February 6, 2020 1 min to read
Review: Just Friends by Charity Ferrell
Category : Reviews
Little did I know when Rex came to my locker attempting to bribe me, that he’d turn into my everything.
We’d become best friends. I’d steal his heart. He’d steal mine.
Nothing has changed in the years of our friendship.
Not our connection, not our feelings, or that we still hold each other’s hearts.
But his heart isn’t the only thing I’ve kept.
The secret I’m hiding could shatter the only man I’ve ever loved.
I’ve loved Carolina since the day she called my bluff.
Our friendship always came first.
She believed in me when no one else did.
I tucked away my feelings because I couldn’t survive a life without her.
We crossed the line once, and I swore it’d never happen again.
As time passes, the harder it becomes to live up to that promise.
Until finally, there’s no holding back.
Title: Just Friends
Author: Charity Ferrell
Genre: Romance, friends-to-lovers, fake relationship
Part of a Series: Book 6 of the Blue Beech series
POV: Carolina and Rex
Steam Level: slow burn to steamy
I think this was my favorite Blue Beech Book. I love Rex and Carolina’s story (and getting glimpses of the previous characters’ HEAs). Just Friends was sweet and funny. I love how Carolina calls Rex out on his bluffs and how they aren’t always bluffs.
I received an advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- “Don’t cry.” “I’m no. My eyes are irritated from your bullshit. Seems I’m allergic.”
- The best decision I ever made was letting Rex Lane take my virginity. Well, the best decision for my vagina. Not the best decision for my heart.
- Damn you, alcohol. You’re the best friend who’s also a bad influence.
- Rejection is the third party in this friendship of ours.
- My dark times are always brightened with the lightness he brings to me.
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