Review: Between Friends by Amanda Cowen
Between Friends by Amanda Cowen
Published March 2013
“If your looking for a fun, read this is sure one you will enjoy!” – Chris’s Book Blog Emporium
“Short and sweet story with a adorable HEA for the hero and heroine that I don’t think you should pass up!” – Jelena’s Book Blog
“The chemistry between Ben and Megan were both funny during the preparations for Jessica’s wedding to the most sweetest thing he could do to win her heart!” – Stuck In YA Books Book Blog
(New Adult Contemporary) **Mature Content** Recommended for ages 17+ due to sexual content and language.
The only way to have a friend is to be one…especially between the sheets…
When neurotically challenged and unlucky in love Megan Daniels is propositioned by her life-long friend Ben Romano with a coin toss (heads, they sleep together, tails, they don’t) the night before they are about to attend a destination wedding, she drunkenly accepts his challenge. But when Megan wakes up the next morning with a bad hang-over and Ben in her bed, she is more than mortified. It isn’t until the tropical heat begins to ignite emotions Megan never believed or thought she could possibly have, when she starts to question if risking their friendship is the answer to finding true love.
A cute and contemporary debut novel, BETWEEN FRIENDS faces one girl’s struggle between the fine lines of friendship and love and the risk of opening up her heart to the possibility of forever.
I got this book free on my Kindle and read it whilst I was on holiday. I found it to have a slow start and was pretty predictable all the way through. However the characters were good although the situations they were in wasn’t always believable.
The book was enjoyable overall even though in parts I found it difficult to read due to the plot being quite slow and feeling as though it took a while to get to the point.
– Esjae xo