- File Size: 1968 KB
- Print Length: 69 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Crystal Swan Publications; 1 edition (January 2, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 2, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009MQ41Q2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #289,256 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More Than Friends (Romantic Comedy, Friends-to-Lovers) Kindle Edition
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MORE THAN FRIENDS was very well-written (thankfully) so that I could focus more on the story. (Technical errors were well within the "we're all human range", although one was particularly jarring.) Despite its short length, there's enough development and depth to the story and the main characters so that the reader can understand (if not necessarily agree with) their motivations, reactions, and behaviour. The sex scenes weren't overly explicit--perhaps a notch or two above current category romances.
Although neither Lily nor Justin knew it, the instant attraction was mutual when they first met. But because Lily was already in a relationship and Justin had just started to date Lily's BFF, both tried (rather unsuccessfully) to ignore/suppress it. Now free of their significant others, Justin is hopeful about his chances with Lily but he's got some tough hurdles to overcome.
TBT, I actually liked Justin a lot more than Lily. He has been trying to do all the right things, patiently waiting in the wings. As for Lily, I understood her dilemma. Although I haven't experienced it personally, I've certainly witnessed similar situations over the years. But! But.... her determination to remain loyal seemed entirely misplaced after certain facts were revealed. Then she seemed more like a doormat, almost assuming the role of a martyr. (Her insecurities, on the other hand, were easier to understand.) Thankfully, she gets her priorities in order by the end. ^_^
Even though I personally had issues with Lily's part of the story, it wasn't too far-fetched. I also couldn't help but wonder why both of them stayed in their respective relationships once they realized that they had feelings for another person. But that's just me and despite all that, I still enjoyed MORE THAN FRIENDS enough to consider trying another book by Ms. DeVere (but maybe a longer length for the next time).
by Monique DeVere
Justin fell for Lily the moment that he met her. But she was dating someone and he had just started dating her best friend. But now they are both available and he wants nothing more than to be with her. But she has some crazy loyalty pact with her friend about not dating one anothers ex's.
Lily can not believe that she took a cab to Justin's after a night of drinking and finding out that he broke up with her best friend. She said that she went over to give him a bop on the nose and give him a piece of her mind for not being the good guy that she thought he was. But she deep down that is because she has felt something for him since she first met him. But she never meant for things to go as far as they did between them that night and now she has to find a way to tell her friend that she has broken their pact and slept with Justin and she thinks he might be the one for her.
Review: I enjoyed the story of Justin and Lily. It was a nice, easy read without being boring. The dilemma that Lily is facing is one that any young lady could find herself in. So it was easy to identify with her story. So I can recommend this book to you all as a great, easy read that I know you will enjoy.
5 of 5 stars
My advice? Don't pay more than $0.99 for this book.
Happy reading my fellow bookworms.
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