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TITLE: Dare you to hate me
AUTHOR: B. Celeste
GENRE: Romance
PUBLICATION: March 4th, 2021
When I asked my best friend to run away with me at sixteen, I knew he’d say no.⁣

He had football, an amazing family, and a happy home to go back to every day.⁣

So the night I snuck out of his bedroom window after hugging him goodbye, I’d accepted I’d probably never see him again.⁣

Then we both wind up at Lindon University four years later.⁣

I’m barely picking up the pieces of my life when the boy whose initials I used to doodle hearts around approaches me at work.⁣

Aiden Griffith. Lindon U’s star tight end.⁣

Still as attractive. Still as dedicated.⁣

With rumors of him being drafted to the NFL coming to fruition, I know it’s only a matter of time before we have to say goodbye again.⁣

But he can’t seem to let me go no matter what I say, and I don’t think I want him to.

Is a full length New Adult | Sports Romance book by B. Celeste. Spoken in 'Dual Perspectives.' Ivy and Aiden

I've just this second closed out of the last page with a heart that's full to bursting, words can't convey how much I loved this. The storyline pulled me in straight away, the characters made me love them without effort. A slow burn that hooked me with all the feels.

I adored our heroine, she had scars, she was perfectly imperfect but perfect in every way, she had flaws but god she was so strong. Her past was shady, but that just made her real. Her struggles were raw but she owned them.

Our hero had me melting and swooning like there was no tomorrow, he was perfection. A breath of fresh air. These two just made sense together. He was her pillar of strength even when she didn't need it, she was his strength to keep him fighting for what he wanted. Even as a young chid he always tried to protect Ivy and made sure she had somewhere to go when things were tough at home. To see that carry through as an adult was so good to see.

Admittedly this won't be for everyone, our heroine does suffer from self harm and it didn't fully go into the details as some might want it to, it was glossed over not making that the full focus of this book and I was ok with that. I understood what she went through, I didn't need to be pulled under that cloud. I appreciated the glimpse was saw of her evolving into her own.

This is by far one of my favourites by this author.

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