Soundtrack Saturday: Dare to Seduce

Welcome to Soundtrack Saturday! This week, I’m going to spotlight the book Dare to Seduce by Carly Phillips. You can find my review for Dare to Seduce here.

Note: If you’re not mature reader (let’s go with 17+), then this post probably isn’t for you. Dare to Seduce is an adult contemporary romance and my song choices are mature.

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Soundtrack Saturday is a weekly meme hosted by Erin @ The Hardcover Lover. It’s a way to relate songs to books.

Here are the guidelines:

  • You can use The Hardcover Lover’s image or make one of your own
  • Please link The Hardcover Lover somewhere in your post
  • Create a soundtrack or mini-soundtrack for your chosen book
  • Add your name to the link-up tool so others can find and read your post
  • Leave a comment on The Hardcover Lover’s blog post


Umm…I feel a little scandalous picking this book and the music to go with it because it’s definitely more of an erotic romance. I couldn’t help it, though. Picking the songs was just too funny.

A song that you think goes well with the beginning of your chosen book:

“I’m just a bachelor…looking for a partner…” Yeah, the beginning of this book is basically the main characters hooking up.

A song you think fits a character in your chosen book:

Max might as well have sang George Michael’s I Want Your Sex to Lucy the minute he reconnected with her.

I couldn’t resist picking another song for Max: Color Me Badd’s I Wanna Sex You Up was just too good of a song choice to pass up!

A song that represents a relationship in your chosen book:

Lucy and Max…

A song that fits the ending of the book:

Love Me Like You Do is a good song to describe Lucy and Max’s love for each other.

And that’s a wrap.


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