New York Times bestselling author J. Kenner returns to the smoking hot, emotionally compelling world of the Stark International trilogy that features Jackson Steele, a strong-willed man who goes after what he wants, and Sylvia Brooks, a disciplined woman who’s hard to get—and exactly who Jackson needs...
I’ve never been happier than I am with Jackson Steele. But I should know better than anyone that happiness always comes at a price ...
My life with Jackson is nothing short of perfection. He is my love, my husband, the one man in all the world who makes me feel alive and whole. Our careers are on track. Our family is growing. And the ghosts of our past have been vanquished – or so I believed.
When a wonderful night of sensuality and passion following a masquerade ball turns dark with the news that haunting, horrible photographs of me have surfaced, my old fears and insecurities threaten to knock me down, and it is only within Jackson’s arms that I find the strength to endure.
But even Jackson’s protection may not be able to save us, because I know my husband well. And he will do whatever it takes—even if it means risking himself—in order to protect our family…
Contains a bonus Steele Short Story, Steal My Heart!
Take My Dare is intended for mature audiences.
Novella, Yes but
Update on Jackson sexual appetite, Sylvia's love for her husband. Ronnie love being adopted and a special appearance....
Take My Dare
I absolutely love reading about Jackson and Sylvia. They are the best. Most of all I like how strong Sylvia is as a woman. She knows her husband will always be their for her, but is not willing to let anyone blackmail her. Especially, with pictures that showed her innocence as a child. I'm so glad she had the courage to stand up for her self. Of course Jackson was right their by her side every step of the way giving his support every step of the way.
I'm glad this novella is an extension of a previous series. I'm not a huge fan when it's the entire story. Glad to see Sylvia and Jackson back in action. I would like to have seen a few more chapters. I really enjoyed the laundry room scene. But even for a novella it was really quick read.