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3.34 of 5 stars 3.34  ·  rating details  ·  4,464 ratings  ·  436 reviews
Runaway bride Louisa Honeycut is looking for a quick escape when she passes the Double Dare, Inc sign and the slogan "Are you ready for the time of your life?" seems like divine intervention. Sheltered by her overbearing father, Louisa has years of catching up to do and can think of no better person than gorgeous Sam Rawlins to show her. Is she ready for the time of her li...more
Kindle Edition, 106 pages
Published October 28th 2011 by Rhonda Nelson (first published October 2000)
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Inge
DNF

I couldn’t take it anymore. Not one more letter. From the very beginning, the book annoyed me with their clichés. The innocent virgin girl and the adventurous sexy man. The immediate attraction to one another. Bam – one look at each other and there are sexual fantasies aplenty. Especially Sam is heating up and thinking about his boner. Because he has a solid rule about not fraternizing with the client, but of course Lou should come along and let him break that rule.

”He suddenly had a vision
...more
Cora Linn
Short but sweet.

This story was strangely addictive. I loved the style and the plot, even if the general elements have been overdone in fiction. This story still stood out with it's passion and the growing characters. I liked the whole concept of Double Dare and would love to go on the adventure of a lifetimes myself! Swimming with manatees would definitely be up there, I thought it was very different.

There were a few spelling and grammatical errors in this, but they didn't ruin my enjoyment of t...more
Ursula Gorman
I've never read anything by Rhonda Nelson, but I really enjoyed Double Dare. The book had a few issues, such as it needed an editor to go over it for mistakes...there were quite a few.
The premise of the story is a young, twenty-something woman, Lou, runs out of her wedding, literally. She has no idea where she is going to go, but she needs time. Time to get her mind in order and time to build up the courage to face her domineering father.
She sees a sign about adventure and the time of your life...more
Dina
Sep 24, 2012 Dina rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommended to Dina by: Kindle freebie
Cute but clueless hero, TSTL heroine and unrealistic plot. 'Nuff said.
Jen Lynn
This was a free kindle e-book. I'm usually pretty open with what I read, and usually at least somewhat enjoy everything, but this book was near horrible. A woman named Lou is being forced into a marriage to a guy because their parents want their businesses to merge. Lou decides she doesn't want this and runs away. Yes, she runs away. Keep in mind she is 20-something and from my understanding this is a relatively modern-day story. Anyway, she goes to this place where rich people can buy "adventur...more
Shelley
Lou Honeycut runs from the church (escaping the wedding arranged by her very wealthy father), rips up her wedding gown so that it looks like a day dress, luckily has her suitcases and credit cards in the wedding limo, so pops into an agency to arrange an adventure.
The story doesn't become any more believable as it continues.
Lou is a rich, sheltered, egocentric 20+ year old who sees no problem in risking the ruination of the adventure business she books to make her escape; she has no problem wit...more
Jenn
Ug. So I struggled to rate this one. My own personal ratings are grades, with + and -, but here's is more limited. I went back and forth between a C- and a D+. In the end I gave it a C-. This story sucked ass. It was silly and contrived. Neither of the characters were sympathetic. And how is Sam not 400lbs with all those snack cakes he eats. I mean, I know he's active on these "adventures" but really? There were several things that the author seemed to forget as she was writing this too. At firs...more
Rhonda
I got this book for free way back and January and just read it. If I would’ve known that it would make me laugh so hard, I definitely would have read it sooner. I laughed and cried and I really needed that. It was also a decent sized book especially for free (it’s still free).

Louisa Honeycut is running from her controlling father and from her wedding. She just has her limo driver just drive around until she sees Double Dare, an adventure guide firm. She has the limo driver stop and sets forth t...more
Randi
This book is a little over 100 pages. I usually preferred to read longer books, but I'm glad that I got the chance to read this book. It's really a cute and fun read.

Lou dived into her limo and told her driver to go, go! She was running away from her wedding in the wedding gown. She decided to go on an adventure to be far from her father so she couldn't be manipulated into marrying a man who she doesn't love but is used to merge the two businesses between both families.

She was being guided by...more
Lynsey A
This was a quick read and a freebie on Kindle. A lady at my work read it and liked it. I read it quickly on the 4th. I liked it well enough and had a few laughs but it was quite a ridiculous story. It just seemed that everything was all happiness and flowers! I want a little more excitement in my romances. It was a quick read and helped add to my book count this year.

The hero wasn't quite what I like in my heroes. He was a bit of a beta and I love me some alphas. The heroine was flighty and com...more
Leona
Cute storyline. A few grammatical/spelling errors, but for the most part well written and had good flow. For free it was a great read!! I don't know that I would have paid much to read it on my kindle.
Valentina
Well, it's a fairly shot novel, meaning the plot escalates quickly. If you're looking for deep meaningful conversations and character development, this is not a book for you.

It's a text book example of a chick lit-but I'm not saying this in a bad way.
Somewhere between countless chick lits I've read, I got tired of "perfect characters". I couldn't find one bad characteristic in Sam. Not to mention that both Sam and Lou look like cover models.

Normal girls fall in love, too.

