Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Review: Dare to Resist by Carly Phillips

Dare to Resist by Carly Phillips is LIVE!
He’s about to find a baby on his doorstep … and his assistant in his bed. 
Austin Prescott is a lot of things. Ex football player. Sports agent. And as of this morning? Father. Finding a baby on his doorstep should have been a joke but the pink sticky note and baby carrier she came in is deadly serious.
What’s an out of his depth bachelor to do? Call his tempting and beyond gorgeous executive assistant and beg her to move in.
Quinnlyn Stone agrees to help Austin until he can straighten out his messy life. It’s just another item on her very long To-Do list. It’s absolutely not because she’s attracted to her very single and extremely handsome boss.
Close quarters. A baby. Undeniable chemistry. What could possibly go wrong?


Dare to Resist kicks off a new series of Dares, Dare Nation.  This first book, gives us the tail of Austin Prescott, his unexpected baby and the love he finds with his personal assistant in the wake of that discovery. 

Quinnlyn knows one thing, she doesn't want children, she's had her fill of raising other peoples children without being asked and as such knows she doesn't want to continue the trend with her own. This has caused her to be misunderstood by her own family, friends, and even the fiance she thought was on board with her. So when her boss calls her up asking for help with the baby left with him, She never expected to have her feelings change, but something about Austin and his daughter draw her in and she's left confused about how she wants to proceed. 

Austin never expected to have a  baby show up on his doorstep, never expected to love her right away either or that he could be a good father. But after a little while, he realizes he can't walk away from this baby, even if it turns out she's not his.  But he also knows that he wants Quinnlyn for more than a work assistant and baby help, but doesn't want to be unfair to her wishes either. 

As these two bond over late nights and baby duty, they find much more between them, but can they make it work long term? 

Dare to Resist was a sweet story that drew me in from the start and left me satisfied at the end.  I'm looking forward to what the rest of Dare Nation brings these characters. 

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