Sunday, August 23, 2015

From the shelf: Baiting the Maid of Honor (Wedding Dare #2)

Title: Baiting the Maid of Honor (Wedding Dare #2)
Author: Tessa Bailey
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Date read: August 10, 2015
Dawn Rates:   (3.5/5)

Summary (cr: goodreads)
He’ll own her from the very first touch.

Julie Piper and Reed Lawson have nothing in common. She’s a people-pleasing sorority girl hiding behind her perfect mask. He’s a take-no-prisoners SWAT commander who isolates himself from the world. But when they’re forced together at their friends’ posh destination wedding, one thing is clear—Reed wants Julie more than he wants his next breath. Which is why he’s not about to stand by when she’s dared to seduce another man. 

Julie wants neat, tidy sex, so she could get back to what she does best—making everybody else happy. She never expected to slip into a dark bedroom and have her mind blown by rough, demanding hands, and a sinfully filthy mouth—neither of which belong to the best man.

One night should have been all Reed needed to get the blond temptress out of his system, but when one taste is nowhere near enough, he’ll be forced confront the effects of his hellish past. One that may push Julie away forever... just when he realizes he can't live without her. 
My Review: (also in goodreads)

Wedding Dare series: Falling for the Groomsman

The second book of the wedding dare series and it's about the maid of honor Southern Julie and that Mr. Dangerous Reed. Julie is a wealthy child who took over her older sister's responsibilities in the family after she died abruptly. Reed on the other hand is a SWAT team commander with a dark past. Both at the far ends of the spectrum are attracted with one another. They have the chemistry (still no surprises there) and that push-pull game going on. Both are very challenging for one another since both of them are pure opposites from one another. Its nice to see everything coming into place and having that common scene on all the books so far: the bar scene, the dance rehearsal, and the scavenger hunt. The only difference is the POV of the main characters of the book. This gets interesting.

Till the next read...

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