I picked this book up yesterday around noon and at 8pm I was wrapping it up. It wasn’t a terribly long read but I stopped to watch a baseball game and cook dinner…damned motherly duties.
Arizona Turner has been my best friend since fourth grade, even when we “hated” each other. We’ve been there for one another through first kisses, first “times,” and we’ve been each other’s constant when good relationships turned bad. (We even went to colleges that were minutes away from each other…)
Throughout the years, and despite what anyone says, we’ve never crossed the line.
Never thought about it.
Never wanted to.
Until one night changed everything.
At least, it should’ve …
We’re just friends.
I’m only saying this until I figure out if she’s still “just” my best friend…
Review: OMG this was such a good book, but I expected nothing less from the woman that brought us the Reasonable Doubt series. All of the characters where great and I found and insta-BBF in Carter. This book is written in dual POV’s and we all know that is an automatic plus for me.
Arizona was a great heroine. I loved her from the moment I read her exchange with Carter when they were in the 4th grade LOL. Yup friends forever. She wasn’t super whiny and she didn’t sit around and pine away for a man she had her ideas of what love should/shouldn’t be and she stuck with it, until she couldn’t anymore. Her banter with Carter’s male best friend and roommate made for straight up giggle-fest. She was f*cking awesome.
“Nom, nom, nom…. I love eating pussy…I’m going to eat yours all night.” I was pretty sure my vagina dried up like a desert and cried at that very moment…~Arizona
Carter was even more awesome. I loved reading his POV. He was just cool and laid back about everything. He knew he was hot and he didn’t flaunt it, he just rolled with it. Nothing wrong with that, women love a confident man and he definitely helps when you have huge ****. Yeah. Definitely. Helps. A LOT.
“As far as Carter…” she said. “I need to get to get the most important question out of the way…How big is he cock?” She asked, deadpan, and I laughed for the first time in what felt like forever.
See it helps. Love the back and forth of their relationship and the easiness of it. This book just draws you in from the beginning I was sold by page 3. But as much as I loved Carter and Arizona, the scene stealing best friend Josh is my absolute favorite character in this book was Josh. His little snide comments to Arizona and his view on their friendship made me laugh. He is that slacker friend that everyone has around for comic relief.
” You. Me. The Bakery Bar. Tonight. Instead of a one night stand, we’re going to find me a platonic friend. The uglier the better.”~Josh, the ass.
and it gets so much better. With that, my friends I leave you with a 4.5 star rating it’s only missing half a star because after reading Reasonable Doubt…I was expecting more smut Whitney, but this is a GREAT book nonetheless.
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