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Truth or Dare (His Wicked Games #2) Paperback – December 26, 2013
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Ember Casey is a twenty-something writer who lives in Atlanta, Georgia in a den of iniquity (or so she likes to tell people). When she's not writing steamy romances, you can find her whipping up baked goods (usually of the chocolate variety), traveling (her bucket list is infinite), or generally causing trouble (because somebody has to do it). Want to be notified by email whenever Ember has a new release? Sign up for her newsletter at http://embercasey.blogspot.com/p/newsletter.html
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Its an explosive relationship from the get go (in "His Wicked Games" the 1st book...which if you haven't read it first go find it before you read this so you see where it all began! WELL WORTH IT!!) and I kept hoping for the best for them both! In this day and age so many are loosing there life/property/personal belongings and showing how these two get through it all with the ups and downs (and at times a fun game of Truth or Dare!) was a great read!
I love how Ember Casey writes about RL and I'll be looking for more books from this author for sure!!! Great Job EC keep up the good work!!! :)
After reading the phenomenal His Wicked Games, I knew I needed to read the sequel, Truth Or Dare. I had to know what was next for Lily and Calder, whether they could move forward from what they discovered in the first book. Lucky for me, Ember Casey is one of the sweetest authors ever and she allowed me the opportunity to read it. And oh my goodness... it was awesome.
So, remember when I said that the first book had a lot more depth beyond the romance? In this book, it continues in an even more brilliant way. Lily's suggestion of playing Truth or Dare brings about a lot more intimacy beyond the physical. As they reveal truths about themselves and dare each other, they share these moments together that draw them closer as a couple. The further the game progresses, the more they realize that there is more to the relationship than their romantic liaison.
Of course, not everything is perfect, especially since Calder seems intent on hiding something from Lily. She's hoping that their game will lead her to an answer, lead them to the place they need to be. When the truth comes out, in more ways than one, it is a test of the strength of their relationship. Whether or not their feelings were deeper than either of them let on. Will they be able to make it through this challenge and remember everything that they mean to each other?
Truth Or Dare is one of the best sequels I've read. The romantic buildup and the passion between Lily and Calder? Astonishing. Ember Casey has created a couple to root for, not to mention one that you want to be in yourself. I am definitely going to be jumping at any chance to read everything she writes in the future.
My Rating: Exceptional
So why only 4 stars?
I started getting a little put off by Lily's unwillingness to have difficult, but necessary conversations. With Calder, most definitely. With her father, absolutely. But with herself mostly.
Her relationship with Calder began bordering on codependence. I started to sigh heavily each time Calder did the "Push-Pull" dance. I felt Lily should have been more aware of this dance given her relationship with Garrett. And she should have refused to be his dance partner.
Overall, though, I really like Ms. Casey's writing style. She's got really good pacing, tight action, pithy dialogue and well-developed characters. I will check out her other books.