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Dare Me by Rebecca Shea- Is a million Stars possible?

WOW!!! What just happened?
The Romance Gods have spoken:
 Rebecca Shea's Dare Me must be read by every romance reader in the nation! Go Go Go

With that start I guess my opinion on the book is rather clear 🙂💗
Dare Me, Rebecca Shea

Synopsis:

Five coworkers.
Four drinks.
Three glances.
Two fleeting smiles.
One dare.

A dare that will change my life.

That’s all it takes to send me plummeting into the arms of the mysterious Holt Hamilton. Behind his crystal blue eyes is a secret, one that screams danger but calls to me anyway.

My name is Saige Phillips.

I never walk away from a dare.


Holt Hamilton is perfection. NO man like that exists in real life... and if he does I married the wrong guy LOL
Rebecca Shea writes grate male characters. Landon from the Unbreakable series will forever have a special place in my heart. But boy did Holt give him a run for his money... Alpha males done right are the dream of almost every romance writer and Holt Hamilton was perfectly written. He was alpha but was also caring, kind, loving, sexy as hell, successful...gosh I loved him! 
The guy has a heart of gold. You will know his secret or at least suspect it from the start. And you will feel his heartbreak in your bones people!!! I wanted to jump into the book and comfort him.

Saige is a very intelligent and driven young woman. I loved that we learn that about her about her before everything else. She is hurting and a little broken on the inside but that is not to say she is isn't  strong and powerful on her own right. It is not surprise Holt fell in love with her. 

Their relationship progressed fast. Speed of lightening fast. Which I know is not everyone's cup of tea. But I was ok with that. He has been watching her since she got the job and her him, so it is not like there wasn't attraction before hand.

It was obvious their relationship would hit rock bottom at some point. Holt's secret was not something Saige could just immediately let go. I saw, as you will, the crush coming, the heartache, the tears... It was an emotional ride. I Dare You not to Love it!

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