Review: One Little Dare by Whitney Barbetti

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions.

Whitney Barbetti is an author whose work totally clicks with me because she more than satisfies my angst addiction in the books I read. Her newest release, however, is a change of pace as she's giving readers a romantic comedy. Now, I'm not someone who only looks for books with heavier themes or feels to them. I love a well-written rom-com, and Barbetti offers up just that in One Little Dare. Tori is our female main character and she's someone who never resists a dare. She'll do whatever she's dared to, no matter the circumstances and without thought to any possible consequences. After all, what sort of consequence could come from hitting on a stranger in a bar? Nothing right? Well, what about when you end up marrying that very same stranger while in Vegas? Ummm... Daring not to fall in love with that stranger (whose name is Liam), though... Well, Tori never could say "no" to a dare, even one she gives herself.

This was a fun read, the kind that's perfect for the weekend--kicking back with a good book from a talented author and just letting the words on the page take them away. I enjoyed Tori and Liam's story, thanks in large part to the believable connection these two shared. I'm the sort of reader that likes being fully invested in the characters that I meet so that I can cheer them on as they sometimes fumble their way towards a happy ending. That was exactly what happened with these two main characters. Whitney Barbetti did a great job coming up with two people that were not just likable but also relatable. There was that delicious sort of banter going on that brought a smile to my face time and again, and by the end, I found myself more than happily satisfied by One Little Dare. Barbetti's rom-com receives a much deserved four stars.

Date Read: 31 July 2020

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