Title: Double Dare
She found passion on a dare but is she willing to risk her heart?
Since The Dare that changed her life, Dr. Katrina Winslow has hooked up, broken up, hooked up again, and run like hell, but her drama’s just getting started. Not only does she lose her job, but unpredictable and sexy-as-hell cop Simon insists they have fantasies left to explore.
Simon’s a man who gets what he wants and he’s got Katy in his green-eyed crosshairs. Though Katy runs from him, she’s never further away than his fingertips, something he proves when he sexts her a provocative double dare.
Will the prim and proper scientist resist the sexy cop’s thrilling texts? Or will she allow Simon to strip her bare and guide her closer and closer to what she truly desires?
Author: Karin Tabke
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Dare
Series: The Chronicles of Katrina
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Dare
Published by Season Publishing Source: Author
Published: 17 September 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance, Romance
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So in The Chronicles of Katrina # 1 Kat found out that the wonderful Simon has a girlfriend and tucked her tail and ran. Now she finds herself texting the oh so sexy Simon, conflicted over her emotions for him and hating him for the way he makes her feel. She cannot deny her attraction for him but all his secrets may prove to be too much.
So I loved the first book and was way excited to read number two and now I find myself drooling in anticipation for the next one. This was in a word – fantastic. Kat and Simon have this electricity that runs between them that just draws you in and zaps you in the process. And watching Kat grow sexually (exploring all sorts of different things) was rather fun. Climbing into the world of sexting with Simon, learning about all sorts of toys and learning to trust Simon with more then her body was so fascinating.
Oh and did I love the twists and turns that Ms Tabke put me through. This time around there is quite a bit more action in the ways of drama (stupid married men and obnoxious overbearing bosses) and a few more supporting characters in the ways of snoopy wise older woman.
I liked it, I loved it, I need more.