- File Size: 766 KB
- Print Length: 77 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (June 29, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 29, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HSDY3UO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,163,484 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Meagan (I Dare You Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I was extremely interested in the twist the author put on Meagan’s dare. Having it not work out the way Meagan had planned was an excellent catalyst to having Meagan come home to her best friends and cousin. I was really interested to see Meagan interact with all the secondary characters, particularly since the dynamic has changed so much since she left home – with Heidi and Zoey finding both partners and working together in a foursome with Rafe and Megan’s cousin, Nathan. I found their interactions were interesting and different to most other stories you find, even in erotic romances.
Coop was also an interesting choice for the hero for Meagan. With a mile-wide protective streak and a whole lot of patience he struck me as an excellent choice of hero for shy, naïve and somewhat innocent Meagan.
I was a little confused with the somewhat conflicting signals Meagan sent out. On the one hand her disaster of a previous experience had her firmly stating numerous times that she wasn’t in the right space for a relationship or sex at all, and that she was firmly off the market for now at least. Yet almost from the moment she met Coop, Meagan was desperately attracted to the handsome man and had wanted more than just friendship with him. These two things didn’t really gel together in my mind. Even though Meagan and Coop didn’t act on their attraction for a number of weeks the story jumped forward to where their attraction was a lot more fierce for each other, so Meagan insisting that she was ready for more felt a little jarring to me, particularly considering some of the circumstances that occurred in the very recent past for Meagan. Indeed, while I can completely understand the author not going into graphic detail of these circumstances (very unromantic!) I couldn’t help but feel this really serious event was almost completely glossed over.
Basically, for me, Meagan’s wanting to jump into a sexual relationship with Coop just didn’t feel realistic or sexy to me, personally. As a plot device, explaining why she came home, why her dare didn’t work out – all that made sense logically, I just didn’t feel the emotion behind it, partly because of the conflicting feelings (being devastated and saying “not ready” on one hand and being desperately in lust seconds later) but also because I felt the author really blunted a lot of the emotion side of Meagan’s (and thus me as a reader) response to this life-altering event.
There is plenty of very hot sex in this short story – though the vast majority of it is variations of the foursome; Zoey with Nathan and Rafe – and all four together: Zoey, Heidi, Nathan and Rafe. I could understand this though, as Meagan and Coop’s relationship isn’t really solid and at a sexual stage until the end of the story. But once we get there the scene is spicy hot and well written.
I found this to be an interesting story with a solid plotline and a huge cast of really vivid, fun and sexy characters. A godd conclusion to this trilogy.
originally posted at long and short reviews
She finds herself alone, and reluctant to get into another relationship with a man. But the moment she walks into a bar and her eyes meet none other than sexy musician Lyric Cooper, she's unable to resist the pull. In saying that she still doesn't rush into things with him.
Once again, Jennifer...you sure know how to write some seriously dirty sex scenes. Yes there is depictions of group sex (not Meagan and Lyric) with secondary characters. The difference with this story, which by the way was my favourite of the three, was that Lyric was so unbelievably sweet, protective, and patient with Meagan. He never pushed her into something she wasn't ready for. He waited for her until she was ready to approach him.
This book along with the other two are fast and fun reads, with some seriously raunchy sex play. Normally, this isn't the type of book I read, but I love this author and I have to honestly say I did enjoy these books, especially Meagan's story.