About the Book:
Elisha Sheppard is fairly new at being the Dare's scheduling assistant. She knows how important it is to stay professional and detail oriented at every moment. So why is Elisha letting herself be distracted by Chapple Palmer who she can guess is nothing but trouble, not to mention a heart-breaker? Why is she finding it so easy to say yes to his every invitation when her brain is screaming no?
After a disastrous sexual encounter with Elisha, Chapple realizes that he's proved the truth in all the tabloid rumors. Why would Elisha even talk to him? How can he make it up to her? Chapple feels a connection with Elisha he hasn’t felt with a woman in a long time. If she’ll give him another chance, he'll prove to her that he's the lover she's only dreamed of. But can he also trust her with his heart?
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If This was a Dare, I would rather Choose Truth...
Of course, he apologizes and she decides to enjoy the ride for as long as she is in London. I wanted to smack them both. The story revolves around sex. Don’t get me wrong, the sex scenes are hotter than Tabasco in an open cut. But the seemingly short story begs for more substance. It felt more along the lines of a booty call story with a few carrots dangling just out of reach than a true love story. Towards the end of the book, I was pleased that they cut through the B.S. and act like a couple in love. But I think that is was more because of what Mr. Dare offered that made it all happen than something that Chapple would have thought of doing to be with his “love”, Elisha. I finished the book only because I am a hopeless romantic and was pleased with how the ending turned out despite fighting to finish the book from page 1.