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My Best Friend's Ex (The Binghamton Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Meghan Quinn is a relatively new author to me. I've seen her at lots of author events, Big Apple, Love N Colorado, Love N Vegas, etc... so she's an author I've been meaning to read. When I saw this book was only $1.20 on Amazon, I snapped this baby up! And while I enjoyed it (remember peeps, I don't consider a 3 a negative rating!!) I think my sense of humor doesn't really mesh well with Quinn's. It's a little bit too much for me, I'm more of the sarcasm and one-liners kind of humor than in your face almost slap sticky.
I really did enjoy this book, mostly the second half because it was hotter and angstier than the first half. I think lots of readers would love this book and the story, it's a good trope. I just wish we had seen more of the best friend, we only saw her at 48% and then a little bit near the end, we saw all of Emma's other friends more than the "best" friend.
Many of my trusted book friends have told me to read Dear Life, and I think I will try that. This book was a lot of fun and that light read many readers are searching for. And I'm also glad I read a new to me author and broke outside of my comfort zone.
Emma comes home to find an eviction notice and with only one semester left of nursing school, she has very little time or energy to find a place. After searching every lead she has, she is still out of luck. While out comiserating with friends, she runs into Tucker, a childhood friend. He had dropped of the face of the earth for the past year, but he happens to have a room she could use. The only problem is, he is her best friend's ex.
This story kept be burning through the pages to find out what would happen next. Meghan Quinn completely captivated me from the start and did not let go. I instantly became emotionally attached to these characters and I did not want this book to end. There was a slow burn as well as combustible chemistry between Tucker and Emma that made for an incredible read. I cannot wait to read more from Meghan Quinn. I am thrilled to learn this is a part of a series!
But, I'm glad I read this first, in a way. I enjoyed
Tucker was a tortured soul. You really felt a lot for him and all he'd believed was true. The pain he felt, the way he refused to move on. The way he felt he COULDN'T move on. And you really understood the why's. There was a heavy story for Tucker in there that really captured your heart.
Emma was the solution, the need that Tucker didn't know was what he needed. She was his savior of sorts. She saved him from his heart, from his mind.
This was a really great story and now I feel that I can go back and read the first book because I know that Tucker will be ok!
Lots of laugh out loud moments from the fantastic banter between all the characters, and teary one's too from both loving and heartbreaking scenes.
I enjoyed the emotional depth in this book and the realness, like this was your friends experience and you are right there with them cheering them on.
Well written and the story telling was captivating making this book hard to put down.
I only had one dislike and that would be a slight overuse of the 'F' word. It was predictable with its plot but the engaging story telling made up for that.
Give this a go if you're after a good giggle and a swoony romance.
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This book was absolutely phenomenal. My Best Friend's Ex is listed as #2 in the Binghamton Series, but I read it at as a standalone...Read more