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5.0 out of 5 starsI Enjoyed this Series
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
I have now finished the 5th and last book in this series, of course, I read them in order. I really understand now how three people can love 💘 each other. I had 5 outstanding examples. They were all loving, romantic, sexy and exotic. In addition, all their stories were quite interesting. I'm sure they can all be read as stand alone novels, but by reading reading them in order helped me to get to know the characters better and helped me to see how their stories all tied in together. ❤ Much Love. The moral of this story: Birds of feather flock together.
I have finished all 5 books in the dare series. I was very pleased that it shows such a positive way of poly relationships. As a gay man I was impressed and honestly wish an opportunity like this would’ve presented itself when I was much younger. Thanks for the HEA in these books.
Olivia seeking out her brother after 16 years was hard enough, but she then relayed the scary reason why. Trey was surprised by her showing up after so long, and worried as all get out. Eli and Grant were the safe house that became more very quickly. Thank goodness for HEA endings. Loved it.
4 Stars. Another good read from this author. After reading the series, I am still sticking with my decision......the first book was the best one.. All this French in this book was not good in my humble opinion. It took away from it, not enhanced it.
Over this book. Actually the whole series. Imagine not jut one man to please you but two!!! You never know wen you all find love, it could be just helping someone out. Loved all the alpha mass and the females who weren't afraid of the men.