Thursday, June 13, 2019

Review: The Ultimate Surrender (The Cavallo Brothers) by Elsa Winckler

On a sunny beach in the Seychelles, she stole his heart.

Darryn Cavallo is a seasoned photographer and quite used to being surrounded by gorgeous, half-naked women without breaking a sweat but he isn’t ready for the powerful feelings fashion model Hannah Sutherland elicits the minute he sets eyes on her. He’d once made the rookie mistake of falling for a model and it had ended badly, so when another photographer implies he’s also been with Hannah, Darryn uses it as the perfect excuse to walk away.

But when they meet again, Darryn can’t ignore his instincts—Hannah is in danger. Lies and threats make targets of them both, and faced with a situation of pure terror, Darryn is forced to realize he’ll do anything to protect her. And to keep her with him, always…

My Review:

This is a fast-paced story about a model and photographer who first met in Seychelles and end up spending a few days together.  Even though Darryn had feelings for Hannah, he knew they couldn’t have a relationship.  But, when Hannah ends up in danger, Darryn is right there to help her.

I enjoyed the chemistry between Hannah and Darryn.  They were a fun couple to read about.   I liked the setting and the way the author told the story keeping me intrigued.  This may not have been my favorite book in The Cavallo Brothers series, but it was still a good addition.  If you’re looking for an exciting romance with a bit of suspense, this one would be a good one to read.  But, I would recommend reading this series in order.

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