Review

I received an ARC of this book from Rock Star Lit PR in exchange for an honest review.

You know that trope where the hero is best friends with the heroine’s brother, and even if both main characters obviously had feelings for each other, they never did anything about it because one or both of them do not want to screw up the status quo? This book is yet another one of those. In all hoensty, this plot is very common. I read something like this at least once a week. However, what makes it different is the fact that the author is a truly talented one and her characters are not over the top when it comes to their love and development.

The hero, Max, was even married to someone else. Yes, he lost his wife, but my point is that he was an all around good guy who doesn’t go around purposefully breaking hearts because he couldn’t have the one he truly wanted. Lucy, on the other hand, was also a belieable character. Yes, she always harbored deep feelings for the hero, but she tried to move on and be with other men. It wasn’t like she reserved her entire life just waiting for him to notice.

While this book isn’t super amazing and there’s no rollercoaster of emotions that get readers completely invested, Dare To Seduce is still a wonderfully entertaining love story that readers will surely enjoy. Man, those Dare folks really have something going on out there. They seem to have the best luck when it comes to finding an HEA. Anyway, this is yet another solid addition to the series and one that romance lovers shouldn’t miss.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Dare To Love

Book 2 – Dare To Desire

Book 3 – Dare To Surrender

Book 4 – Dare To Submit

Book 5 – Dare To Touch

Book 6 – Dare To Hold

Book 7 – Dare To Rock

Book 8 – Dare To Seduce

Book 9 – Dare To Take

 

 

 

 

 

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