Friday, May 4, 2012

Review: The Surrender of Lacy Morgan by Suzanne Ferrell

The Surrender of Lacy Morgan
by: Suzanne Ferrell

$8.75 e-book

$14.99 trade paperback
Ellora's Cave Publishing
Historical Erotica / Western
Released: February 2011

Lacy's on the run from her stepfather, a notorious bank robber and leader of the local gang.  She's just trying to keep her head down when two US Marshals ride into town looking for her.  She knows they're after her, and figure it's to bring her to justice for her past sins.  But it's so much more than that. 

Out for revenge against the man who killed their father, Quinn and Dakota will do anything, include using the man's stepdaughter, to achieve those ends.  Capturing her, they must convince her to reveal her stepfather's location, and what better way than to use her untapped submissive tendencies?  Quinn and Dakota take her to the brink of ecstacy time and again, but in the process begin to see her less as a prisoner and more as theirs.  Will they be able to coax the information they need from Lacy before both of them lose their hearts to their sexy submissive?

I usually run screaming the other way from westerns, but I found I not only enjoyed this, but hope the author writes more in this series.  It was a great story about a woman consumed with guilt for sins she's done, and the two men willing to do anything to bring her to justice.  Lots of steamy sex scenes made it even better.

Carla gives this book a

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for the kind words. Glad you enjoyed it, even though it was a western!