Review: Seven Ways to Lose Your Heart by Tiffany Truitt

Title: Seven Ways to Lose Your Heart

Author: Tiffany Truitt

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Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [New-Adult]

Heat Rating: Warm

Page Count and Format: 240 pages, Ebook

Published: July 18th 2016 by Entangled: Embrace

Source: I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

My Rating: PicsArt_1444558587481

 Blurb (from Goodreads):

In the span of seven days, Annabel Lee will lose her heart.

Kennedy Harrison, as reckless with life as Annabel is obsessed with order, never could commit to anything—not to a person, not to a job, not to a path. But he’s got a history with Annabel, and for once Kennedy doesn’t want to run. Determined to spend time with her before she leaves for college, Kennedy dares her to join him on a road trip to a music festival.

And neither of them could ever say no to a dare.

But Annabel’s got a plan. She’ll complete seven dares in seven days—if Kennedy applies for one writing internship per dare. Because Kennedy needs to be pushed just as much as she does.

What follows is a dizzying week of music, shady hotels, comical dares, and a passion neither one knew existed. But when it ends, Annabel and Kennedy will realize the biggest dare of all might just be falling for each other.


USEEEEEEEEEThis book disappointed me a little as I high hopes for this one. The story was predictable but it could have taken a totally different turn but unfortunately it didn’t but I can’t totally say I didn’t enjoy it because it had its moments!

Annabel, the dare queen became a control freak after an accident changed her life. Kennedy was her partners in crime since they were kids but after the accident, he stopped being friends with her. But now, he realises his mistake and wants her back in his life. He knows he can get her back through the only way, by throwing a dare toward her but the new Annabel is quite different from the one he knew. Would he be able to get her back or is it already too late?

The plot had potential but it did let me down in some ways. Annabel and Kennedy were friends and partners in crime since their childhood but after a particular accident left Annabel scarred and killed her brother, she changed. She became more controlled. And Kennedy withdrew from her. It had been years since they have actually talked but Kennedy desperately wants her back in his life and he is ready to do anything for it. I liked the idea for the dare, Kennedy would take her on a road trip to a music festival and there for be 7 dares and for each dare he has to submit his writing. The dares were pretty funny sometimes and sometimes edgy but I enjoyed it nonetheless.

Annabel was a likable character. Although she became a control freak but she was fiercely protective of the ones she loved, especially her grandmother and I liked her relationship with her. I liked Kennedy, he understood his mistake and did everything under his power to redeem himself but the resolve was too quick and the ending kind of felt rushed. Also, another downfall was that I wasn’t invested in the characters that much, therefore I didn’t enjoy the romance much.

Overall, Seven Ways to Lose Your Heart was an okay read! The plot was different yet predictable and the characters failed to hold my interest. But there were some parts of the story that I really enjoyed. The writing was smooth and easy to read and the pace was even throughout the book.

Recommend it?

Maybe.


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So guys, are you interested in reading this book? If you have already, then what did you feel about it? Share your thoughts with me!

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7 thoughts on “Review: Seven Ways to Lose Your Heart by Tiffany Truitt

  1. So, I haven’t read it, but it seems odd to be a control freak and can’t say no to a dare. To me, the desire to be in control and control situations would conflict with possible outcomes of dares. Did you find those two characteristics conflicting with each other? Thanks for the post and the review.

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