Goal: Find a boyfriend, get married, buy a house in the suburbs with a white picket fence, and pop out 2.5 kids.
Deadline: Sixty days.
That’s possible, right?
I’m kidding. Well, kind of. I mean, I’m not going to attempt a shotgun wedding or try to get knocked up by some guy I met on the internet, but there is no doubt that, this year, home for the holidays takes on a whole new, terrifying meaning.
I have to travel from New York City—my home and safe haven for the last fifteen years—to my tiny hometown in Vermont for Christmas, my baby sister’s wedding, and my high school reunion.
Talk about a trifecta of single-doom.
Throw in Callie Camden--aka my high school class’s version of Regina George—and it’s a recipe for certified disaster.
Especially since my mouth ran away from me when she asked me if I’d be bringing someone to our reunion, and I told her to put me down for two.
Gah. Now I can’t go alone.
But the online dating world is a cesspool of bad manners, speedy hookups, and outright weirdos.
Handsome, single, successful--that’s what I’m looking for.
And it just so happens that my best friend Luke London fits all of the criteria.
The only problem is best friends don’t kiss…
But maybe it doesn’t count if it’s pretend?
5 Heart Review by Ashley
THIS! This is how you write best-friends to lovers romance. This book was Max Monroe at their absolute best. Hilarious. Heartfelt. Heated. From the very first chapter Best Friends Don't Kiss had me laughing and crossing my fingers for Ava and Luke.
I loved the dynamic between these two long-time friends. The affection Ava and Luke had for one another was undeniable. Their banter was playful, sharp and witty but always with an undercurrent of care. They were each other's first line of defense and offense when needed. The others' biggest cheerleader and supporter. If only they could see what was so obvious to everyone around them...
Throw the 'Christmas Guy', a few bickering aunts, a catty high school nemesis and more than one sighting of alllllll the Billionaire's into the mix and it was a recipe for rom-com gold. Luke and Ava's slow-burn, friends to lovers romance made me smile and swoon in equal measure. Best Friends Don't Kiss was so dang good I never wanted it to end.
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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