Is running away easier than giving in?
Decklan Dare gets everything he desires and he wants Amanda Collins. Which is perfect since Amanda wants him — especially his no-strings-attached approach to casual sex. Emotions are overrated, but the sex isn't. They both know it and both desire it. But as their connection deepens, Decklan, a man who's used to being in charge, finds that Amanda can't be controlled. But she has her reasons. She just might be hiding something — something that won't let her dare to get too close. It’s up to Decklan to break down her walls and get her to submit in the best ways possible.
Not a bad quick read
I loved a book from her other Dare series so I thought I'd give this a try. It's not bad if you're looking for a fluffy romance. A lot of the typical tropes are there (both characters are wounded and want to let the other in). The BDSM scenes are very cliché and the character development is a little flat. Not a bad book if you're just looking to waste a few hours.
Dare to Submit
I didn't like the Dominix aspect of the book just as I didn't like 50 Shades of Grey. I've read all of her books and I hope she doesn't continue this theme.
Who knew you would find your true love in a sex club? Decklan and Amanda have issues and understandably so but, their attraction is off the charts and can't be ignored!