New Release by Winter Renshaw - P.S. I DARE YOU (review)


P.S. I Dare You
Author: Winter Renshaw
Book 3 in P.S. series
Genre: contemporary romance


From the author of P.S. I Miss You and P.S. I Love You comes Winter Renshaw's new contemporary, office romance in her P.S. series, P.S. I Dare You.  While this book is a part of a series, it can be read as a standalone.




Blurb:

Dear Ms. Keane,

Before this ridiculous little arrangement commences, I’d like to make myself indubitably clear: I know who you are, I know that my father hired you, I know why my father hired you, and lastly, your services aren’t needed.


In fact, I want no part of my father’s billion-dollar empire, and him “gifting” me with one of the “best concierges in the county” won’t change that. He’s wasting his money. You’re wasting your time. 



However, seeing as how you foolishly signed an ironclad contract with an Act of God clause and my father has strong-armed me into taking this position, it appears as though we’re stuck together—at least until your contract is up next month.



That said, our time together at WellesTech should be relatively painless but please don’t fool yourself into thinking I don’t notice when that pretty little stare lingers a little too long or the way your breath catches when our hands graze. You’re fascinated by me and it kills you because you can hardly stand to be in the same room as me. 



Think I’m a problem worth solving? An impossible riddle worth figuring out? By all means, go ahead and try. Solve for X. Crack the code. It might even be fun (but only for me, not you). 



V/r, 



Calder Welles, II



P.S. I dare you



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Review:

4 stars This book is book 3 in Winter Renshaw’s P.S. series, but it can be read as a standalone. P.S. I Dare You is a quick, enjoyable romance about Aerin, a concierge/PA, and Calder, an heir to a large tech company. The two are complete opposites and they perfectly balance each other out. Aerin is type A, exceptionally organized, and uptight. Calder is a cynical, good looking man who can have any woman he wants and who resents his father. I chuckled a lot when I was reading some of Aerin’s behaviors because I am pretty type-A myself. I could really understand her need to make order out of chaos and to have control over her surrounding. I love an opposites attract, office romance and P.S I Dare You did not disappoint. The characters were engaging and had great chemistry. The book was entertaining and moved at a good pace. If you looking for a good, fast-paced romance or/and like Winter Renshaw’s other books from the P.S. series, then you will enjoy P.S. I Dare You . This book has a HEA with no cheating and no cliffhanger. I received this book as an ARC and I voluntarily leave this review.



Other Books In This Series:


Book 1: P.S. I Hate You




Book 2: P.S. I Miss You




About the Author:

Wall Street Journal and #1 Amazon bestselling author Winter Renshaw is a bona fide daydream believer. She lives somewhere in the middle of the USA and can rarely be seen without her notebook and laptop. When she's not writing, she's thinking about writing. And when she's not thinking about writing, she's living the American dream with her husband, three kids, the laziest puggle this side of the Mississippi, and a busy pug pup that officially owes her three pairs of shoes, one lamp cord, and an office chair.


Her book, ROYAL, made the Wall Street Journal's bestseller list in March 2016 and hit #1 in the entire Amazon Kindle store. FILTHY hit #2, HEARTLESS hit #4, and BACHELOR, RECKLESS, all three ARROGANT books, ABSINTHE and P.S. I HATE YOU have all reached the Amazon Kindle top 10. DARK PARADISE, COLDHEARTED, THE PERFECT ILLUSION, and THE REBOUND have all made the Amazon Kindle top 20. 



Winter also writes psychological and domestic suspense as Washington Post and #1 Amazon bestselling author Minka Kent. Her first book, THE MEMORY WATCHER, has been optioned by NBC Universal. 

She is represented by Jill Marsal at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency. 



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