As an undercover DEA agent in the most powerful gang in Boston, Scott Donahue accepts the risks of living a double life.
But when Tate Donovan, leader of the Sons of Steel Row, assigns Scotty to take his place in a bachelor’s auction sponsored by his sister’s sorority, he’s exposed to a whole new level of danger.
Even though Tate makes it very clear—Skylar is off limits—the second Scotty sees her, he’s a goner. But how does he tell Sky she’s falling for a man who doesn’t exist?
Sky can’t resist Scotty’s cool confidence or the raw, edgy power oozing from his perfect body. She’s always been the good girl, but he brings out the bad in her.
And even though she knows so little about who he really is, Sky’s willing to take the biggest risk of all. But putting her heart on the line is no guarantee that Scotty won’t slip through her fingers.
I think the three star rating was my fault. Dare to Lie felt like an adult erotic romance trying to be a YA romance trying to be an NA but was still an Adult Novel. It was a little confusing for me which put me into a funk that was hard to pull out of.
Dare to Lie was entertaining and I liked Scott but his relationship and intimate involvement with Sky felt a little disjointed and not really a great fit for him with my struggle to feel for where this book fit in as far as genres go because I couldn’t seem to figure out which way this book was leaning. I couldn’t tell if I actually liked it or if it actually bothered me.
In the end I think Sky could have used a little more maturity (even though she is an adult) and that Scott could have used someone a little more in his league but it was still worth the read.
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