Friday, March 25, 2016


Title: Triple Dare
Series: Sterling Shore #7
Author: C.M. Owens
Rating: 

RUBY KROSS 

Who is Corbin Sterling to me? That's what people always want to know. He was my first friend. He was the love of my life. And he was my only heartbreak. The problem is that I love the big jerk, and I've refused to give up our friendship, even if it does mean it'll eventually ruin me. So, to answer the question... Corbin Fucking Sterling is the Bane of my existence; that's what he is. 

CORBIN STERLING 

People tell you to learn from your mistakes, but the problem isn't learning from them; it's undoing them. I wish I could go back and undo a lot of shit. Maybe then I wouldn't feel tortured every time Ruby calls me her "best friend." 
This might be the last chance I have to make everything right, but she's sure as hell not going to make it easy. The games we play will either finally stop, or turn into what I've always wanted. This time I won't fuck it up. Hopefully. 


     

Ruby and Corbin Fucking Sterling have been friends for pretty much their whole lives. They both love each other very much, but each time they've tried to take the next step something happens. 
But when Ruby moves back to town Corbin will stop at nothing to make her his, however there may be more going on than either of them thought. And each of them is going to have to figure out what they really want before it's too late. 

I really liked this book. I thought some of the triple dare's were really funny. However, I also thought there was a lot of pain for each character that was somewhat unnecessary. And I also really hated the hero at times. I felt he was kind of a selfish man who wanted what he wanted only when he wanted it. 

Other than that I liked the book, and I enjoyed seeing some of the other characters in it as well. It was entertaining and enjoyable. 
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