Love changes people.
I’m the first to admit that I, Keaton Bridges, used to be an immature, entitled ass.
Okay, maybe I’m the second to admit it—after Roxy Carter.
But I’ve seen what true love has done for my friends, and I want it for myself.
Somehow, I’m the only single guy left.
Somehow, she’s the only single girl.
The only time Foxy Roxy hasn’t been a loudmouth?
That time we were making out at our best friends’ wedding.
And every time we’ve seen each other in the five years since then,
because she refuses to talk about it.
Well, she’s going to have to talk to me now.
It’s the dead of winter, and our six best friends were planning a getaway
at a Caribbean couples-only resort.
One of the couples had to drop out, and I refuse to be left out in the cold.
All Roxy and I have to do is pretend to be in love for one week so we can
spend some much-needed time with our favorite people.
And all I have to do is pretend I’m not dying to kiss her again.
Ttitle: The Plus Ones
Author: Kayley Loring
Narrators: Teddy Hamilton and Mackenzie Cartwright
Genre: Romance – Comedy, enemies to lovers, fake relationship
Part of a Series: Book 4 of The Brooklyn Book Boyfriends Series
POV: Roxy and Keaton
Steam Level: Slow burn to toasty
I’ve read both Come Back to Bed and Tonight You’re Mine so loved seeing more of Chase/Aimee and Matt/Bernadette’s HEA’s in The Plus Ones. The sassy, sexual tension between Keaton and Roxy is amazing. I love that Keaton is a linguistics nerd and the use of the untranslatable words to describe feelings and phenomena throughout. I loved the sass and steam between these Keaton and Roxy. Kayley Loring is quickly becoming an author whose work I want to devour. It’s sweet and funny. I love the characters and peeling off all their layers to see the true person underneath.
I received this audiobook for free from Audiobook Obsesion. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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