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 The Risk (Briar U 2) by Elle Kennedy Review/Summary

Writer: Elle Kennedy
Publication Elle Kennedy Inc.
ISBN-13 978-1775293989
Language: English
Genre: Romance
Best Sellers Rank: #132,106 in Books
Custoer review 4.6/5
Publish Date: 18 February 2019

The protagonist of this story is a strong-willed young woman who refuses to let fear dictate her life. She is not afraid to go against the norm or to be different from what is expected of her, but there is one line that she will not cross. She will not sleep with the enemy, meaning that she will not become romantically involved with a player from a rival hockey team. This is not only because it is frowned upon in the hockey world, but also because she is the daughter of Briar's head hockey coach, and it would be seen as a betrayal.

However, fate has a funny way of throwing a wrench in the plans of even the most determined individuals. The protagonist needs Jake Connelly's help to secure an internship that she desperately wants, and he is not making it easy for her. As Harvard's star forward, he is arrogant, annoying, and far too attractive for his own good. Despite her reservations, she realizes that the only way to secure the internship is to convince Jake to be her fake boyfriend.

Unfortunately, this plan quickly backfires when Jake starts to want real dates in exchange for the fake ones. As much as the protagonist tries to resist his charm and sex appeal, she finds herself drawn to him. However, she knows that pursuing a relationship with Jake would be disastrous. Her father would never forgive her, her friends would be angry, and her future career could be jeopardized.

The protagonist is now faced with a difficult decision. Will she continue to resist Jake's advances, or will she take a risk and give in to her feelings for him? It is a high-stakes situation that will test her resolve and her ability to make difficult choices. In the end, she must decide if the reward of a relationship with Jake is worth the risk of losing everything else.