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Friends With Partial Benefits (Friends With... Benefits Series (Book 1)) Paperback – November 5, 2012
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I didn't like the book very much, but give it four stars for good character development, a storyline that flows, the title is applicable and over all is well edited.
At the end of the book, the author includes recipes for the homemade pancakes and the chocolate mousse ganache cake. Yummy! There's also a You Tube link for a short movie of the pool scene where Brian & Rob's mom are getting high and come up with the F.W.P.B. rules. The skinny dipping isn't shown. Finally, if you sign-up for the author's newsletter, he'll send you a free copy of the second book in this series. Since I didn't like the storyline here and the next book follows the same characters, I'll save it for another day. Perhaps reading reviews will help me decide if I should read it sooner rather than later. Enjoy!
I read this straight through and yes it was a little short, but not so short that if I didn't like it, I'd probably stop reading it. Absolutely not the case here. Like I said, I love it!
Author Luke Young has a great writing style and he really knows how to put naughty thoughts (or really juicy ones, depending on how you look at it) into us "older" women. That's definitely not a bad thing to have naughty thoughts, there just new fantasies to pull from.
If you can handle a MILF and her College Sons, BFF being friends with Partial Benefits and a ton of humor, then I recommend you get a handle on that one-clicking!
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It was a sweet, comical, romantic book with athleticism, craziness, uncertainty, shyness, wonder, experimentation and surprises.
What a nice blend. Like a good mixed drink, it went down smoothly...kinda like the characters.