Sometimes the first step in taking control is surrendering. Under Faith Malone’s deceptively soft exterior lies a woman who knows exactly what she wants. A strong man who’ll take without asking, because she’s willing to give him everything... Dallas cop Gray Montgomery is on a mission: find the guy who killed his partner, and bring him to justice. So far, he’s found a link between the killer and Faith, and if Gray has to get close to her to catch the killer, so be it. Faith is sweet and feminine, everything Gray wants and desires in a woman, but he suspects she’s playing games. No way she would allow a man to call the shots in their relationship. Or would she? Faith sees in Gray the strong, dominant man she needs, but he seems determined to keep her at a distance. So she takes matters into her own hands to prove to him it’s no game she’s playing. She’s willing to surrender to the right man. Gray would like to be that man. But catching his partner’s killer has to be his first priority. Until Faith is threatened and Gray realizes he will do anything to protect her, even at the cost of his own life.
My Review: Well, there is a reason why people pick up these types of books, with sexy covers and a promising story. It is all about a certain three letter word... I would assume. OR you could be a romance junkie. That is a possibility, right? Anyway, this book drove me insane...and not in a good way. You know when people run their mouth? And then they don't back their ish up. When it comes down to it the characters in this book were all talk and no action... literally. It went on and on. Faith says she wants it all rough and a tumblin'. Yawn. I never really grew to like the characters. Never really cared if they did i tied up or down, or whatever. All it ever was was Gray going on and on about sweet and innocent Faith looked. Oh, she couldn't possibly want to really do it with him...like that, oh no! Wah, wah, wah. Bunch of whining. I never finished this. The flaky, wavering characters got on my nerves. Nothing really happened in the 200 pages I did manage to read. I would hesitantly recommend this book to people who enjoy the author's books or who are hardcore romance/erotic fans.