Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on July 16, 2018
Friends to lovers to forever partners. What happens when a woman realizes she has put off dating for a career? She gets drunk and talks to her best male friend about everything she needs to learn. And then creates a spreadsheet of everything she needs to learn and try. This is a funny look at a woman finding her sexuality and her male best friend being all down with helping her!
When your best friend is getting married and the bachelorette party goes from a get together to a demonstration on food for sexual acts, you know you have to act like you know what you are doing. But the gig is up, nerdy Keaton realizes she has no game or experience with giving blow jobs, let alone flirting, dirty talk and passionate sex. Getting drunk seems like a solution, where she pours out her heart through text to Slate, her male best friend.
Slate never really has thought of Keaton as more than a comfortable best friend he meets for pizza, movies and few meals. Having been burned, he just wants to get some action and move on. Keaton’s not in the same column as these women. But know he knows Keaton has a spreadsheet and a plan to check them off. So what’s a best friend supposed to do? Be the best wing man he can be. Only he notices Keaton for the first time and no man is good enough.
The two decided they are going to educate Keaton on the finer art of sexual endeavors while maintaining their friendship when its all over. But what happens when feelings start to emerge and neither know how to express it?
This was just a fun romance with no great hurdles. That’s not to say they sail into love naturally without bumps, its just that the bumps weren’t major. Both characters were likable, the sex had lots of chemistry and humor. Not that what they did was funny, just that they found joy in what they were doing.
This is a sweetly erotic story of friends to lovers and sometimes we just need that type of romance. A couple meant to be together that don’t fight it tooth and nail, but enjoy the acts of getting to know each other in a deeper sense. Recommended for a time when you want something lighter in your reading.
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