Review: Sweet Surrender by Nina Lane

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He’s an encyclopedia of sex. She’s ready to do some research.
Super-efficient Kate Darling needs lessons in love. As executive assistant to the CEO of the Sugar Rush Candy Company, Kate knows everything about organization and nothing about relationships. Then she literally falls into the arms of Tyler Stone, youngest Sugar Rush heir and notorious bad boy.

After a colossal screw-up involving a pretty girl and a stolen speedboat, Tyler is facing the punishment of an actual job. His father has sentenced him to organize the company library, which is Tyler’s definition of cruel and unusual punishment. But if he can convince industrious, resourceful Kate to help him, he’ll earn his release in no time.

Kate is no fool. Tyler is an authority on sex, and she wants to learn. She’ll help him with the library—if he’ll teach her about the erotic side of romance.

Cataloging, alphabetizing, and metadata collide in a storm of lust, sweat, and dirty talk as Kate and Tyler get to work on both the library and each other. But when he starts falling for her, their hot affair will be one for the books.

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5 Stars*****

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I LOVEEEEE Nina's books, 'oh my' she has the ability to grip my heart and mind from page 1. I'll even say I'm spell bounded by her magic. Her words just touch me EVERY SINGLE TIME. And even though tbh this is a lighthearted read you kind of read between the lines and feel the characters for what they are.. 

Making sense? Lol


Ok so what's it about?
Tyler Stone is the younger brother of the family and also the irresponsible one, he lives by drink, sex and fun. He's the one who just loves to party and have fun. Yet he has a debt to pay so ends up in the hands of Kate DARRRLING. Kate is the Assistant to Luke, Tyler's older brother, but she's good at everything and she exceeds in getting the job done. So Tyler see's this as a good thing right? And that leads to 'cough' Kate helping him in more ways than one.

I just loved both these characters, Nina makes you sympathise with them, see deeper and see into what they're going through. If that's that Kate wants more for herself or that Tyler doesn't lift himself up more. They gelled together and made for each other... kind of like chalk and cheese in the best kind of way.


And with Tyler let's just SWOOON over him for a minute. There's a certain charisma about Tyler, a special kind of chemistry that you get pulled into. I love the edgier heroes.. Tyler was just that, and you look deeper and you see the special person he is...

I'm not going to say anymore and hope I haven't spoilt this too much for you, but as far as Nina's books go, this one is in my top favs list.

That. Is. All



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