All The Right Moves Kindle Edition
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- File size : 4690 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 236 pages
- Publication date : October 11, 2018
- ASIN : B07JVTXP54
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1796436984
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #129,943 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Preston has been calledthe worst boyfriend even by his girlfriend. A guy who bends over backwards to do the things she likes. No more sitting around feeling sorry for himself, he develops a plan to see if he can has all the right moves to win over a woman. Who better to test the theory than his BFF, Tenley.
There are some hit and misses along the way which make you laugh. Also some sweet things that make you swoon.
Will these two friends be able to test the waters and see if Preston has all the right moves? Or will it backfire on them?
This is a great book that I HIGHLY RECOMMEND! The author knocked it out of the park with this one!
When his snotty, shallow girlfriend dumps him with a list of thirty reasons why he’s the worst boyfriend, Preston Griffin, 25, embarks on a plan to redeem himself. And the person he turns to is his neighbor and best friend since they were seven, Tenley Ray.
Told via their dual first person POV, this is a friends to lovers romance. It’s super sweet and the sexy times are steamy and yet still done meaningfully. It definitely came across that they were making love, not just hooking up. The pair made a cute couple.
“A couple who shared a washer together stayed together.”
Preston most certainly didn’t have the wrong moves nor was he a bad boyfriend at all. He was a really caring and attentive guy and very supportive. A total sweetie. He just needed to reexamine what or more specifically who he wanted.
Tenley has a few insecurities and she’s had a crush on Preston for a long time. I do wish that had been more balanced, though there are certainly hints that Preston had latent feeling for her that he didn’t recognize till now. When he struggles with jealousy and insecurities himself, well it was a nice dose of karma.
“‘I don’t want to mess this up.’
‘You’re not going to .’
‘How do you know?’
“Because it’s me and you. And you haven’ messed it up in the eighteen years I’ve known you. You’ve been there for me, and I’ve been there for you. So right now, we’re going to be there for each other. Together. And it’s going to be amazing.’”
All in all, I enjoyed the story as a romantic and feel-good read. There are just two cringe-worthy lines that could have been edited out to make the story better. First, Tenley mentions that they share an apartment wall and she used to hear Preston with his ex. Even though the ex was a faker, that’s a sound and image that neither the heroine in a romance or the reader needs. Secondly, Preston’s thoughts on marriage include asking the father for permission. That’s an archaic custom that implies another man has control over a grown woman’s life. I was disappointed that a modern guy like Preston still bought into that sexist practice.
This is mainly a low angst romance aside from some predictable drama at the climax. Loved the well done epilogue. Epilogues set further in the future like that are always a treat in romancelandia.
Tenley has been best friends with Preston since they were seven years old. When he asks her to help she really wants to refuse as she doesn’t want to muddy their relationship, but she has never been able to deny him anything.
It is only a matter of time before practicing to become a fake boyfriend has him turning into a real one, but their journey to get there is full of humor, heat and love. This is my first story by this author, but I would definitely read her future books.
Top reviews from other countries
Preston is dumped by his girlfriend for basically everything, the guy can't do anything right according to her.
Now Preston's a stats man and he compiles a list of things women want from a man and he decides to work on it.
He gets Tenley, his best friend, to give his findings a trial run and see if it's really right and if he can be a man that a woman wants. It just so happens that Tenley has feelings for Preston but she's kept them well hidden.
Can this be the start of something great between them or will it be the death knell for their friendship?