Total Surrender is the story of Michael Stevens and his search for passion and, unconciously, love.
The heroine, Lady Sarah, is an engaging character, and the story entrancing and very erotic.
The only thing I would say is that, like his brother James in "Love Lessons", Michael's soul-searching and angst can get a bit wearing, and very occasionally annoying, as does the apparently unwarranted self-pity. The man is handsome, rich, has a close family (if he so chooses) and goes to bed with beautiful women. Frankly, it's difficult to get that much sympathy for him, (maybe I'm just too cynical) but these moments are only occasional and do not detract overly from the novel.
If you enjoyed Love Lessons, as I did, this is well worth a read.