Saturday Series Spotlight & Giveaway: Kara Nash & Caitlin Ricci’s Dare

Title: Dare to Risk by Kara Nash & Caitlin Ricci
Dare Series Book One
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, M/M, Romance
Length: 256 pages/Word Count: 95,031

Summary:

Dare: Book One

For successful businessman Bran Wilson, selling the large Montana dairy farm that has been in his family for generations is an easy decision. He hates the farm, the land, even the cows, and wants nothing to do with any of it. But there’s a glitch in his plan: a stubborn cowboy from New Zealand who is as sexy as he is aggravating.

Kaden Barker loves the Wilson farm, and respected Bran’s grandfather up until the day he died. With his two best friends, he’s taken over working the farm and caring for the cows, and he’d happily spend the rest of his days doing it.

When Bran charges into his life, telling him he’s selling the farm and there’s nothing Kaden, or his friends, can do about it, the animosity between them is instant. But so is the attraction, and only one extreme can win out.


dare-hopeTitle: Dare to Hope by Kara Nash & Caitlin Ricci
Dare Series Book Two
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Contemporary, M/M, Romance
Length: 250 pages/Word Count: 93,125

Summary:

Dare: Book Two

Christophori Romanoff is an expert at being the perfect son for his homophobic father. But maintaining the facade comes with a heavy price, and when he swears off anonymous sex and getting drunk every night, he needs his friends more than ever. Only he’s convinced they’re busy with their own lives and better off without his interference. On the surface Chris is fine, but underneath the expensive suit and the law degree he got only to please his father, he’s breaking apart from the pressure, and he falls back on his oldest—and most dangerous—coping mechanism.

Samuel Mealamu hoped to hear from Chris soon after their last good-bye in Montana, but as the months go by without a word, he realizes what they started was one-sided. Still, he worries about the destructive path Chris was on and hopes the silence means he’s doing better. But nearly a year later, Chris finally calls, and it’s obvious he’s in trouble. Samuel thinks he’s seen Chris at his worst, but this new, far more broken man might be too much for even Samuel to help.


Giveaway

I am giving away one eBook from the Dare series-WINNER’S CHOICE. Here’s how to enter the Saturday Series Spotlight contest:

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2 Responses to Saturday Series Spotlight & Giveaway: Kara Nash & Caitlin Ricci’s Dare

  1. Angie M

    Thanks for the heads up about a great sounding series!

  2. H.B.

    Thank you for spotlighting the series. It sounds great!