He’s a smooth talking jock in trouble.
She’s the solution to his problems.
Love is the last thing they expected to find.
Damon Prescott had it all. Star quarterback. Money. Fame. Now? He’s being accused of taking performance enhancing drugs and banned from the sport and team he loves.
Determined to prove he’s innocent, he hires tough as nails private investigator, Evie Wolfe. She’s able to bring a man to his knees with a glare, yet sensual in ways that take him off guard - and she’s everything Damon didn’t know he needed.
Evie’s used to men dismissing her, especially playboys like Damon Prescott so she’s not buying the sexual lines he’s trying to sell. She’s with him to do a job, nothing more. But you know what they say about the best laid plans? Sometimes you end up between the sheets with an arrogant football player anyway.
But when the case is over, can Damon convince Evie she’s the only woman for him or will she leave him tied up in love?
A stand-alone novel.
Damon has met his match!
This is book 2 in the Dare Nation series and it features Damon and Evie. He needs her. Well, he needs her skills. Later, she ends up needing him and his skills. Any story where a Dare is involved is always sexy.
This is a sexy romance with a little mystery. The story line is fantastic with twists and turns that are sure to keep you guessing. As always, the characters are fabulous! I can’t wait for the next book in this wildly sexy series!
Dare To Tempt ( Dare Nation Book 2 ) by Carly Phillips
Wow another great story about the people of Dare Nation . I loved Damon and Evie’s story each had something upsetting going on in their lives, but ended up with their love for each finally coming out . I loved this book and once I started reading couldn’t put it down until I finished it . I highly recommend this book .
Dare to do something, i can’t remember the title name and i can’t see without my glasses
It was an ok storyline. I read it to the end. However, it was very very similar to another book i had just read. I had to double check a couple of times just to make sure I wasn’t reading the same book.
It only has one or two grammar related errors and that was nice.