Jason King is the worst. Cocky. Frat boy. And the biggest bully around.
His family is richer than God and he thinks that makes him the king of Hannsett Island.
But he’s not the only player on the board…We’ve got our Knight-in-shining-leather, Donovan. My best friend and a loner with a heart of gold.
And then there’s me…the Queen, obviously. Checkmate.
Except the chemistry between the three of us changes the rules in a BIG way. Your move, Jason…Truth or dare?
Author’s note: This is a steamy bisexual romance with the following ingredients: (1) virgin curvy heroine, (1) queer brooding punk, (1) rich bully with a big…heart. And a healthy heaping of sexual tension between all three of them. This is part one of a two-part duet and ends with a cliffhanger.
What readers are saying…
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I enjoyed this engaging fast-paced story that is a little opposites attract, enemies to lovers, and coming of age all in one.”
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I honestly think this is one of my favorite MMF relationships I’ve read. Donovan, Jason, and Kenzi operate together on a whole other wavelength. These three are cosmic. I adore them.”
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “This is the perfect teenage summer fling! If you like angtsy teens trying to figure out themselves and where they fit in (relatable, right? ) then you’ll like this story!”
Pinterest Board: I use Pinterest Boards constantly while writing. Usually, I’ll split my screen between one of my inspiration boards and my writing document. It helps me to get into the mood of the story. I have an aesthetic inspiration board for The Truth or Dare series, as well as sub-boards for each character (Donovan, Kenzi, and Jason).
Music: Wow, what would I do without music to write to! The songs below were my “writing playlist” for this series. The music captures the feel of this series — nostalgia, romance, and blurred lines between friends and lovers.
Donovan’s Playlist: Music is so important to the characters in this story — particularly, Kenzi and Donovan. During the summer, Donovan and Kenzi spend a lot of time passing music back and forth and their mixed tapes grows their bond. I kept a playlist going of songs I think they might’ve shared with each other. It’s a lot of emo, punk, fun music (and a lot of stuff I listened to in my teens).