Monday, February 24, 2014

REVIEW: The Surrender of Julia (Now and Forever 3)

L.A. artist phenom Julia Santos appeared to have it all. After a nearly two year long dry spell, her creativity was at its peak and she had her muse and model Jacob Hartley to thank for it. He brought the fire and raw sexuality back to her sculptures and into her bedroom, and a sense of security that only one other person in her life had ever given her. At last she had found the perfect balance between her professional and private lives, until the day a single call from someone in her past threatened to tear her world apart.

Fearful of losing all she’d worked so hard to accomplish, Julia delved deeper into the hedonistic lifestyle she’d come to rely on to give her an escape from the horrors of her past. Instead of bringing her comfort, her sexual urges lead her down the path of destruction; not only for herself, but those around her. With Jacob fighting for his life after a near fatal motorcycle accident and Julia on the brink of death herself, Fate and her Guardian Angel Daniel intervene and transport her to a safe haven called the Island.

There she’s given a choice: stay on the Island and wait for her next rebirth, or go back and fight to be with the one who has been there for her through every lifetime. Will she take the easy way out and leave all the pain behind, or will she choose the long and hard road reliving the horrors of her childhood in order to have her happily ever after with the Mistress of her dreams?

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5 Stars!

The Surrender of Julia (Now and Forever) has a lot to offer, from varying perspectives and a span of over a decade. There were so many surprises in this book, from Julia's past, to her present, including love triangles and overcoming personal obstacles and even a bit of self discovery. The erotic tones of the story were well done, with expressive and descriptive language that puts you right there in the room with Julia. The secondary characters are equally enthralling as their lives intertwine. 

A very well executed story on all accounts. Bravo to Tammy Dennings Maggy for bringing these characters to life! 

Reviewed by: CJ 

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