For wedding stylist Misty Morningside, mixing business with pleasure is a professional no-no. That is, until she runs into wedding photographer Adam Wright at a Valentine's Day event. Dare they set aside business for one night of pleasure?
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Review Courtesy of April Hollingworth So this was a seriously sweet book that will send you back to your first high school crush and all those emotions and triggers to go with it. Misty is determined to only think about her work, no romance for her even though she works in the wedding business. Well that is until she sees the photographer Adam Wright, who she not only went to school with but was the one boy she always sore herself having a happily ever after with, even though he didn't notice her. Throw in a 'dare you' from her friend and this Valentine's multi wedding event could spark love in her heart once again. Truly this was a wonderful fun book that kinda makes you wish someone would dare you to take a chance. The Review: For wedding stylist Misty Morningside, mixing business with pleasure is a professional no-no. That is, until she runs into wedding photographer Adam Wright at a Valentine’s Day event. Dare they set aside business for one night of pleasure?
Dare Me is author Debra Druzy’s second book, and I had just as much fun reading it as her first one, Sleeping With Santa. In Dare Me, Misty Morningside and Adam Wright—elementary school crushes—haven’t seen each other in years when they end up working the same wedding, Adam the photographer and Misty the wedding stylist. Sparks fly as though a day has never passed for either of them, but it would be too daring for professionals to act on sparks…wouldn’t it? There’s a luxurious hotel, there’s champagne, there are sexy poses to be struck. And that’s before the Surprise Fantasy Package from Violet’s Valise arrives. Adam and Misty aren’t school kids anymore, and this is no crush. This time they make it a Valentine’s Day to remember. Everyone remembers their first crush. What would it be like to re-connect as adults? For Adam and Misty it feels a bit wrong. And all right. I love the holiday themes of Debbie Druzy’s books. Sleeping With Santa, a full length, fiery novel (I mean, Nick was a firefighter after all) holds all the magic of Christmas. Dare Me, has a lot of the same flame but, a shorter Candy Hearts Romance Series book, also feels like a sweet treat, perfect for Valentine’s Day or anytime you want to pop a little romance!