Romance/Erotica – DARE: A Don’t Knock It Novel #1

DARE Don't Knock ItDARE: A Don’t Knock It Novel #1
By Lyla Marie Ross
Publisher: Still Eye Rise Media
Published: May 2014
ASIN: B00KMZIN02
Genre: Romance, Erotica
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub, ebook, mobi, kindle

When Charmaine “No-Guy-Can-Ever-Satisfy-Her” Nixon faces a drought in her love life, her best friend urges her to take on a dare that will bring the rain. The dare? Date the next guy who walks in the bar… No matter what he looks like… Or who he is… When Xander Wilson walks into the bar, he brings all his baggage and his secret website with him. Will Charmaine & Xander hit it off? Or will her standards and his baggage be too much to overcome?

The Don’t Knock It series is a collection of novels which feature romance, steamy sex scenes and the characters doing something unusual and out of the norm. Each novel is self-contained and may or may not include characters from previous novels. The series was created to inspire women to live their fantasies. The motto for the series is, “Don’t Knock It ‘Til You Try It.”

This series are in the genre of romantica! Heavy on romance. Heavy on erotica.

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