Sexy, confident, college playboy, Kelton Maxwell has his future right in the palm of his hands. Women want him. Guys want to be him. And he’s got one foot in the door at Harvard Law. All he needs now is just one prestigious internship at a highfalutin law firm to seal the deal. Nothing can stand in his way. Until… A blast from the past smacks him right in the face, bringing back memories he tried to forget. Kelton swore he’d never go back--never put himself through that again. He’d rather pledge his allegiance to the devil himself before he drops to his knees to worship a woman—especially her. He won’t dare to get close. Won’t dare to let her in. Can’t dare to love.
I have not read the previous books in this series and while this may be a standalone I think I would have enjoyed it overall so much more had I read the other books. I would suggest reading the first two books before reading Dare To Love, I am also going to go back and read them and read this one after to see if my enjoyment of the book increases. Don’t get me wrong I did like it but I didn’t love it. Dare To Love is a second chance romance that will pull at your heart and have you question if two people can move on from their shared past and move towards the future together. Dare To Love is a book that is filled with a tragedy, loss of a friendship and heartbreak. Dare To Love is a book that will dare you to open your heart and love.
Kelton is cocky, he’s an ass, but he is also using that to cover who he is deep inside. He will win your heart even when you want to punch him in the nuts a couple of times. Lizzie is strong and unfortunately she is that way because of the blows she has taken in life but she like Kelton is more below the surface if she allows you to see it.
I really hope that once I read the previous books I can come back and change this review from being one that I liked to one that I loved. I dare you to not only read Dare To Love but the previous books as well.