Mini Review: Truth or Dare by Danielle Allen

Posted July 27, 2021 by Angie in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

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Mini Review: Truth or Dare by Danielle AllenTruth or Dare by Danielle Allen
Published by Self Published on August 27, 2020
Genres: Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Romance
Format: eBook (168 pages)
Source: Kindle Unlimited
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With all nine of my best friends reunited for a destination wedding, I was not surprised someone suggested we play Truth or Dare. The secret exposing truths and the harmlessly fun dares bonded our close-knit friend group in college and kept us close throughout the years. So, when Kingston Wright was dared to kiss me, I didn’t think anything of it. Harmless kisses were always a part of Truth or Dare.

But there was nothing harmless about that kiss.
I felt something between us that I shouldn’t have.

Truth or Dare can be risky when you’re twenty.
But when you’re thirty, it can be reckless.


Truth or Dare is the story of what happens when college best friends reunite at a destination wedding and their dorm room game becomes grown-up. Simone and Kingston have been friends for eleven years. Just friends. But when two of their other friends get married and their college crew reminisces by playing truth or dare on a yacht, their dare to kiss doesn’t look like just a dare. There’s something there that wasn’t there before. Too bad Simone is suppose to keep her hands off because Kingston is meant to be the bride’s sister’s date.

I really enjoyed Truth or Dare. It’s short and sexy! The relationship development between Simone and Kingston is believable as they go from just friends to raging lust to an actual couple. They’re good together. Not just in bed. They encourage each other to work toward their dreams and wouldn’t dare do something to hurt each other or their friend group. There is a big of drama involving the bride’s sister, and it’s a doozie! I actually really like that too, and would be interested in reading a book about her!

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