Reckless #2
Format: eBook, 432 pages

Publisher: Forever
Publication Date: December 1st 2015

**I received this ARC via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review**

From the peaks of erotic ecstacy—to the point of no return . . .

Power. Passion. Pleasure beyond imagining. Billionaire playboy Rafe Contini offers all this—and more—to the beautiful Nicole Parrish, a young American traveler with a taste for adventure that matches his own. From the private yachts of Monte Carlo to the palatial estates of Geneva to the glittering penthouses of Bangkok, Rafe has shown her a world of unimaginable sensual delights. Now, he is ready to take her to the next daring level. Of danger. Of desire. Of deliciously erotic self-discovery . . .

Nicole has never known a man as sexy, as strong—or as commanding—as Rafe Contini. Night after steamy night, he turns up the heat, tests her boundaries, and pushes the limits of her body and soul to the point of sweetest agony. But when this masterful lover sweeps her away to a secluded island getaway—where anything can and will happen—Nicole must decide just how far she wants to take this game. And just how much she can bend Rafe’s rules . . .


I absolutely loved Power and Possession and have been anxiously awaiting the continuation of Rafe and Nicole’s story. It did not disappoint. The chemistry between Rafe and Nicole is explosive and sizzling hot. It’s easy to forget that they haven’t known each other for very long. I still don’t like how jealous/possessive Rafe is about Nicole’s past considering his past but she holds her own against him so I can overlook it. 

The sex scenes in this book are super steamy as you would expect from an erotic romance. The thing that some people might not like about Seduction and Surrender is the fact that it is written in multiple 3rd person POV. This didn’t bother me as I thought it added more to the story. There is so much going on what with Rafe and Nicole’s lives being in danger at the end of the first book leading into this one and Rafe trying to protect them and his friends and family. 

I would highly recommend this series. 

Rating: 4 stars