Who knew three words held such destructive power? No, not THOSE three words. I'm talking about the evil word trio that's my own personal kryptonite, that stole my best friend, and took away the only woman I've ever loved:
I dare you.
I was six when Darcy Patrick moved next door.
By the time we were eight, we were best friends.
At fifteen, I gave a classmate a black eye for calling her names.
At sixteen, she talked me through asking my crush to prom.
I helped her get over her first heartbreak at nineteen.
Two years later, she returned the favor.
It wasn’t until I was twenty-nine I realized I loved her.
And because I was too stupid to do anything about it,
at thirty, I lost her for good on a dare.
Darcy Patrick is tried of watching her best friend, Elliott Taber, date the wrong kind of woman. When his latest flavor of the month walks out on him, she dares him to let her find his next date.
Elliott agrees, but only after Darcy agrees to allow him to do the same.
The dare is on.
The dates take place on the same night. One is an epic fail. The other is just plain epic.
Elliott isn’t prepared for the onslaught of emotions hitting him as Darcy seemingly finds everything she ever wanted with the man he set her up with. He should be happy for her. He should leave her alone. But he can’t.
So he makes one more dare…
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Great Quick Read!
Cute friends to lovers story. Quick read, throughly enjoyed this book. Will read more from this series.
The date dare
By Tara sue me
Cute story! Couple of times I just wanted to smack Elliot upside the head for being dense! Totally worth reading!
The Date Dare
As always when Tara Sue Me has a new release I can’t dive into the book soon enough. You know you won’t be disappointed...until you see the words The End!
“... looking at me as if I’ve ripped his heart out of his chest and stomped on it while he watches. I’ve never seen that look before and I hope to never see it again.“
I love the concept of the best friends being the opposite sex. I think in younger generations this concept is more common. I love getting the perspective from the other sex.
“Don’t look for a partner who is eye candy. Look for a partner who is soul food.”
What happens when you know someone so well yet you miss what is right in front of you? You may think you know their deepest thoughts, secrets, desires, quirks, fears, joys until you are faced with a scenario that knocks you off your feet. Do you stand by and support them? Do you reveal your innermost thoughts and risk losing your lifelong friend? Do you interfere?
“Some of us think holding on makes us strong; but sometimes it is letting go.”