Dare Me Tonight is Ethan Knight's story and his special lady is none other than Sienna Dare, youngest step-sister to my favorite, Gabriel Dare!
Sienna has just graduated from college and is at a crossroads in her life. She is not sure if she wants to get her masters degree or just jump into the job market. When Sienna is convinced to travel to New York City to hear about a great master's program, Gabe contacts his friend, Ethan Knight to see if he'd be willing to be his sister's companion for the weekend. Ethan reluctantly agrees.
When Ethan first sees Sienna, he realizes that she's not the little kid he was expecting but a sexy, confident woman. Sienna is just as surprised to find that Ethan is not some old, middle aged boring man, but a young, sexy, very attractive man that she thinks she wants to lose her virginity to! Ethan may still be feeling the pain from his cheating deceased wife, but for the first time a woman has actually sparked some interest in his mind. Things quickly heat up between Ethan and Sienna and they end up having a fun, sexy weekend.
A few weeks later, imagine Sienna's surprise when Ethan ends up in Florida, setting up security on her brother's stadium and he runs into Sienna. Things heat up again. Ethan doesn't want to let Gabe know he is sleeping with his sister and suggests keeping it quiet. This pisses Sienna off because guess what.....she just found out she is pregnant! Now these two strong headed people have to decide how they are going to handle this news. It will take a lot of heavy thinking on Ethan's part if he can go through trusting a woman again. Thankfully, smart heads prevail and Ethan and Sienna get their happy ending.
I just loved Ethan. He was so jaded because of what his deceased wife did to him. It really took the right woman to help Ethan see that not all woman are bad. Sienna really was like an angel sent to bring him back to life. Sienna may have been young, but she has been through a lot in her life and she really did deserve to get a happy ending. I loved how Carly Phillips brought both of these series together....it was so fun!