- File Size: 1788 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CM1PF91
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,252 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"I love Nicole Blanchard's books and FRIEND ZONE was no exception. Her characters, Liam and Charlie, were simply irresistible, both wanting more from the friendship but terrified of losing what they both shared." Reading is Our Satisfaction Blog
"A sweet and endearing friends to lovers with likable characters with adorable flaws. Trying to find themselves, plan for the future, and repair the past, they struggled with their feelings in an up and down rollercoaster. I enjoyed Charlie and Liam's fall, worried they wouldn't make it, and throughout the ending, I legit had tears!! A swoonworthy and fun read!" Book Haven Book Blog
"This is such a sweet and yet very sexy story. I was engrossed in it pretty quick. Besides being my favorite trope, the characters are smart, sexy, and have great banter." Kitty's Book Spot
"From the first page to the last this friends to lovers tale kept me thoroughly entertained. It gave me moments of charm and joy along with moments of tears that put me through the wringer alongside its strong-willed heroine and loyal and supportive hero. Told in alternating POVs I felt a kinship to this dynamic duo that had me rooting for them every step of the way as they balanced being friends and lovers." Words of Wisdom from the Scarf Princess
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Liam has always considered Charlie a friend, much to Charlie's dismay, as she has always had to hide her true feelings from him. This is now made even harder since they have decided to live together. Can Charlie keep her feelings under wraps or will she slip and let them show? Will Liam begin to realise that there is more to their relationship than just friendship? Can they take that next step and change the balance of their friendship?
I really loved this story Both Liam and Charlie were really strong characters, just making their way through life and trying to plan for their future. Charlie was really brave to put herself "out there" considering what she had been through. I loved the fact that once Liam realised his feelings for Charlie had altered, he was determined to proved to her that they were worth fighting for.
This book was more than I expected it to be. The way the author describes friendships and how they can develop into more, was simply beautiful. She shows, realistically, how people can move from having a close friendship to becoming lovers without losing what they originally had. I look forward to reading the next two books in this series.
Definitely a recommended read.
The lead characters in Friend Zone are both likable and the points of view are split between them. The supporting characters are interesting, but the story is thin and predictable. The ending is happy, but in some ways incomplete. All in all, just not a book I will keep on my e-reader.
Content 411: In addition to secular and religious expletives, there are 40+ “f” bombs and multiple descriptive sex scenes.
Throughout the years this remained the same. Charlie & Liam were best friends, and had each other's back.
When did their "friendship" change to something deeper for both?
Each had their own psychological baggage, but were able to overcome it because they couldn't imagine life without the other.
Tests, misunderstandings, and regrets were in their journey towards love and being together forever.
Top international reviews
Charlie and Liam are constantly telling us about how they feel and every part of Charlie's arc is explicitly told to us rather than being organically felt. The same is largely the case for Liam.
One of the worst parts for me personally is when it feels like the story stops to hamfistedly introduce characters who are obviously leads for the remaining series like some kind of post-credits scene in the middle of the book. Rather than giving us an opportunity to grow to love these characters in a supporting role in this story or generating some sort of intrigue so that I’d actually care about and be invested in reading more, we are essentially told (and not shown) what the dynamics are in the middle of Charlie and Liam's story without ever being given a reason to care.
Also, unfortunately, it doesn't really feel like Liam and Charlie’s relationship develops but this is a problem inherent in a relationship that predates a story. I'm sure this book has its fans but it turned out to be a real disappointing read for me. By the end, I truly did not care about their relationship or the characters as individuals - though one of the later chapters surrounding Liam and his father did almost work for me.