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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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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.
Loved Lily and Calder.
Loved their new game.
“You are—you are the one thing keeping me together.”
In Truth or Dare, the game is actually invented by Lily. Calder is struggling with the loss of his family estate. The stress of losing his fortune and the news hitting the media is threatening to crush him. Lily needs to find a way to distract him from his crumbling world. And what better way than a game that promises to ignite fires in both of them?
“I want you to get yourself off, right now.”
What a way to get the game started, Calder! But Lily has some tricks up her sleeve, as well.
“And I question the judgment of anyone who thinks it’s a good idea to send her panties through the mail.” … “Do you know what I was doing when I wore those panties?... I was completing a certain dare you’d given me.”
Oh, Calder, you’ve got your work cut out for you! Especially with your self-imposed “no sex” rule.
But if anyone is up for the challenge, it’s Calder, even in his deteriorating mental state.
Will this new game bring them closer together, or will the secrets they’re still holding back destroy their relationship before they can officially start it?
I couldn’t get enough of Lily and Calder from the first page of His Wicked Games, and the same held true for Truth or Dare. I finished the book in one day (because I couldn’t put it down) and instantly bought the follow-up novella, Sweet Victory, so I could get the conclusion of their story. And I read it in its entirety before I finally let myself succumb to sleep. I loved this series, and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes heat, humor, cunningness, and drama.
I was very impressed with this book and the tension keeps you reading. Calder becomes more of a person rather than a type cast billionaire, by the end you feel for him and long to see his life return to what is was. But if you are looking for a final answer as to what exactly happened to the Cunningham fortune you will be sadly disappointed.
Other than that I love this book and I would reread the series again. Looking forward to reading the short novella that concludes this series. I would recommend this book to readers that want a real story to go along with all the sex scenes in romance books. Ember Casey can write and she also knows when to edit, where things belong and when a good fade out will do much better than just another sex scene. There is a purpose to every scene in her books nothing is done for shock value or just because it was too hot to edit out.
Wonderfully written and well worth the purchase.