Readers can “feel heat radiating off the pages” (Publishers Weekly) of New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Lori Foster’s steamy romances. Her work has even earned her a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award. The first in her compelling Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor series, When You Dare is sure to satisfy Foster’s loyal fans—and win her new ones.
©2011 Lori Foster (P)2011 Recorded Books
Loved the twists and turns. Enjoyed the unexpected. The story had a good storyline and kept me listening.
When Dare meets the ex-boyfriend. I wanted to laugh and cringe at the same time.
The pauses were too long-especially between chapters. I found myself checking my device to see if it had been switched off. Good narrator, but spoke really slow. In some parts, it was like listening to the binnacle man moving in slow motion.
GOT THIS BOOK BY CHANCE ON THE TWO FOR ONE DEALS AND AM SO GLAD I DID. THIS BOOK WAS EVERYTHING I EXPECTED AND MORE. LEAD ME TO BY ALL OTHER BOOKS.
I liked the development of the characters and the emotional struggles they encountered.
The characters were likable and compelling. A nice combination of reality, humor, emotion, and romance.
Good listen, Great narrator. The story was predictable but still very well written and held my interest. If you love stories about strong and sexy men who strive to do the right thing and be honorable than this story is for you.
5 Stars - Loved it & will listen to it again 4 Stars - Really liked it & may listen to it again 3 Stars - Liked it but will not listen to it again 2 Stars - Didn't like it very much 1 Star - Hated it
If you are looking for thought provoking books, these are not for you. These are about hunky men and romance. I have read all four books and now listening to them. These are a light, no thought listen. What can I say - I love strong men;)
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
This book could have been cut down by about 2 hours. There was a lot of useless, boring story that could have been left out or condensed. The story was very good, the heroine and hero were very likeable. The story starts off with a bang and then it gets soft once the rescue is done. The story sort of meanders along after that, however the last quarter of the book picks up again and the ending is superb.
While thoughts exist, words are alive and literature becomes an escape, not from, but into living. Cyril Connolly, The Unquiet Grave
I would change the plot. The storyline was forced and highly unlikely. The heroes are over-sexed, chauvinistic know-it-alls.
I usually like Lori Fosters books-which is why I'm so shocked that I didn't really care for this trilogy.
average, ok, unspectacular.
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