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“Smart and sexy NA contemporary—like the Goblin King if he starred in a modern day Cruel Intentions. I loved this story!” – USAT Bestselling Author, Virginia Nelson
When the Bane of My Existence™ asks me what I’m looking for in a man and offers to help me get him, I’m pretty sure I’ve died and gone to hell. But the idea of Barclay Scott in my clutches is too delicious to resist and just like every horror movie ever made, I get into the car with Prince Smarming and let him take me to a house party in the woods where all kinds of fun and games are to be had just off the path. Even silly kissing games like Truth or Dare, where the consequences of the truth are worse than any dare. Truth: I’ve realized it’s not Barclay Scott I want.
Cinder Girl has gotten under my skin, and I’m a Dane. I can’t have feelings. Can’t show weakness. The solution is to get her out of my head and set her up with my bastard brother. He’s exactly what she said she wanted. Only the weekend goes horribly wrong because I can’t stop playing the game, and the truth is, no matter what I want, she’s a vulnerability I can’t afford. Dare: Don’t fall in love.
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About the Author:
Sara Wylde is the crackfic! contemporary pen name for PNR/UF author Saranna DeWylde. She rather imagines that all the pen names live in the same dorm in her head and frequently have discussions that look and sound something like an episode of Herman’s Head.
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3.5 STAR Review by Jodi for Ruby Red Romance Review
I want to start by saying I really enjoyed this book. I liked to idea behind the book. I liked the characters, I even enjoyed reading this book. But there were parts that fell short for me. I’m not going into major details, because maybe it is just me that found this book lacking in some parts. What I will say is that the story held my attention and kept me reading.
I liked Huntington for the most part. I don’t like how he came off in the beginning. It wasn’t until a quarter of the way through this book that I figured out he really liked Asher. But his games were childish at best. Name calling and general acting like a child is what really put me off. I can’t say that Asher helped the situation all that much. I’m all for a good enemies to lovers story, but this one just seemed to miss the mark. I felt for Asher. She had been through enough that she didn’t need the games.
I have to admit, my biggest turn off of this whole book was the trademarked phrase. I don’t care that the phrase was used multiple times, but every time it was it had the TM next to it. That alone put me off this book. I know it sound silly, but it just ruined the whole story. In fact it got to the point that I rolled my eyes every time I saw it coming. I hate that. I probably would have enjoyed this book a lot more if not for that. Don’t let my opinion keep you from reading this book. It was a good story idea. Just needed a little work.