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Dare Me (Marisela Morales/Dirty 0.5)

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Three passionate novellas in a high stakes romantic suspense anthology featuring:

A sizzling trio of novellas from three national bestselling masters of seductive suspense-stories of women who takes chances, women who gamble everything on love, women who accept the dare.
Mass Market Paperback, 372 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Signet
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☂ ℬrandi
3.5

My opinion on anthologies is that they are light, fun reads but one should never expect too much from such limited pages. Still I was surprised by this book and its steam factor. It was high-stakes, lots of action, suspense, great alpha heroes and lots of steaminess. Very pleasantly surprised little read and a nice introduction to Ms. Adair and Ms. Leto, who I haven't yet had the pleasure of reading. Ms. Leto in particular created some really magnificent seductions in her story. And as usual
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Joanie
1st story: ehhhh. it was ok. not bad, not great. micro chip bomb implanted into girls head that could be easily detonated......well that was kinda a stretch. even for cherry. quick read.

2nd: better. the story was more "believable." More believable b/c there were no microchip bombs. There was however a antique owner who fell for the wrong guy (don't we all) who totally screws her over. In comes DEA agent trying to catch said loser. (who also killed agent's sister)antique girl and DEA follow loser
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Mandy Beyers
These three novellas combine suspense and life-or-death threats with passion. In Cherry Adair's "Playing for Keeps" a soon-to-be ex-husband steps in to keep his wife from unknowingly being the tool for a political assassination. In Jill Shalvis's "Nothing to Lose", revenge may have to take second place to love as the tool to Will Malone's revenge against the con artist who killed his sister becomes the woman he would protect at all costs. In Julie Elizabeth Leto's "Dare to Desire", two secret ag ...more
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Michelle Tempted By Books
Wow, has no one read this, or has no one thought it was worth the time to review? I liked it a lot. Hello hot men, intense situations, steamy romance, whats not to like? Well I love Cherry Adair's TFLAC so needless to say this book was on my TBR list, she did not disappoint. The other two stories were equally intense and steamy. All stories were quick reads and a great escape.
Linda
Danica Cross is a flight attendant and is working on a special flight carrying the President of San Cristobel’s child and his cabinet members. Jon Raven is her soon to be ex-husband. Read the book to see how they got back together and saved the world. There’s plenty of love, romance and action in this book.
Mandi
I loved this story even if I didn't like the pictures lol You'll find yourself rooting for Danica and Jon from beginning to end! Great read, very exciting!!!
Rae
All three stories were good. I liked the middle one by Jill Shalvis the best.
Julie
I really enjoyed this book. definitely one I will keep to read over and over
Kari
Jun 20, 2010 Kari rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2010
The stories were just OK. I've read better especially from Cherry.
~Megan~
This rating so far is only for the Cherry Adair story.
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