Review: Dare Me by Jennifer Probst (Steele Brothers #3)
Note: This ARC was provided by InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.
Rafe Steele is used to giving orders to his men out on the field, but when it comes to bedroom, he prefers to be with a woman who tells him exactly what to do. He may not be able to tell his brothers--who all happen to be dominants--that he's a submissive, but he does agree to sign up with FANTA-C, and the matchmaking service connects him with a woman who seems like the girl next door in her casual clothing and sneakers. But Summer Preston is a dominatrix who dons her leather catsuit and knows how to get what she wants from a man and it seems that she's finally found the right submissive for her in the person of the former military man. Their connection is undeniable and one night won't suffice, but Rafe may not be willing to embrace his submissiveness openly and publicly, no matter how much Summer dares him to.
Dare Me is novella number three in the Jennifer Probst-penned Steele Brothers series about four brothers who go through a matchmaking service to find the perfect women they can fulfill their fantasies with. Rafe Steele is different from his dominant brothers. He's a submissive and it's a secret that he keeps from them. His FANTA-C date with Summer Preston is a way for him to get it out of his system, but both Rafe and Summer are hooked on what they feel when they're together. But can these two really find happiness together if Rafe isn't ready to be honest about his need for submission when Summer is raring to explore it even further? That's the dilemma that these two face and it makes for a very interesting story that certainly had me curious and entertained. Dare Me is one of my two favorites in the series. 4.5 stars! ♥
Date Read: 19 November 2015
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