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Double Dare

Written by: R. L. Mathewson
Narrated by: Fran Jules
Length: 7 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

From the New York Times Best-Selling Series, Neighbor from Hell, comes Double Dare....

Marybeth still couldn't believe that she'd survived this long with a friend like Darrin, but somehow she'd managed to beat the odds and not give in to temptation and smother him with a pillow while he slept. Of course some days were more difficult than others....

For 20 years he's been biding his time, waiting for the right moment to make his move, and now that she was finally his, he had to do everything in his power to keep her, even if it meant making a decision that would tear them apart and force her to face the truth.

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  • Lady Tara 8
  • 24-02-19

Forget it

Double Dare you works for 7 year olds but 20 years later? Ridiculous!

Couldn't get past Chp 5. maybe it got better but I doubt it.

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  • Kristina Koroluk
  • 28-09-18

Trigger Warning for Infertility Needed

I don’t even know where to start. Honestly, I find R. L. Mathewson to be funny but after what I think is book 4 of this series that I’ve read, I also find the characters one dimensional and the running jokes getting old. Literally, she is writing the exact same male and female leads with one or two quirks that make them slightly different from her previous ones. This book particularly grated on my nerves. Can you please tell me how the Drs also seem to be her gynos? Did they have specialties out of the same office no less without speaking of them. And, at what point did you forget that if her endometriosis was that bad where she was getting a hysterectomy among other things, she managed to have painless sex. One of the first signs of endometriosis is pain during intercourse. Marybeth’s playing the martyr over and over and over and over was incredibly annoying. That wasn’t love. This book was a mess. The narrator was good, I just think she needs some help on the dad voices, she has them sounding like they are 80 year old men.

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  • erin
  • 03-02-16

Warning: Terminal illness

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I listen to books to escape. I'm always looking for a book that's fun- interesting characters, witty banter. I wish there was a warning label that let you know that a book was going to delve into serious illness/ death. Didn't finish it. Too painful...

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  • jojo beanz
  • 22-05-19

childish

i couldnt get thru it. the dares and double dares were too much for adults to play.

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  • Connie Smith
  • 01-04-19

Same storyline is getting old

I was hoping this would get better, but it just seemed to start getting on my nerves. Also a little hard to believe. First off, there could have been more of a storyline and less details of sex. I don't see how sex being used as a weapon between lovers is enjoyable- it seems more controlling. Sex with endometriosis is very painful and to have sex everyday for 6 years straight is very hard to believe unless you are a prostitute and even then that seems impossible.

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  • green ice cream garden
  • 01-07-16

Close to great but...

A few things I didn't like about this book. First, the epilogue. If you read the previous book (The Game Plan) and liked the medication allergy skit then you should be okay. I grew tired to annoyed by it quickly. The fact that it rears its ugly head here was a disappointment. This wasn't even supposed to be about Jody. Second, is there an anti-gay sentiment here?Finally, and least important, is that, as with the other books in this series, the main "issue/barrier" gets beaten like a dead horse.

With that in mind, I still like the characters. The banter was funny, the whole dare thing cute, good and steamy, and I'm a sucker for the BFF thing. If you're a fan of the series or need some escape from deeper reads, you can find some fun in this edition.

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  • Rusty
  • 30-06-19

Just Grow the F*ck Up

I am not sure who was more annoying, Marybeth or Darrin, with their silly bickering and selfish attitudes. Marybeth kept lying to hide the truth about her health issues from her so-called best friend Darrin. On the other hand, Darrin was physically violent and controlling, showing no respect for her mind or feelings. I tried but could not finish...

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  • doleereader
  • 10-04-19

Not my favorite

This is my least liked book of the series I know it’s profanity/erotic but too much of anything is too much. I really like the banter and the humor.
Can’t wait for more of the Pyte/Sentinel series.

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  • Jamie
  • 19-03-19

Went on and on and on...

Wished I would've loved it. Tried to stay with it but the story just dragged on. Every time I thought the story was heading somewhere the two main characters were either thinking about or having sex. Just became too much and difficult to finish. Found myself clinging to life wishing the story would end already.

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  • M. Sheron
  • 13-09-18

Wasn’t for me

Wish I could have liked this story. It was so-so. The plot behind the dares were a bit juvenile. The idea of a dare could work in another scenario but rings false here. The narration was great and worth finding other books they’ve done. If you like the writer you will more than likely enjoy this book - but I enjoy a better developed plot.

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