Review: If You Dare by A.R. Torre

Synopsis: Equal parts Dexter and 50 Shades, this is the eagerly awaited new novel from A. R. Torre, author of the award winning erotic thriller, The Girl in 6E. The rules are the same. I can’t open the door. I can’t leave. I can’t kill anyone. The only difference is, I don’t set the rules anymore. Guards in grey uniforms do. It is everything I never wanted and everything I always deserved. I write to you now, from a prison cell. My home for the next twenty to thirty years. That’s the going term for murder.

Just Wow! A.R. Torre has always know how to blow the reader away! And she did it again with If You Dare. Everything is different and the same in If You Dare that the reader will love all of the story as whole but some will be mad about the ending but it was expected from how it was leading. If You Dare starts off where the second book ends.
Things are more explosive for Deanna that things are going to get out of hand. I truly love how Deanna mind thinks since she is always thinking that makes her think about her action and the future action especially when she is around Jeremy. She craves to be normal especially when Jeremy comes around but things will get complicate when danger approach.
Things are more high strike than ever that it will blow your away with the twist and turn. Five Stars! 

AT headshot - red dressAlessandra Torre is an award-winning New York Times bestselling author of ten novels. Her books focus on romance and suspense, all with a strong undercurrent of sexuality. Torre has been featured in such publications as Elle and Elle UK, co-hosted Dirty Sexy Funny with Jenny McCarthy, as well as guest blogged for the Huffington Post and RT Book Reviews. She is also the Bedroom Blogger for
You can learn more about Alessandra on her website at, or you can find her on Twitter (@ReadAlessandra) or Facebook.
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