Mabel “Maybe” Willis died a virgin at the very young age of twenty-four.
She leaves behind her parents, Betty and Bruce, her brother, Evan, a laptop filled with one too many Jason Momoa memes, and a Kindle library with more books than one human being could ever finish in a lifetime.
Cause of death: a text message.
Okay. So, I didn’t die.
But I may as well have.
One minute, I’m a woman trying to find her way in the world, and the next, I’m the sender of six of the most embarrassing text messages that have ever been sent in the history of time—or the cell phone. Whatever.
We’re talking code red, send a flipping mayday, the apocalypse is coming kind of texts.
And I didn’t just send them to some random person I’ll never see again.
No. That would be too easy.
I sent them to Milo Ives.
The man who played a starring role in all of my teenage fantasies—and my brother’s lifelong best friend.
And, boy oh boy, has he grown up.
He’s hard-bodied, blue-eyed, jawline-of-stone handsome, crazy successful, and has more money in his bank account than my brain can fathom.
Deflower me, please? I said.
Yeah. Send help.
4 Heart Review by Ashley
My stomach hurts from laughing so hard. From the first page I knew I was in for a real treat and I wasn't let down at all. This is the rom-com that I've come to love and expect from Max Monroe. It was hilarious, sexy, witty, swoony and full of heart.
Goodness me was Maybe adorable. And sweetly naïve. That naivety lead to more than one laugh out loud moment. She was a young woman with big dreams, she just didn't know how to make them happen. She needed a foot in the door and when that opportunity presented itself in the form of her childhood crush, things really took off. Oh my Milo. Handsome, successful and completely unaware of the effect he had on Maybe. But he was more than aware of how she made him feel.
Max Monroe delivered a one-two knockout of humor and heart. Milo and Maybe were the perfect balance of innocence and experience that only fueled their attraction and affection. 'Holy friend potatoes' I can't remember the last time I laughed so hard reading a book. With a touch of the forbidden, a few Thatch appearances, a major misunderstanding, dad jokes galore, in your face best friends, and a trip to St. Luke's, My Brother's Billionaire Best Friend an absolute delight to read.
About the Author
Max Monroe is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of more than ten contemporary romance titles. Favorite writing partners and long time friends, Max and Monroe strive to live and write all the fun, sexy swoon so often missing from their Facebook newsfeed. Sarcastic by nature, their two writing souls feel like they’ve found their other half. This is their most favorite adventure thus far.
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