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- Print Length: 268 pages
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (November 10, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 10, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01786S4QK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,418 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It started at a college party and in a series of time jumps the story progresses into a misconnected relationship. Feisty redhead meets fraternity party boy in a real opposites attract love affair that will leave you breathless. Alex and Drew's story had me laughing at times and crying at others as though I were living inside the novel.
I would highly recommend this novel to anyone seeking a Notebook worthy feel good romance.
Alex and Drew meet in college and despite a rocky start (she pours a beer over his head at a party) they become friends. Best friends. For Drew, Alex (he calls her Red) is the first woman he's ever really developed a relationship with. For Alex, Drew fills a void - he's friend and family rolled into one. Over the years, both have feelings that go well beyond friendship, but neither is willing to chance losing the special relationship they have.
I adored Alex and Drew. They never felt like cookie cutter characters and I was connected to them both. Their relationship, their closeness, their banter... we should all be so lucky to have a friendship like that. Drew may have been something of a manwhore in college, but he sure had a softer side with Alex. This guy was so selfless when it came to Alex and that made him a superstar in my book. Usually I'm antsy for my people to just get together already. I mean, there's slow burn and then there's just frustrating. But not so here. I loved their relationship so much that I was (mostly) okay with just their friendship... and a little flirting. And just when I was all "Gah! Enough already!"... there it was. But don't go thinking it was over there. Oh no, there was much more to come. And I ate it up like it was ice cream (mint chocolate chip, thank you very much).
The secondary characters were also top notch. Some I loved and a couple I wanted to throat punch. But all of them felt utterly realistic and I totally wanted to hang out with Alex and Drew's group of friends. There were even a couple moments with Drew's family that got me teary-eyed. Well played, Samatha. You hit me right in the feels.Read more ›
Red, as Drew calls Alexandra, is an interior designer and lives alone in Madison Square. Her apartment overlooks a beautiful park with an apartment building across the way. Who lives in that apartment? Obviously, the graphic designer Drew. But that’s not how they met.
Their roommates, Sean and Kari were dating and Drew and Red were desperate to avoid their constant sexcapades! Initially, Drew is attracted to Red but she shuts him down which naturally only makes him want to try harder. That is until he finds out that her parents recently died and she has no other family to speak of. He takes her under his wing, and introduces her to his family. They accept her as one of their own and Red finally feels a part of something.
Terrified of ruining her new family, she hides her feelings for Drew and insists that they are not as important as her friend feelings for him. She needs him in her life so she isn’t alone again.
Drew understands that Red needs a family and he loves her enough to keep his feelings at bay. If he were to screw up their lover relationship then there is no chance they could stay friends.Read more ›
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This was such a good read. Once I started it I had a hard time putting it down. Will definitely recommend and will be added to my rereads.Published 3 months ago by G. Lynn
Somewhere In Between by Samantha Harris is a book about friendship that stands the test of time turning into something more, but neither person willing to admit their feelings. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TT2515
I love a good friends to lovers story and Harris did not disappoint. A definite must read.Published 5 months ago by K. A. Ryan
I won a copy on this in a giveaway, and I am so glad I did, a Wonderful friends to lovers romance. I love how Drew always put Red first and appreciated the friendship. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elaine L.
I can't believe this is her first book. The book flowed so good and I loved the characters. Can't wait for more in this series.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer