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Home Nora Roberts Suzanna's Surrender. Suzanna's Surrender, . Part of The Calhouns series by Nora Roberts.

Home Nora Roberts Suzanna's Surrender. Suzannas surrender, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19. Suzanna’s Surrender, by Nora Roberts. The Calhouns 4. Summary: Suzanna Calhoun and her sisters simply HAD to find the priceless emeralds hidden somewhere in their ancestral home. The jewels were the key to the deadly mystery that had threatened them for so long.

Original Publication. You can’t bottle wish fulfillment, but Nora Roberts certainly knows how to put it on the page. Roberts has a warm feel for her characters and an eye for the evocative detail. The publishing world might be hard-pressed to find an author with a more diverse style or fertile imagination than Roberts.

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Suzanna's Surrender can be enjoyed as a captivating standalone novel. It is also the fourth book in The Calhouns series, which begins with Courting Catherine and continues with A Man for Amanda, For the Love of Lilah and Megan's Mate.

I totally recommend Suzanna's Surrender by Nora Roberts to contemporary romance lovers. Even with the slight datedness to it, it's such a great example of what Nora Roberts does. However, I do not recommend the audio book. That's how I would describe Suzanna! Bad experience broke her but she knew how to be there for her children and how to survive for them. I just love the way Nora Roberts draws the image of the single mother whether it is in this book or in The Key of Valor or in Finding the Dream. You just feel that it is different and that mothers never fail to be there.

Lol I was nodding off over my book on several different occasions. One person found this helpful.

Could he resist her or the challenge of finally solving the Calhoun family's biggest mystery? 'The most successful novelist on Planet Earth' - Washington Post & storyteller of immeasurable diversity and talent' - Publisher's Weekly show more.

Nora Roberts is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 200 novels. She is also the author of the bestselling In Death series written under the pen name J. D. Robb. There are more than 500 million copies of her.

Part of The Calhouns. Nora Roberts is the New York Times bestselling author of more than 200 novels.

Suzanna heard the quick desperate sound, felt it tear from her own throat as her body arched up. Whole words exploded inside of her with a roar more huge than the thunder that stalked just over-head. Stunned, she lay shuddering under him as he lifted his head to stare at her. Her eyes were dark, her face flushed with fresh fever. Beneath his, her body shook with aftershocks even as her hands slipped limply from his back to his ravaged bed. He hadn't guessed what it would do to him to see that kind of dazed pleasure on her face. But he knew he wanted more.

All of the weighty and worrisome cares she carried in her vanished. In their place, rioting sensations sprinted. The tensed ripple of muscle under her fingers, the hot and desperate taste of his mouth, the thunder of her heartbeat that raced with dizzying speed. She was wrapped around him now, her fingers digging in, her body straining, her mouth as urgent and impatient as his.

Sorry, I read this quite awhile ago now and don't remember for certain, but I think it is written largely in the 3rd person; most Nora Roberts novels are. This is one in a series of books that while you do not need to read the series to enjoy any single book, there is a continuous plot woven throughout the series. So each book contains a story from beginning to end following the typical Nora formula: boy meets girl, rough start, don't know why they rub each other so wrong, they each fight the attraction, but eventually cave and Bing! Bam! Boom! Happy ever after. In addition to that story, there is another story playing out in the background that has to do with a love story gone wrong in the past and a lost treasure. That story, as I said, is woven throughout the series, so it does help if you have read the series in order to follow that, but again it isn't necessary.
I like Nora's formula and I almost always like her main characters. She writes characters you relate to, you feel like could be people you know and characters you yourself fall in love with. These are not "deep thinking" novels. These are fun and entertaining novels. So if you want a bit of entertaining and escapism, then I recommend this to you.
This is such a great book, that I look forward to going back and reading these stories again like some that I already have, and I am impatient to read the rest of Nora Roberts' stories right now. Hot, Hot, Hot, love scenes, a well written, creative and intriguing story about family plus inventive, vivid characters, all on top of seriously wonderful love and romance. Each story is about one key person, usual in a family, or close group of friends, they are linked through intricate, messy links and it's almost like a movie you get the privilege of witnessing about these people's powerful, emotional, and often times painful journey towards falling in love. Roberts is one of my most favorite author's, and she doesn't disappoint in this series. Her unique style and classy, yet moving love scenes, paint a beautiful picture that leaves a person longing for something similar for themselves. All of that is combined into this fantastic series and make this book a "must-have"!!!! I didn't want to set it down....seriously!! Lol I was nodding off over my book on several different occasions. Worth the price and more to have a Nora Roberts book in your library collection!!!!!!
Would give this and Meagqn's mate five stars if not for the glossed over abusive male, deadbeat dad issues.Would love to see a final book that transends traditional silence in priviliged circles. Publically humiliate Baxter, press piece by piece. Some forensic accounting ( Meagan) and fo course Aunt Colleen, could render justice in a variety of ways. Just a few ideas Maestra.:-)
This book is the most gentle one in the series. My guess is, it was the most tricky to write since it involved children and their feelings. Loved it very much and will reread it.
I don't want to write any more of these reviews. It is very annoying to have to keep doing this.
Love this series. Easy reading, HEA, suspense -- yes!
I am always ready to read a Nora Roberts book and this one kept me reading till the last page. Following the Calhouns story filled many rainy days with comfortable reading. I thought that the story had predictable plot, but there were some twists and turns that kept me reading, especially the letters written by the long deceased lovers. Tugged at a few heart strings along the way.
This was a fantastic series and this last book wrapped things up beyond my expectations. You do need to read the books in order since the characters cross over all through books in the series.