Risky Surrender by Robin Bielman

Archeologist Lucy Davenport made a promise to retrieve an elusive piece of history buried in the walls of an iconic Indian village. But when she draws unwanted attention that interferes with her secret plans, she's forced to risk it all with a man who threatens not only her goal, but the walls she's carefully constructed around her heart.


Keats McCall is an environmental preservationist navigating the globe on behalf of heritage protection. When he catches Lucy at his latest project, he suspects she's up to something. She secretive, sexy as hell—and has trouble written all over her. He devises a plan to keep her close so he can keep an eye on her. But what he isn’t prepared for is just how close he wants to get.


Review:
Risky Surrender definitely has a lot of actions that it will keep the reader attention. It has so much vivid details about the ancient historical building that you can match yourself there. Both of the characters have different attention about the ancient item. Keats wants to perverse the item, however, Lucy wants to use the item for another reason. Both of them have a intense attraction between them.  However, I was having trouble about whether they were staying with each other or they were not going to stay each other. It was not clear until the end when the reader will realize when it was.

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