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Book Review | The Dating Dare by Jayci Lee

Date Read | July 2021

Goodreads Rating | 4.5

Overall | This was a good solid rom com with fun, flirty characters

Pros | Super cute couple with witty back and forth banter and flirting – lots of genuine chemistry and sparks between the two. It’s a short term fling turned into a deep meaningful relationship. It’s a Korean couple – own voices romance which are my favorite!

Cons | Included the cliche damsel in distress scene where she gets blackout drunks, barfs on herself and then is saved by the guy

Warnings | None

POV | Third Person POV Past Tense

Will I Be Continuing With The Series | This isn’t a series but I FOR SURE read every single book that Jayci Lee writes – she’s one of my favorite romance authors!

Description | No serious relationships. This is the one rule Tara Park made for herself and it has been working swimmingly, thank you very much. The occasional fling is fine, especially since she’s busy with Weldon Brewery. But when Seth Kim, temptation personified and her best friend’s new brother-in-law walks into her life, Tara might be willing to bend her golden rule…but only for four dates—the four dates she agreed to after a few good rounds of beer and a game of truth or dare. It’ll be fun. No biggie.

Seth Kim can’t believe Tara agreed to his dating dare. He’s leaving for a new job in Paris in a month and a no-strings attached fling seemed like a nice little distraction for both… But their secret dates, while sweet and sexy, always hit roadblocks straight out of a romantic comedy. Thankfully, their non-dates and chance meetings are smoother, frequent, and heated. However, the more Seth sees of Tara, the less willing he is to let her go—and what was supposed to be a fun little game turns into something that neither of them are ready for.

But sometimes, the best things in life are the ones we never see coming.

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