Years of friendship. A lifetime of secrets. A lust filled dilemma.
My best friend is a player.
And I have a secret.
All my life I’ve kept my friends close, and my darkest secret closer…
But one movie night, everything changes.
He reads my secret diary.
The diary where I confess I want to be his plaything.
And then my phone buzzes. My BFF’s sent me a picture of _his_ secret…
It’s bigger than I could have ever imagined.
Now he looks hotter than ever,
And I want him even more.
We agree to be “friends with benefits.”
I know how this works.
I can’t fall in love.
And just when everything seems to fall into place, he discovers that I lost my innocence to his elder brother!
My secrets were supposed to bring us closer.
But this one is tearing us apart.
70,000+ words in this full length steamy friends-to-lovers romance.Bonus content included after the main story, including two brand new before published full-length romances. Grab your copy today.
Well another hot read from Amy Brent.
In this book Allie and Steven have been best friends forever. Classic tale of girl wants best friend to look at her the way he does every stranger. When Steven comes across her diary he realizes the sexual fantasies that he has dreamt about, she has them too. When he decides to find out if they are true or not, he is surprised by how amazing it is. That is till a dark secret surfaces and he doesn’t know if he can forgive her.
The book started out wonderful and let me tell you it is a dirty book. 😉 Who doesn’t like to read a good hot dirty book? Me, Me, Me!! Well then I got mad at Steven and him kind of being a complete dick. No spoilers. Then towards the end I felt as if the book fell a little flat. Don’t get me wrong it is a good read. Especially if you are in the mood for something hot. But I have to say that this is not my favorite by Amy. But hey don’t take my word for it try it yourself. You may love, where I only like it.
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