Sunday, 1 February 2015

Dare By Allie Juliette Mousseau

Josh North – a risk-it-all bad boy - sexy dirty talker - bad ass defender and UFC’s Light Heavyweight Champion— is about to meet his match. 

Sophie Garner is a single mom who’s been raising her daughter on her own, fighting for both of their lives ever since going into hiding to escape her abusive husband. 
When Sophie gets offered the job of a lifetime as the exclusive massage therapist for Josh “The Jackhammer” North’s team, it’s difficult to say no to the outrageous salary—and the bet—that Josh proposes. But for Sophie it’s a risk that could cost a lot more than just her heart – if she’s found, it could cost her her life. 
Should she dare? 

Josh wants to break through Sophie’s fortified walls, but is unwilling to put the jackhammer to his own and reveal his secrets and the side of him few have ever known or seen. To do that, he’ll have to confront the darkness of his past. 
Will he dare?

I love MMA/UFC novels. There's something about someone that strong that I love reading about. But Josh North isn't just UFC heavy weight champion, hes a fire fighter too. 

After getting hurt in the line of duty to save a little boy in a burning building, Josh has Sophie start therapy at the hospital. They have instant attraction to one another and it moves on that Josh and his team hire her to work with him outside of the hospital for an OBSCENE amount of money. 
Sophie accepts because she needs to the money. If she ever has to run again she wants to have that insurance. She's also at risk of her heart been broken. 

There were a few things off with the story, like how intelligent the three year little girl is. I have three kids and not one could speak like that or know the stuff she does LOL 

The story line is fantastic. I was a little confused on what the ex wanted with Sophie in the end and where his secret partner went to. I mean, wouldn't he be after her now??? 

All in all, I couldn't put the book down long enough to do anything productive and have recommended it to other readers who have loved it just as much as me. 


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