[Review] The Dare by Lauren Landish

Title: The Dare
Author: Lauren Landish
Publication Date: January 31, 2020

Have you ever had one of those really bad days at work?
You know, one where your hot boss catches you photocopying your backside in his office?
No? Just me then?

I blame my bestie and partner in chaos.
She challenged me with a not-so-innocent dare that I should’ve flat out declined.

But I’m an adrenaline junkie, and now, here I am.
I know it sounds crazy, and daredevil tendencies aside, I definitely went too far to get his attention.

But you haven’t seen him.
Colton Wolfe. My boss.
Tall, dark, and handsome, with the sexiest British accent I’ve ever heard.
His only flaw? That he’s completely oblivious to what’s been right in front of him all along.

Well, he was until a few minutes ago.
Remember those good old days?
Before I got caught making “nice” with the copy machine, and before I was totally getting fired?

But wait. Maybe I’m not.
If I can take on the biggest dare of all.
Making Colton Wolfe fall in love with me.divider_line (1)Review: This was definitely a fun, lighthearted read filled to the brim with endless dares that end up becoming the foundation for their relationship. I think I might have enjoyed it more if there was more of a slow burn in effect because it kind of felt like there was a lack of buildup. Who knows? Maybe it’s because I’ve been reading too much angst lately! But I do enjoy it when the chemistry is on high and you can feel the tension between the characters. There was a lot of focus placed on the rivalry between Colton and Elle’s father in the mix as well, which served as the main plot for the story. Also, I don’t know what it is about grandparents and romances, but Colton’s gran was hilarious! If you’re looking to wind down with a light read featuring a daredevil and her broody boss with a side of silly dares and family drama, then make sure you add this one to your tbr.

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