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Summary

Stefan March lives for a good time. Born into wealth, he sees everything in terms of what he can have, especially women. So far, life has denied him nothing and no one. When he meets his newest bartender, he instantly knows who his next conquest will be, but Shay's not like the usual women he collects. To get her, he'll have to be more than just the player he's always been.

Shay Callahan is beautiful, determined, and intelligent. She's got plans for her life, and they don't include getting sidetracked by a man, and certainly not her wealthy player boss. Her job at Club X is for one thing - money to fund her education - but if she can make Stefan March see he's not God's gift to women, all the better. She never expects to find out there's more to him than meets the eye. As different as day and night, can these two see past who they think they are to find love?

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  • H. Riley
  • 08-08-15

Hard to listen to

Really didn't care for the male narrator. His voice was so-so for the male characters, but nerve grating for the female characters.

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  • keith
  • 07-12-16

OK so I should have listened to the other reviews!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would recommend to read the book, but not on audible. The male narrator absolutely ruined it.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

I felt the ending was a bit too predictable, but I still like a happy ending.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The male narrator voice was distracting. Far too whinny and scratchy.

Did Surrender inspire you to do anything?

Yes, listen to the other reviews. I would probably still have bought the book put in a print version to avoid the poor narration.

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  • BCherry27
  • 22-01-18

Great story! Thoroughly enjoyed it!

I’m really enjoying the “Club X” series! They’re great books! Love the storyline, and the characters are fortunately (or unfortunately) quite relatable.
Stefan March is a player in every sense of the word. Shay Callahan, no matter how much she thinks she is, is not. On ridiculous bets, each decides to “play” the other.this can only end in disaster, right?
The narrators did a really good job getting the emotions across and told a flawless story. But sadly, Stefan, who was suppose to be this super-stud hottie, just came across really whiny. Even in the steamy scenes, he sounded like a spoiled, girly brat. Not what I got when reading the book at all. So that was a little disappointing. C.J. Bloom did a really good job with Shay though!
Hopefully, in the next book K.M. Can find a narrator with a deep raspy voice for Kane. If he sounded like Stefan, I don’t think I could listen. 😣

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  • Serene
  • 04-11-17

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The book would have been good if I was reading but the male narrator in this book sucked. He should be reading mystery’s or children’s books.

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  • Melvina R. Jones
  • 20-10-17

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Did not like Max voice or narratives. Will not listen to another one of his

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  • Jewel Browne
  • 17-10-17

meh...

the character Stephen was annoying and the male narrator's voice got on my nerve. definitely not going to finish the series

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  • PV
  • 24-09-17

Male narrator ruined it for me!

Too bad as the story was not bad. Just a bad fit for the male part. What a shame!

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  • Godhasme
  • 08-09-17

Subpar Narrations

Compared to book one, the male narrations are weak. Their tones do not reflect strong, muscular, bad-ass men. They sound like weak, young college punks, running a game on young inexperienced college girls.

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  • Virginia
  • 04-09-17

Loved it!

This one will make you bite your nails wondering if they could overcome the blockades that were in the way. Don't miss this!

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  • M. Desrosiers
  • 17-02-17

good book

I didn't care for the male narrator but the story was great. K.M Scott is one of my favorite writers!