Don’t You Dare is a friends to lovers, sexual awakening MM romance.
Could one game of Don’t you Dare really change your entire life? Keane is the athletic carefree, fly by the seat of your pants baseball player. Aspen is the closed off bad boy type with a creative side.
With Keane questioning his sexuality what better time to throw in some dares. Sexual discovering under her guise of a dare, what could possibly go wrong?!
The chemistry between these two is absolute fire and right form the beginning but not how I expected it all. I was so pleasantly surprise how much I loved this book. It brought everything I need a friends to lovers trope. I live for the angst and raw emotion, Ricci delivered on all fronts!
The sass and banter is fantastic, with Keane and Pen being best friends practically their entire lives they know how to make each tick and it create some brilliant scenes!
The inner monologues totally give you the feels though. A full range of emotions can be experienced while reading this book. I wanted to read this when it released but having not read Ricci before I held off and I saw it was coming to audio and I’m so glad I waited. Liam DiCosmo is absolutely fantastic. His raw emotion is exactly what brought to life Keane perfectly!
If you’re on the fence about reading this book I highly recommend diving into the audio book!
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Don’t You Dare Review
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