• Title: Dare to Dream
  • Author: Becky Wilde
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 490
  • Format: ebook
  • Dare to Dream Devin Knight has been working as a PA for her boss Gareth Farrell and Brody Camp the owner of a software company She has been in love with the two men since practically the beginning but knows she d
    Devin Knight has been working as a PA for her boss Gareth Farrell and Brody Camp, the owner of a software company She has been in love with the two men since practically the beginning, but knows she doesn t have a chance of being with them as they are gay.After an office party which Devin is drugged at by a new colleague, she reveals that she is in love with both her bosDevin Knight has been working as a PA for her boss Gareth Farrell and Brody Camp, the owner of a software company She has been in love with the two men since practically the beginning, but knows she doesn t have a chance of being with them as they are gay.After an office party which Devin is drugged at by a new colleague, she reveals that she is in love with both her boss The two men take her home to look after her and when she is feeling well again they seduce her revealing they are not gay but bi sexual.Will she dare to dream their relationship could be based on so much than the physical or will she walk away

    One Reply to “Dare to Dream”

    1. What could be better than daydreaming sex fantasies about two hot, successful, richy men. What could be better than daydreaming? Actually DOING IT! Oh Yum!!! The secretary, Devin, is about to find out just how satisfying it can be being sandwiched between those two sexy bodies. Yum!✳✳ Reviewed on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews___________________________________________________If you like this type of book, you might enjoy one of these groups. Check us out!Menage ReadersErotic EnchantsBookie Noo [...]

    2. Dare to Dream is a zesty number. I love the whole office romance plot. I thought the way Gareth and Brody felt for each other came across the pages very well. Ms. Wilde added extra zing with the scenes where Devin was not so much a participant as she was a voyeur. This spicy novel made my mouth dry and I was not sure if I wanted to drink some water or drink in more of this erotica tale.DanielleReviewer for Coffee Time Romance & MoreOfficial Review @ Coffee Time Romance & More

    3. Ho-lee Shit This is bad! 0.5 Stars for using punctuation. If a 5th Grader wrote porn, this is what it'd look like. And only Eric Northman can call his lover, "lover". Okay? Please don't tell me that the fact that this book has 3.5 stars is because this is the best m-m-f the world has to offer. I don't do scathing reviews, butI just did.

    4. Originally posted at: whippedcream2/201 Could anything be more complicated than two gay bosses and a secretary who has a huge crush on both of them? Devin Knight has been crushing on her bosses for some time and is at the end of her rope with wanting them. What she doesn’t know is that her bosses are not gay but bisexual, and they want her too. This was a fabulous read. It was quick and fun but also very sensual. I liked how the author incorporated action into her story. The characters are com [...]

    5. I've read quite a few menage stories to know what is considered good and what is not. This wasn't good, unfortunately. Repetitiveness, a few mistakes and clipped sentences made this a less than exciting read. Gareth and Brody are bisexual lovers, and they're supposed to be hot-shot CEO's, yet their manner of speaking didn't convey confident, cool, calm and collected. So that was a turn-off. They also didn't seem to know women very well. First they get her in bed, then ask her to move in with the [...]

    6. Dare to Dream is an exciting story. Gareth and Brody are secure in their relationship with one another, it is captivating how Devlin reacts when she begins to question what she really means to themFull review on Sensual Readssensualreads/?p=5747

    7. This onewell it just seemed mechanical and lacking in any type of real emotion. I felt like the story line was good and had real potential, but it just felt hollow.

    8. Overall, not bad, though the writing was a little cheesy at times (does anyone actually call their significant other "lover"?) and I thought the month that Devin was gone was handled oddly.

    9. Waste of time. So predictable. So many errors, such as chocked instead of choked. At least it was short.

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