Posted on May 24, 2018 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in 3.5 stars, Amanda J. Greene, Giveaway, Paranormal Romance, Review, Under Realm Assassins / 14 Comments

Title: Surrender to the Chase
Author:  Amanda J. Greene
Series: Under Realm Assassins #2
Publisher: Indie
Published: May 26, 2015
Pages: 117
Format: ebook
Source: Purchase
Buy: Amazon

Surrender to the Chase is the second book in the Under Realm Assassin series. It is a quick and easy read and can be read as a stand-alone. It a short and easy read loaded with heat and heart.
This installment introduces Ethan a vampire assassin who works for the Under Realm syndicate. His current assignment involves tracking down a wayward she-wolf and returning her to her pack. He was not too keen on the job as he felt his skills could be utilised elsewhere. However, when he met the she-wolf in question and discovered that she was being tracked by the alpha responsible for the death of his friends he knew he had to protect her at all cost. If that was not enough, the nefarious plans her father had for her, only helped to fuel his protective instincts.
 Freya ran away from her pack as she was not on board with her father’s plan for her. While on her journey she met a sexy vampire whom she would soon discover was her mate. However, her current circumstances left no room for her to pursue any form of relationship. Despite this she cannot fight the pull that existed between them.  Will Ethan be able to keep her safe from the dangers nipping at her feet and in the process open his heart to love?
Ethan is carrying around a lot of pain. He blames himself for the death of his best friend even though he was not at fault.  His inner turmoil leapt off the pages and I could not help but to empathize with him.
Fraya is a strong-willed wolf. I loved her determination and her willingness to aid Ethan despite the dangers.
Their attraction was instantaneous, which came as no surprise. Ethan however was confused by his attraction to Freya. The more time they spent in each other’s company their feelings intensified.
The story is well written. It was easy to follow, and it flowed from start to finish. There was never a dull moment. I eagerly turned the pages as I needed to know how it would unfold. The story ended on a good note, but I still had questions especially as it relates to Freya’s fathers plans for her in his bid to gain power.

Surrender to the chase is engaging and fun. I can’t wait to see what the next book in the series have to offer.

A year after the tragic death of his close friend and fellow assassin, Ethan Halstead is ready to take up his sniper rifle once more. But his first assignment is nothing he ever expected. Ethan must hunt and retrieve a beautiful, spirited, alluring werewolf.

Knowing no other way to escape an arranged marriage, Fraya flees from her pack. As she contemplates slipping across the border and heading to South America, she is captured by a dangerously seductive vampire who plans on escorting her back to her family. Even as Fraya vows to make Ethan’s mission as difficult as possible, she can’t resist the riotous desire he sparks within her.

But Ethan isn’t the only predator that peruses Fraya. A powerful rival pack’s alpha wants to make her his mate. Will Ethan be able to keep Fraya safe and return her to her pack? Or will he surrender to temptation and claim Fraya as his own?

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14 responses to “BOOK REVIEW: SURRENDER TO THE CHASE by AMANDA J GREENE @AmandaJGreene1 #Paranormalromance

  1. I haven’t tried any of her books yet, but this one sounds like a good paranormal romance I could add to my list. Glad you had a nice time with it and that you are curious to see what the next book in the series has to offer 🙂

  2. I do love a paranormal romance. I am putting this series on my list. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Great review!