**Due to sexual content and heavy subject matter of an abusive nature, this book may not be suitable for all audiences.
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.
* Yield is the final book the Legal Affairs trilogy of Cal and Macy’s story. Clash and Grind, Books #1 and 2, can be found on this retailer’s site for purchase
I have been hanging for this instalment. It both pleased and frustrated me.
The reasons it pleased me is Sawyer’s ability to write a story of such horrors and love that leave me with a smile and knowing they have their happy ever after. The passion levels are off the charts but this also turned into a negative for me. The reason being, Macy clearly has psychological issues (and understandably) where she uses sex to feel. She uses sex to manipulate. It’s her one way of trying to gain control. I couldn’t help but think ‘oh girl – you need sex addicts anonymous!’
Cal truly is the hero of this book. His patience, his love, his understanding and his persistence helps Macy become the woman she should have always been. Cal is a smooth talker and he says all the right things. His beautiful words are perfect to help Macy on her way to not be the victim anymore.
This book has a different vibe to it than the other two. This one is the meatiest for character growth. Sawyer has a knack of writing about uncomfortable subjects in a caring and loving way.
I was given an advance reader copy for an honest opinion.
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