Review: Daniel’s Surrender by VJ and Sierra Summers

Daniel’s Surrender by VJ and Sierra Summers
Series: Corporate Affairs (# 3)
Release Date: August 1, 2012
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 219
Source:  Publisher

Daniel Ellis works hard and plays harder—and he’s not picky about his playmates. That is until his best friend’s “baby brother” Matthew catches his eye. Matthew’s drawn to Daniel like a moth to a flame—but Daniel’s push-me-pull-you game is making him nuts. To complicate things even more, the lovely Shannon Whitney has attracted them both, and she seems more than happy to share.

Corporate emergencies, family drama and a near fatal encounter with a drunk driver conspire to strip the three lovers bare, revealing their deepest fears and emotional wounds. It’s only with Matthew’s persistence, Shannon’s heart and Daniel’s surrender that the three can become whole.


Review: I had a really hard time getting into this book whereas the first book in the series I enjoyed immensely. I’m not sure why. The writing was fantastic and to the point, the way I like it. The characters were well thought out and the male characters manly and hot. A few chapters in the book became exactly how I wanted it to be. Full of drama and angst with a lot of hot sex.

Matthew has always felt somewhat inferior to his brother and sister. He knows he is a hard worker and is good looking but often lacked the self-confidence of his siblings. He did not realize that he enjoyed giving pleasure to other men till he was giving pleasure to Daniel. Matthew surrenders himself as well to Daniel in many ways.

Daniel is Matthew’s brother’s best friend. He is more serious and not as open with himself as Matthew or Shannon. Shannon is the apex of their triad. She keeps them all grounded and makes their relationship work. None of them were looking for a relationship but found one in the most unexpected places.

Once I got into the storyline it became more believable and interesting. The main focus of the storyline was on the relationship development but as well as the sex. The sex scenes were sizzling and were super hot. It read in a way that made you actually feel like you were an outsider looking in at their relationship.

I will definitely continue to follow these two authors in the future. I enjoyed this book as much as the first in the series. Their writing is clean and very vivid. I would highly recommend this series to anyone that enjoys a lot of drama with their sex.