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Dare to Seduce
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Alpha billionaire businessman Max Savage has had a thing for Lucy Dare for as long as he can remember, but he values his long standing friendship with her brothers too much to cross the line. When Lucy shows up at an engagement party on the arms of another man, Max doesn't like the changes he sees in her and vows to make her his own.
It's now or never. Max can think of one way to convince Lucy she's with the wrong guy. He'll dare to seduce her...no matter what the consequences.
What members say
By Kindle Customer on 15-10-18
Dare to Commit
Ok for a short story.Narration was great,lots of steamy scenes,but unfortunately not much of a story line.
By PATRICIA on 12-02-18
The last of the NY Dares, Lucy Dare is finally getting her story. Max Savage and Lucy have been friends forever, but their longtime attraction to each other has always been a secret from each other. When given the chance Max takes it, but is it enough to gain her trust and have her admit her love for him? I love the Dares, and this story in particular was an enjoyable listen. Lucy has some deep seeded issues that Max needs to overcome and with his dominance and love is able to help Lucy come to terms with her past. Max also has some commitment issues, but now with Lucy in his sights, he has come to his senses and is on a mission. We can only hope that these two will be able to overcome their problems. With some scenes with Declan and Gabe, we are able to enjoy their banter and concerns as well and get to see where life has taken them.
Sophie Eastlake finishes out this trilogy with her expertise at the narration of these characters. She brings this whole crazy family of the Dares to life and makes it so fun and enjoyable.
By PR reader on 11-01-17
Of the three NY Dares this is the best. The story is addictive. Thumbs up.
By LexiMuse on 24-12-15
Extremely fast read followed others in series but a bit undeveloped
Similar to other Dare family books but came up short in plot, complexity, and length. Story more on family saga and drama but Lucy's character could have been fleshed out more and could have include more story development on her brother and sister in laws lives since earlier books engaged readers in their stories.