"an intriguing tale of love found"
Love in whatever form is special and enriching. Never let
go of that extraordinary someone who makes your breath
hitch and your skin tingle. Who makes you feel wonderful
by just being in your life...
Kelsey Billings is a woman that finds herself at odds with
her professional life; she takes herself out of that
environment by dancing at a gay bar at night. This gives
her the ability to express herself in ways she never could
in the corporate world. Hidden behind a mask, Kelsey
slithers and dances her way into the heart of one woman
that cannot take her eyes off of Kelsey, Jordan.
Both women have lives that are complicated and shrouded in
some dysfunctional way. Kelsey runs her father's business,
a business that destroys lives and companies. Jordan owns
a karate school, honing her body into tight delicious
curves and lines, but her family life is a mess.
With all that is going on in the background these two find
an intense sexual relationship building and both unsure if
either one can handle something that heated right now.
Kelsey's life will take a threatening twist that could
tear the fabric of an already thin relationship to shreds.
I DARE YOU is written by author Sheri Livingston. Ms.
Livingston took a premise about two fascinating woman and
penned an intriguing tale of love found in the most
unexpected and sensuous of ways. Ms. Livingston portrayed
the couple in a very convincing story of passionate and
erotic love. It is also about individuals having to face
hard truths about their lives and hopefully change things
for the better.
You could switch the sexes anyway you wanted and this
story would still come out the same—wonderfully believable
and highly emotional. Writing of that nature makes the
novel more connectable for the readers and reaches a
This is more than just a story about two women that fall
in love and have sex. It is about how their lives develop
and the interactions that shape and mold their world.
Please note: This is a novel written about an alternative
life style and if you find this offensive, then this book
may not be for you.
Posted July 7, 2006
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted November 18, 2006