Dare to Love [Jaci Burton, Lidia Dornet] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lucy Fairchild is a confident, successful lawyer and heiress to the. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jaci Burton is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling, award-winning author of over seventy books, including the. Dare To Love By Jaci Burton – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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One thing that almost threw me completely out of the book – Lucy realized that Jake “had a generous wit and intelligence lobe belied his occupation”.
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And what neither of them expected—love-might be the lovve outcome. They both needed a boost in the confidence department, and I think when they communicated their feelings instead of assuming it helped both of them It was sweet, sometimes too sweet, but still good. You submitted the following rating and review.
I’ll give her that much. She’ll choose her own husband-someday.
Lucy Fairchild of the San Francisco Fairchilds has always done what is expected of her. Running With the Devil. Waste of money and time on this book. May 12, Tammy rated it it was ok Shelves: No remuneration was exchanged and all opinions presented herein are my own except as noted. The dialogue is snappy and flows smoothly.
Jake and Lucy were both great characters. How to write a great review. He accuses her of being a pretentious uptight snob, so loev prove him wrong she agrees to a date. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I didn’t find that very fair. I hate that Lucy had the family issues that she did, a father whose so blinded by money and privilege that he forgot to love his daughter and with her mother gone burto such a long time Lucy was in need of love.
Jun 13, Natalie rated it it was ok. Jan 01, Auntee rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Nothing Personal which reminds me of this story,they fall in love when they least expect it. Right up until they lead us down the aisle. Sep 19, Elizabeth rated it really liked it Shelves: One of those books where I got to the end and I was disappointed that it was lov because I liked the characters so much that I just wanted to spend time with them.
Lucy is not true to her character. Mortal embarrassment obviously outweighed politeness. May 12, Eastofoz rated it it was ok Recommended to Eastofoz by: How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
Honestly, the love scenes were boring. From their first meeting on a construction site, verbal sparks fly.
She is supposed to be a year-old, succesful, independant woman. Lucy Fairchild, lawyer and heiress to the Fairchild fortune, has just had the worst day of her life. I’ve always been a take-the-challenge kind of girl, so I thought I would give this one a shot in spite of the warnings and bad reviews.
Lucy’s father wants to I really buron Jaci’s story telling voice. Its true,there is no hot,monkey sex in this story,but this story does just well without it. This was a good book, even it it was a little sappy.
I felt no great emotional response, other than to say “awwww” at the end. When his workmen indulge in a little cat calling things get a little heated.
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Jake insinuates that Lucy is a snob and then dares her to go on a da The only risk I thought I would take by reading this book was death by boredom. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. When Lucy and Jake have a run in on his construction site, sparks fly. Lucy thinks Jake is the perfect fake boyfriend to parade around in the hopes of getting her father off her back.
Write a customer review. Dzre seemed more like a lowly office worker slumming because her dad had tons of cashola which she raked in as the heir to the family fortune.
Jake might be the perfect fake boyfriend to run interference for her father, a way out of her father’s ridiculous notion that she needs a husband.
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I thought he was perfect for Lucy. Lucy Fairchild our heroine is mad, matter of fact she is pissed. Yes, she had some good points–she was sweet and cute, got along with Jake’s friends, loved children and dogs, and really seemed to click with Jake.
For such a short read, this book was way too long.