Surrender at DawnBy: Laura Griffin
Format: ePub Un-encrypted (DRM free)
Reader Review: Did I miss something? It's one thing for a book to leave you wishing for more, but I felt like this story was a tease! I adored the characters, and was vested in the story, but I felt like it was cut short and ended entirely too awkwardly.
Former Navy SEAL Jack Brenner knows he's in trouble the minute Charlotte Whiteside steps into a seedy Thai bar and asks him to help rescue her brother, who is being held hostage on a nearby island. Jack doesn't want to get tangled up in Charlotte's problems or anyone else's, but an obligation to a SEAL teammate prompts him to help her. They embark on a nighttime mission that turns out to be more dangerous--and passionate--than either of them ever imagined. (short story, about 20 pages, plus book excerpt) Praise for New York Times bestseller Laura Griffin: "The perfect mix of suspense and romance." --Booklist "Gritty, imaginative, sexy! You MUST read Laura Griffin." --NYT bestseller Cindy Gerard
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|Title of eBook: Surrender at Dawn|
|Release Date: 06-14-2011|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)||Store Sales Rank: 271|
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Surrender at Dawn
Jack’s senses went on alert, and it only took a glimpse at the mirror behind the bar for him to know why. The woman making her way through the scattered rattan tables and chairs was American, clueless, and on a mission, and the combination tripped an alarm in Jack’s brain.
He eyed her from beneath the brim of his Dodgers cap as she approached the counter. She claimed the empty stool three down from his and tucked one of those yellow corkscrew curls behind her ear. Then she flashed the bartender a smile.
“I’m looking for John Brenner, of Brenner Aviation.”
Kai responded with a blank look, and she leaned closer to him.
“Do you speak English?”
“I’m looking for John Brenner,” she repeated, and Jack caught the Southern drawl in her voice. “He’s a pilot. American. I was told he hangs out here?”
Jack savored one last swill of beer. He plunked the bottle on the bar, and the noise caught her attention. She cast a glance in his direction, did a double-take, then slowly turned to face him.
“Mr. Brenner?” She slid off the barstool and walked over.
Title: Surrender at Dawn February 23, 2012 Did I miss something? It's one thing for a book to leave you wishing for more, but I felt like this story was a tease! I adored the characters, and was vested in the story, but I felt like it was cut short and ended entirely too awkwardly.
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 4 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
Reviewer: A reader from wyoming, USA
February 23, 2012
Did I miss something? It's one thing for a book to leave you wishing for more, but I felt like this story was a tease! I adored the characters, and was vested in the story, but I felt like it was cut short and ended entirely too awkwardly.
Surrender at Dawn
October 26, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from BAHAMA, AL USA
I really like this book. I enjoyed the relationships and was vested in the story. I would recommend.
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