Dare You To
Ryan lowers his lips to my ear. ‘Dance with me, Beth.’ ‘No,’ I whisper the reply. I hate him and I hate myself for wanting him to touch me again... Beth Risk has spent her whole life hiding the truth about her family, and never letting anyone get too close. Suddenly sent to live with uncle she... show more
Ryan lowers his lips to my ear. ‘Dance with me, Beth.’ ‘No,’ I whisper the reply. I hate him and I hate myself for wanting him to touch me again... Beth Risk has spent her whole life hiding the truth about her family, and never letting anyone get too close. Suddenly sent to live with uncle she barely knows, she’s struggling to start afresh in a new town and at a new school that doesn’t get her. At all. Ryan Stone is the school’s gorgeous golden boy—with secrets he can’t tell anyone. As Ryan and Beth dare to let each other in, they’re treading on dangerous ground – and the consequences could change their lives forever.Praise for Bestselling Phenomenon Katie McGarry"The love story of the year" - Teen Now "A real page-turner" - MizzThe Pushing the Limits Series1. Pushing the Limits2. Dare You To3. Crash Into You4. Take Me On – coming 27th May 2014
Publish date: June 7th 2013
Publisher: Mira Ink
Pages no: 456
Edition language: English
Series: Pushing the Limits (#2)
This second installment in the "Pushing the Limits" series wasn't as angsty as the first book (Pushing the Limits), which I liked. At the same time, though, Beth and Ryan's story doesn't pack the same emotional punch. That's not to say it's not chockfull of melodrama: Beth has a truly horrible backs...
She has done it again! I am in love with this book. I want more of these characters like now. It was the most cool bad girl and good boy story.But it was also so much more then that. It really showed how characters that seemed to have nothing in common could be the thing that the other person needs....
I expected the dare/bet to come back and bite Ryan on the ass. Beth does find out about the bet/dare but she wasn't as pissed off as I expected her be. Beth has issues, everyone does really, low self esteem and lack of trust are the two big ones. I understand both, but her relationship with Ryan wou...
Katie McGarry should get a job writing movies for Lifetime. She has the perfect overdramatic and cheesy Lifetime movie act down to a T. And usually, I would complain about this. But in this particular scenario, it completely works. The melodrama, somewhat 1D characters, and cheesiness mak...
A most enjoyable romance following on from Pushing The Limits. This book follows Beth from the first book. I adored Beth in this book. She was okay in the first book, kind of bitchy and stand offish and still the same way in the second book, but this is her story so it allows the reader to learn mor...