Series: Cal and Macy #3
Published by: Big Dog Books on May 5, 2015
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: The Author
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Yield (verb): to surrender or submit (oneself) to another
Macy Carrington is broken. The strong, beautiful woman that I’ve unwittingly fallen in love with is all kinds of broken from a secret that she has carried for far too long.
A secret so dark, she has gone to great lengths to protect it.
A secret that I’m terrified will one day rip her away from me.
The only time Macy frees herself from the darkness is when she is naked and in my arms. When I am deep inside her body, there is nothing she fears. When she wraps herself around me, she is at peace.
If she would only yield to me completely, I know I can set her free.
I received this book for free from The Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Also in this series: Clash, Grind
Also by this author: Off Chance, Forever Young, If I Return, On the Rocks, Mitigation, Reparation, Affirmation, Make it a Double, Confessions of a Litigation God, Sugar on the Edge, Alex, With a Twist, Garrett, Shaken, Not Stirred, Clash, Grind, Zack, Wicked Fall, Ryker, Friction, Hawke
One Line: The final installment takes things to the next level for Cal and Macy and I enjoyed every minute of it.
In My Opinion: Add to cart!
As all the secrets come out, things are taken to the next level in Yield, both between Cal and Macy, and in Macy’s life. Cal was so amazing, as usual. He stops at nothing to show Macy just how much he cares and despite Macy’s constant efforts to push him away, he never gives up on her. There were a lot of sweet and touching moments mixed in with the hot and sensual ones that, when mixed together, showed exactly why these two belonged together. When Macy was finally able to fully open up to Cal and they just let each other be, it was such a beautiful thing to watch. And learning about all the horrible things that happened to Macy, it broke my heart. I liked how Bennett took a rather overused trope and added her own devious twist to it, that while gut-wrenching, made for a very good story.
I do have to say that after all that build-up, once the secret was out, I was a teeny tiny bit let down. Don’t get me wrong, what happened to Macy was crazy terrible and something that should never happen to anyone. It’s stuff like that, that makes me want to rip some balls off of people like that, but I don’t know, I felt like the suspense was too much that once things were revealed, it was anti-climactic. I had a feeling that would happen. And I didn’t like the way Macy handled it all. I get that those kinds of situations can be tough and everyone handles hardships and grief differently, but I personally can’t understand it when people allow those who have done them wrong to still be in their lives.
In any case, Yield was filled with enough heart-pounding drama, scorching sexy times, and heinous characters – it’ll have you running the gamut of emotions. Cal and Macy are one heck of an explosive couple and it was so much fun watching them fall in love.