Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 2
They both want sex, they both have a secret...
Sarah has little experience with men, but when wealthy and attractive Jason hires her as a nanny, the attraction is instant and fierce. He’s completely unattainable, forcing Sarah to keep her growing passion a secret.
One fateful night reveals Jason feels the chemistry, but something -- or someone – holds him back. How long can he deny his desire?
Ashira Datya’s Review
Daring to Dream was a sweet story that I really enjoyed. It's about a young woman named Sarah, a cute little girl and her father. Sarah worked hard to move past her family's reputation and make something of herself. She had a great job as the baby-sitter for an adorable little girl, whose father Jason was far from being hard on the eyes.
All life is filled with challenges, and Sarah was not about to let them get the best of her. She ignored what some people said that would be hurtful and work against her and pushed through, but where love was concerned, she was young and unsure. There were some stumbles and some scares, but in the end, life had a way of working itself out.
I gave Daring to Dream 3 Tea Cups; it was a little short for my tastes, I like a really long, gripping novel. The plot was great, and the writing was great, and it was one of the sweetest stories I've read in awhile. I give Daring to Dream a heat rating of 2 ... it wasn't very graphic and I'm going to leave it to you guys to find out more. It really is a great story, one that I'll re-read at a later date.
3 Tea Cups!