Truth or Dare on a #ScintillatingSunday


Welcome to the Scintillating Sunday blog hop. Today I’m sharing an excerpt from by Romantic Comedy, Christmas Confusion. Have you ever been in the wrong place at the right time? Max from my Romantic Comedy has. He stumbles upon the girl he’s crushing on playing truth or dare and instead of turning away, he stays and listens. What he hears changes his life forever.


“You two are so drunk right now.” Bailey stared from Krista to Greg, then back to Krista. “I can’t believe you two kissed and for that long.”

“Yeah, yeah,” Greg said. “It was good, we did it, and now whose turn is it?”

“Mine,” Krista raised her hand as if she was a school girl raising her hand for the teacher. “This is for Bailey.” Bailey groaned. “Bailey, describe in detail how you feel about Max.” Max leaned closer to the window, this he had to hear.

“You didn’t even ask me truth or dare,” Bailey complained.

“Just answer the question. Greg and I just kissed, so there’s no reason why you can’t answer a simple question truthfully.”

Bailey appeared to be thinking the request over. She took a deep breath before speaking. “Okay, just promise me no one will get offended by my answer. It’s not like I’m going to act on my feelings for Max or anything and just for the record, we can’t help how we feel about someone. Okay?”

“Okay,” Greg and Krista repeated.

“Well,” Bailey began, seeming unsure of herself. Max wished he had Jedi mind powers to make her hurry up and talk. He needed to know how she felt about him. “Well,” she said again, and once again, she paused.

“Oh, hurry up.” Krista voiced what Max was thinking.

“All right, all right. I… I love him. I don’t know how, it has happened so fast. We’ve never done anything other than talk, and we hardly do that, but I love him and I’m sorry.”

Max felt like his heart had dropped to the floor. He could see Krista and Greg both hugging Bailey, happy with her declaration, but he couldn’t hear a word they were saying. He felt like his world was moving in slow motion. Bailey loved him. Bailey Cooper, his next door neighbor, was in love with him. The brown haired, green eyed bombshell he fantasized about loved him.


~Bailey Cooper has fallen in love – sadly the man she’s in love with already has a man. Sounds complicated doesn’t it? ~

Bailey Cooper is very much attracted to her neighbor Max Davis. Unfortunately for Bailey, Greg – Max’s lover is slowly becoming one of Bailey’s best friends. Bailey’s emotions are torn. She adores Greg’s friendship while at the same time she craves Max’s touch.

What is a girl to do when she ‘thinks’ the man she’s in love with is in love with someone else?

Max Davis and his baby brother Greg Davis are co-owners of the apartment building they live in. Max has fallen for his tenant, Bailey, but she avoids and ignores all of his advances. It doesn’t take long for him to become suspicious of the friendship blooming between Greg and Bailey. He believes Bailey has a crush on his brother but Max wants his shy little neighbor all to himself. Now he has to think of ways to keep Bailey and Greg apart, which is ridiculous because Greg isn’t even in to women. Time to break that news to his neighbor and hope it causes her attention to swing his way.

Will a holiday weekend full of chaos, confusion and a little bit of charm finally get Bailey and Max on the right track? Or will a few innocent caresses lead to more Christmas confusion?


Christmas Confusion is available on Amazon and is FREE with Kindle Unlimited.

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