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experience, but with him it was. One look into his mischievous hazel eyes and
our lips were colliding without a second thought.
become friends. Good friends. The kind of friends that kiss and cuddle
together, all night long. The kind of friends that fantasize about being
horizontal or vertical…and very much naked.
Nick’s different. When he’s not being a professional flirt, he’s undeniably
sweet and funny. For every excuse my mind comes up with to keep my distance, my
body finds two reasons to give him a chance.
in the friend zone?
This was such a fun and great book!! Nick and Carter were two amazing characters. This book had the perfect amount of wit and seriousness, it makes such a great romcom!
From the very beginning I adored Carter! She was ready for a change and man did she make that change in such a statement way! And Nick, he was ready to follow her wherever she lead him. He is such a great guy and was so good to her!
From the beginning these two both of have so much going on in their past that make them reluctant of their future, but Nick didn’t care. He knew they would overcome just about everything. In the same sense they both had different ideas of their future, but from the beginning they wanted their future to be together. IT WAS SO ADORABLE!!! The trip they took to New York, that was so darn cute! The way these two interested was so effortless and perfect; That trip was a great way to set off who they were as a couple. Moving forward, they seemed to have a few bumps with this along the way, but for the most part they were so good at not holding back.
Although these two both made some mistakes, they were the ideal couple. They had the best friends, Carter’s family was amazing, and the whole group as a whole just had a great relationship. There were so many special parts in this book, but of course we can’t give too much away with those. Even though they had their mistakes, family drama, and hold ups, this book had such a great ending! From the beginning to end, there wasn’t a single moment I didn’t love.