- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 558 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Blaze (1 Dec. 2015)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Z78WJQI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
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Triple Dare (The Art of Seduction) Kindle Edition
Top Customer Reviews
This is not a typical read for me as it is a Harlequin read. I haven't read Harlequin in a long time since I've branched out and read other kinds of romances.
However this book appealed to me because it's an older brother's best friend kind of romance. It fits with my kind or reads
Cade has real feelings towards his best friends younger sister Ivy. He tries to resist her and his attraction to her but he fails miserably.
Ivy is back in her home town but her visit has an expiry date but her longstanding love for Cade is obvious. She has loved him from afar for a long time.
The photoshoot with Cade shirtless and the kitten? OMG. I needed a cold shower! So hot!!
I adore how they try and dare each other but in the end they end up in the biggest dare.
Cade knows that the relationship can't last as Ivy would never be happy in the town. He tells her boss who has offered her an unique opportunity to sign her up and lets her down.
He thinks he's doing the right thing but it makes me sad. The love and connection between them pulls them together but will it be enough? You'll have to read and find out.
4 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Ivy has returned to her home town to help her father with the photography business. Cade the hot and handsome firefighter is like a brother to Ivy and they have grown up together, he is her first shoot for the calendar and she gives him some great props ....a g-string and a kitten! Ivy has always had a secret soft spot for Cade but does he feel the same way ?
I think I expected a bit more from this book - I didn't think the story really matched the cover or the title. However it is a great read that kept me going throughout. Whilst I found the storyline a little predictable, there are some nice hot steamy scenes, humorous moments and great chemistry.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Globe-trotting fashion photographer Ivy Nelson is home to help her family out of a jam. When she donates her services to a charity calendar, the last thing she expects is hunky firefighter—and object of all her hottest fantasies—Cade Hardesty to walk through the door. Cade is ready to get naked for a good cause, and the heat Ivy feels is anything but professional.
When a sexy dare turns into a scorching kiss, they can't help but give in to their desires. But Cade wants Ivy in his bed for more than one night. Can the hometown firefighter convince the photographer that her wanderlust should lead her into his arms for good, or will one of them run before they both get burned? (Amazon Blurb)
This is what women dream of when they think about firefighters: cut, strong, protective and so very tempting to the skeptical. For once the calendar that we’ll pick up from the stand, the men that will be thumbed through will be those straight out of women’s fantasies. Ivy is hilarious – she doesn’t hold herself back from saying what she needs or wants to say – she is also passionate, artistic and caring but does not want forever. On the flipside, Cade is a man who protects, is a man who doesn’t believe in right now, but in forever. Regina Kyle’s novel was simply put, hot!! I loved the dynamic between Cade and Ivy, their banter, the easiness in which they can speak with each other and the chemistry that made me wish I could become Ivy for some time. I must admit that considering Triple Dare is part of the Harlequin line, in a store, I never would have thought to look at it, however having had the chance to receive a copy from the author I must admit that I have been reminded that you can’t judge a book by its cover.
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Kathleen for Alpha Book Club**
Reviewed for HeadTripping Books by Amy
I was given this book in return for an honest review.
Cade is pretty damn great--extremely hot and sexy firefighter who knows how to cook, and here in Triple Dare he's that player that is finally going to be corralled by "the one"...or will he? There's also a good, solid cast of supporting characters that have me wanting to dive in to the other books in this series.
This story puts together a couple of my favorite romance tropes-the player finally meeting his "one" and the brother's best friend-and gives you a really fun, sexy read. For me, Cade seemed to be denying his feelings during the first part of the book which was a little frustrating, but once he gets past that the story settles in, though there's some predictability in the plot.
Triple Dare was pretty entertaining, and it's piqued my interest in the author's other books in the series (oh yes, you don't need to have read the others to enjoy this one-it is definitely a standalone). It was a 4-star read for me, and I'd recommend it to romance fans who like a nice dose of steamy scenes in their stories ;-) Now to find out where I can get one of those calendars from the book...
Ivy has been all over the world as a fashion photographer, but came home to help take care of her dad after his heart attack. Her home is a small town full of people who have tormented her most of her life. Cade is her twin brother's best friend. He is also her first love and a totally hottie!
I liked that the author didn’t immediately throw them together and that they actually fought the feelings a little longer than some other books, BUT when they got together it wasn’t as electric as I was hoping for. Although in following through on the first dare, Ivy wore Cade’s extra jersey to his softball game and this line in the book made me excited to see where their relationship would go:
“Damn.” He eyed her up and down, his baby blues leaving goose bumps in their wake. “My shirt never looked so good.”
And their connection was good, just not the intense one I was anticipating.
Having been my first book by Ms Kyle, I didn’t know the other characters in the story, but she did a pretty good job of incorporating them into the story without making me feel like I missed too much, but included just enough story to inspire me to read their stories, too.