Book Review: Solomon’s Surrender ~ Michelle Dare

Solomon's Surrender

Title: Solomon’s Surrender (Paranormals of Avynwood Book 4)
Author: Michelle Dare
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by: Shakera
Genre: Fantasy, Magic, Paranormal, Romance
Publisher: Daring Romance LLC
Date of Release: October 11, 2019
Pages: 237
Format: Kindle (BookSprout)

I almost forgot how much I missed Solomon. I couldn’t wait for his book to arrive. I knew I would love it, but I was afraid it would be the end of the series, and I didn’t want that! Solomon is a fifteen hundred year vampire in a twenty-five-year-old body.┬áHe’s handsome, funny, and cocky; he does kind of have the right to be, he is a Verascue after all. While he has the playboy image, and it works for him, he really wants a mate, he just hasn’t found the one yet… until he goes into a bar and meets a woman his charm doesn’t work on like it does with other women! She’s sassy, spunky with a backbone! Enter Lilah! I think she is my spirit animal!

Although Solomon gives off the “devil may care” vibe, deep down, he really wants to find his mate, but the longer he goes without his mate, the more he believes he will never meet her. Lilah has a pretty complicated background. She’s half-fae and half-shifter (cheetah), and in most places, half breeds are frowned upon. One night at the bar, things get a little dicey. A bomb goes off, and the target is unknown, but what is clear, Lilah is in danger, and Solomon is there to protect her. Can they find out who is behind the attacks in time before Lilah becomes the next victim, or will the past finally catch up to them?

The mystery, the intrigue, the humorous pickup lines… this book did not disappoint me! I thought I was in love with Ford, but Solomon can break your heart. Lilah takes no mess from anyone. Her interactions with Solomon were great, but her interactions with his mother, Eloise, was even better! I forgot how much I missed Eloise! As usual, you get to catch up with some of your favorites, and it’s a good time all around. I wasn’t too surprised by the villain, and it completely makes sense even though it’s heartbreaking. This is one series I never want to end!

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