Blitz: Surf & Surrender by Riley Edgewood


She wants to forget he ever existed. He’d never give up her memory.


Quinn Westwood is completely over Sawyer Carson. He broke her heart years ago and disappeared from her life without a word. So yeah. She’s over him. Never even thinks of him. In fact, she’s spending her college summer break surfing and lifeguarding in the Outer Banks, while nursing a bruised heart from a different relationship gone wrong. She doesn’t have room in her mind or heart for Sawyer—until she runs into him at a beach bonfire and the sparks that fly between them are way hotter than the flames heating the sand.

Sawyer never got over Quinn. The only thing stronger than what he feels for her is the secret keeping them apart, but sharing it would destroy more than just his life—it’d ruin hers, as well. Still, he can’t seem to keep away from her, can’t seem to keep his hands off of her soft, tempting skin. Especially since she has even less self-control when it comes to reigniting the physical side of what made them perfect together.

But secrets have a way of slipping out, and when Sawyer’s is revealed it threatens to shatter everyone involved. He’ll have to face walking away a second time, and Quinn will have to decide if fighting for him is worth it when the fallout could affect more than just her heart, but also those of the people she loves most.

Surf & Surrender is the second book in Riley Edgewood’s Summer Love series, but can be read as a stand-alone novel.
Surf & Surrender by Riley Edgewood 
(Summer Love Series #2) 

Publication date: February 23rd 2015 

Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance





“Sorry.” God, it burns, apologizing to him. A small flare of anger makes it easier to look back up into his face.
He’s staring at my neck and swallowing. He used to have a fascination with kissing me just above my collarbone. I drag a finger across the skin, fighting a smirk when his eyes follow the motion. I wonder if he’s thinking about it now.
I am.
Damn it.
“Guess it’s easy to make assumptions about what you might mean, given your track record of being so forthcoming.” There. Situation fixed. Now his gaze is heavy on mine, and even a little pissed.
Good. Anger’s better than the other thing.
“New wakeboard. That’s why you’re here, right?” His tone is as pointed as his expression.
“Are you working?” I ask, just as pointedly. “You’ve still got sand on your chest.” He does. A dusting of brown sand I’m dying to brush away with my fingers. “Kind of unprofessional.”
“I walked in from lunch literally five minutes before you got here, Quinn.” He unwraps his towel and even though I try so hard not to, I glance down. Board shorts. Obviously he wasn’t naked. God. “Is this better?”
“You might want to try putting on a shirt.”
“Last time you were all take off your shirt, Sawyer, and now it’s put your shirt on, Sawyer.” He smirks. “Hard to tell how to please you these days.”
“Pretty sure you know exactly how to please me.” The sentence just slips out and hangs in the air between us…


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Riley lives in the DC area and spends most of her time with her characters, playing with her toddler and husband, and pretending she knows how to be an adult. Former dancer. Current writer. Lifelong lover of accessories, books, and the beach. And cats. Can’t forget the kitties. Of which she has two.

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