Forfeit (Original Edit)

Forfeit (Original Edit)

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Caroline Batten By DaisyFitz Completed

Pay your stake. Roll the dice. Do the dare. 

Becoming a widow at twenty-five sucks - big style - so Daisy packs her hiking boots and heads back to the Lake District, to the security of best-friend Clara's cottage in Gosthwaite. It'll be just what Daisy needs - anonymity and a fresh start. What she's not expecting is to meet a veritable Knight-in-Shining-Polo-Boots. 

Xander's twenty-two and drowning in as much as misery as Daisy, but when he knocks her off her wedge heels, she topples into his world of It-girls, players and Michelin stars. 

At a party, embracing a night off from mourning, Daisy agrees to play 'Forfeit', the ultimate game of dares. Five friends each toss £100 onto the table and complete their dares. Round One was a fun way to pass an hour, Round Two isn't for the faint-hearted, but no one wants to stake £10,000 to play Round Three - not until they're persuaded by a vitriolic blackmailer. 

£50,000 is up for grabs, but the game's called 'Forfeit' for good reason. Blackmail, betrayal, revenge… Move over Gatsby, there's a new bunch of bored young things in town.

*** Caution **
Forfeit's rated at PG-13, but it does contain strong language and scenes of a sexual nature. Just sayin'. Cx ***

wieck81 wieck81 Aug 25
Well you'll have to live with it because it is correct in the UK where this book comes from
EpicAsh EpicAsh May 13
is she supposed to be a widow? 😂😂😂 she is having fun grieving!
wieck81 wieck81 Aug 25
Bahahahahaha!!! No she isn't, she's being forced to watch hairy bum cracks, oh I'm still giggling
LalaLovesHerBears LalaLovesHerBears Dec 03, 2015
I absolutely love it when my British 'slang' is used in books.
LalaLovesHerBears LalaLovesHerBears Dec 03, 2015
Pinkie dinkie do... Please tell me I am not the only one who thought that.
insatiablemoronity insatiablemoronity Aug 25, 2015
Can I just say THANK YOU for mentioning Cricket. This sport is not widely mentioned on Wattpad and hence, I am glad you mentioned it.