✪ Truth Or Dare ✪
Lea Baker fell in love with Colby Davis four years ago. The problem? He sees her as one of the guys.
After the party from hell, both of them will be forced to face their true feelings for one another. Once the truth comes out, everything changes.
Truth or Dare by Sloan Johnson
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
Lea Baker has been in love with her best friend Colby all through high school, and into her college years. They are best friends and roommates, but Lea is at a point where she realizes she can't keep loving him and accepting his friendship as a substitute for what she early wants. Lea has no idea that Colby has been in love with her too, and the only reason he hasn't revealed his feelings to her is because he knows that her future is to finish college, and his is to move to Nashville to pursue a career in music. He wants her to be in a relationship that she deserves, and he doesn't feel that he is that person. Additionally, he doesn't want to hurt her even more when he moves away.
This book was short and sweet. I thing the alternating perspectives helped the reader understand both characters and where they were coming from. It was hard to see them both suffering and feeling like they couldn't be open with one another about the depth of their feelings. Unfortunately it took a rough night and some unfortunate circumstances to bring them to a point where they stopped hiding from one another. The ending of the book felt real, and hopeful. I enjoyed this story and would recommend it to anyone looking for a quick friends to lovers read.
*An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review
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Now, Sloan is a tattooed, purple haired mom of two kids, one of which was a thank you present to her husband for letting her get a Staffordshire Terrier with more anxiety issues than Sloan has, which is saying something. She’s been kicked out of the PTA in two school districts and is no longer asked to help with fundraisers because she’s been known to lose herself in a good book and forget that she has somewhere to be.