Surrender by Kimberly Zant

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Desperate straights call for desperate measures---If anyone had asked Anna before what she would be willing to do for money, what she'd just signed up for would NOT have been on the list. She's discovered, though, that the needy can't afford to be too picky. And, after all, what's six weeks in the scheme of things? Despite her internal pep talk, though, she discovers she isn't at all prepared for what she has to face in the mansion of ill repute—where 'no' is no longer a part of her vocabulary.

Rating:Contains explicit sex, graphic language, and some scenes of sex with mulitple partners/ménage a trois.

Author Kimberly Zant was first published by Harlequin Enterprises in 1994 under the pen name of Madris Dupree after nearly a decade of ‘apprenticeship’ --struggling to learn the business, the marketing, and the writing skills necessary for a career in commercial fiction. That ‘first’ published book, a historical, (which was actually her fourth attempt at a marketable piece of fiction) was successful, however, selling nearly 80,000 copies in the U.S., Switzerland, France, and the U.K.

Writing wasn’t actually her first career OR her first love, though, despite a life-long love of books. It was her third career.

Her first career was in the then just emerging computer science field. After studying computer programming, she worked in the computer field from seventeen into her twenties—starting at the data processing center of the college she attended. She worked at the J.C. Penney catalogue distribution center in Atlanta, at the University of South Florida in Tampa, and South Georgia Medical Center in Valdosta until she met the future father of her children and married for the second time.

Her second career (and the one dearest to her heart) was in motherhood. She began writing so that she could bring in an income and still stay at home to rear her children. One son, three daughters, 7 grandchildren (and counting), and a gazillion pets later, she now lives in the ‘castle’ she designed and (partly) built herself (the woodworking, anyway) with her boyfriend, Benjamin, a native, Native American—(they have DNA proof!)-- And her two miniature horses, Napoleon and Stormy. Sadly, Napoleon lost his Josephine, but he’s enjoying a new romance with Stormy, a pretty little golden palomino only recently acquired.

Kimberly has a wide variety of interests. She writes various genres (or sub-genres since she always writes romance!) under different pen names. Kimberly Zant is the author name used for erotica.

Titles by this author:
Blood Feud
Double Impact (co-written with Raven Willow-Wood)
Heart of Midnight
The Invitation
Men at Work: The Pool Man (Coming Soon)
No Holes Barred: Missing
Pandora's Box
Sex Slave I: Submission
Sex Slave II: Punished
Sex Slave II: Punished Alt (alternative version)
Sex Slave III: Surrender
Snow White and the Seven Hunks

This author also writes under the pen names K.M. Zant, Kim Zant, Kaitlyn O'Connor, and Madelaine Montague
“FIVE HEARTS! Surrender has special place in my heart. Surrender holds that place because it was the first erotic book I had ever read. …When you read Surrender you have to keep in mind, this is not a real life story nor a real life situation. I mean you totally have to keep that in mind when you read these outrageous M/M/M/M (sorry lost count just how many M's were in this book) /F books. Oh please, the cover is not hiding the fact that there are multiple partners here so when I read reviews and comments like "this would never happen" or "totally unbelievable" UHM yeah, that's because it's an erotic story. So I gave Surrender a 5 hearts rating because of what it means to me and the memories that it brings up for me.” Another Look Book Reviews

About Kimberly Zant

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Published July 1, 2010 by New Concepts Publishing. 172 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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