There were some spell...more
Melissa
Who isn’t ready for a fun-filled vacation, even if it is through a book? I’ve never heard of an adventure tour guide, but now I’m curious whether it’s an affordable way to plan a trip. I generally plan my vacations the old-fashioned way, pick a place you want to go (in advance, I’m definitely a planner) and go. Double Dare was a pretty quick read (268 pages on Nook) for me. The plot was not the most believable plot I’ve read, but not utterly ridiculous. The main character, Louisa Honeycut was a...more
Marsha
(3.5 Stars)
"Double Dare" is @ cute romantic read featuring a snack cake heiress whose controlling father is forcing her to marry into a family so that he can merge his business. On the day of her wedding, Lou manages to escape the church with her driver in a limo. while driving around she sees a billboard advertising an adventure of your life. This is just too good to pass up.

Sam has been in the stunt business for years but now owns and operates an adventure business. For three years he has want...more
Maki
Most of this book consists of "I want him/her, but there's no way that they want me!", usually from Sam.

He was pretty damn adorable though.

There's nothing remotely realistic about this story. Everything works out way too conveniently...but it's not a terrible story, for all that.

Lou leaves her groom at the altar, unwilling to go through with the marriage her father has planned out for her. She realized she should have spoken up and backed out sooner, but things moved a bit too fast for her to fu...more
Catherine Crook
I picked up this book on a whim a while ago while browsing on Amazon. I loved the cover! Very 'Runaway Bride!'

Lou is a lovable female lead. (Not as strong as I like my women in novels, but this was meant to be a fun and light read) Lou abandons her groom to be at the alter. "I imagine he's at the alter," she replied matter-of-factly. "Where I left him."

Lou meets Sam. Sam is an adventure guide with goals of his own that no longer consist of death-defying trips. More of the white-picket fence and...more
Makenzie
Short and sweet, 'Double Dare' was a cute and pleasant free ebook that I had downloaded for my Kindle. Ignoring some of the minor spelling and grammatical errors, the story was fun, though I always find it a bit hard when characters manage to fall in love within 3 days of knowing each other. Guess I'm not a big believer of love at first sight, though I guess it happens. Still, it was cute and has me really wanting to go climb a mountain or something. I wish I had Sam's job!
Claire Gamblin
I picked this up last year from Amazon for my kindle app because it was free and I was going crazy over free books (okay, still am.)
I remember liking some of it, I don't know, I think I got, like, halfway through and then I just...never went back to it. So I'm going to mark it as a DNF because I don't think I'm ever going to go back to this book.
It's not that it was bad...I just don't think I really want to read the rest. And I don't think I could read the start all over again.
Maria
Average rating: 2.5 stars.

I don't think I should write a synopsis of this book, quite honestly. And I don't want to.

This is one of those books that you can describe by the word "cute," and it is a cute story, but the thing with cute stories is that it's not astonishing, it doesn't sweep you of your feet, make you cry or even make it feel like you missed a friend after finishing it. Nothing inspiring, but cute, and short but sweet.
Shambhawi P.
A short fun light read that made me go lol. And extremely cheesy and predictable. But Sam and Lou's explosive chemistry will also make you burst out with laughter. I wished there was less of the sappiness though. But not bad at all.

Got it on Kindle for free wayyy back when and this was definitely a Hit. Thank God for small mercies.

3.25 Stars
Darangelica Arroyo
Okay, so this wasn't that bad... It might have been a bit fun to read. but I felt like it was a story I've heard, seen in movies, and read a million times with little variations. It was predictable.

Also, it has many errors. Words badly written, sentences that make no sense, etc. As if it wasn't edited. But anyways, that's just a fact I wanted to add on the side. If you're a "grammar nazi" this might annoy you.

(What comes next summarizes the whole book...)
The common tale of a rich-daddy's-little...more
Loraine
I did not finish this book as I found the storyline somewhat unbelieveable and the further along I read the more detailed/graphic became the sexual scenes between two people who had only met a few days earlier. I would definitely not call this a clean romance and would not recommend it.
Sandy Smith
What a cute little book. Written so well, it makes the reader seem like they are right there with the subjects of the book. If you want a light reading book to make you laugh and can read it in 1 day, this one is for you!
Cynthia D'Alba
I enjoyed the book a great deal.

The only negative was the numerous typographical errors and I confess I got distracted at times. However, it didn't diminish my enjoyment of the story.

I would recommend this book
Missixo
Stopped a quarter of the way through .. it just didnt interest me and when i went to read it it was like a *sigh do i have to * im not interested in knowing what the ending is so stopped after like page 26
Julieedington
Fun to read, easy to follow. Love and adventure. I read it in a day.
Sheila Lord
great fun book.....one I would read again!!!!
Holly
Lou is the heiress to the Honeycutt business and is about to get married to a man out of obligation to the family business and not love. So she takes off in her wedding dress and has to figure out how to just get away for a couple days. She has been so sheltered that when she sees the Double Dare awning she jumps at the opportunity. Sam runs Double Dare and is used to dealing with rich girls who seem up for more than they are and who seem to think they can also buy their hunky adventure guides....more
Kristen Taylor
"Are you ready for the time of your life?"

Well...are you?

This was not a long read at all. It took me about 3 hours to finish so if you want a quick, quick read this one is for you. It was absolutely cute too and it was not hard to fall for the hero in this story.

We first meet our heroine Louisa Marie Honeycutt when she is running away from her wedding. Yep she's a runaway bride who also happens to be a twenty-something virgin. As she's driving away in her chauffeured limo she sees a sign that sa...more
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