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Publisher's Summary

Teddy's back in Miami with her mind made up. Live like it's your last day. Love like it's your last day.
The moment those steel-blue eyes gazed back into hers, there was no question. Asher wasn't just the only one she wanted, but the only one she needed. This time around there would be no more room for regrets, but would they ever be more than friends that still...?
Note: This is the second edition of this title. It features bonus chapters that were not featured in its first edition. It is also part two of a new adult I/R Romance. Suggested for mature audiences due to its explicit sex and moderate drug use.
©2016 G.L. Tomas (P)2017 G.L. Tomas
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4 out of 5 stars
By Amy on 06-16-17

.Heartbreakingly Beautiful

Would you listen to Friends That Still... again? Why?

Absolutely!I believe even the coldest heart would thaw after listening to this book.i thought Teddy was brave before despite her perceived faults but when she reviled her cancer to Asher. I was struck by a feeling of such warmth,fear and vulnerability on Teddy's behalf.It bravely tries to deal with some hard issues such as the cruelty of cancer and the fragile nature of life and it does so with a palpable lack of empathy. The main character goes through some incredibly harrowing experiences and then almost immediately we are plunged into the lives and consequences of this" friends with benefits " situation of Asher and Reggie.It made my heart soar,plunge and turn in to whirl wind all at the same time .I really feel the inventiveness and characters clarity adds some real meat on the bones of this series .It's a well-rounded and very entertaining story that builds to a genuinely exciting if slightly mind-bending climax. A worthy addition to the genre.The joint narration works really well between Aundrea Mitchell , Logan McAllister . Some conversations between single female and male characters are given a much greater tempo as the two voices mean all the he/she saids are dropped without loss of clarity.Emotions are pulled out of me by these guys even some I was surprised to find myself feeling .I think they make a fanominal team and add exponentially to the story. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.As always this is my honest opinion .The only criticism from me is that I wish it was longer.

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4 out of 5 stars
By sheryl beauchemin on 04-12-17


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I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.

I see a lot of growing and decision making in this sequel. Teddy had the courage to expose her illness only to Asher. Her fight against cancer has given her time to reflect and realize the depth of her feelings for him. It also gives her the strength to choose freedom in her lifestyle over financial support from her parents. Meanwhile, Asher has found that no one can fill Teddy's place in his heart. He continues his daily grind as supervisor in a grocery store, backing out to give her the space she needs to choose between him and Reggie. Teddy is hired at the grocery, and as Reggie also works in the store, the three grow a stronger, yet platonic relationship. Emotions finally break and everything flows out in the open.

Again, I wish this was part of one long book. I think book one was stronger in message and depth. This book follows the aftereffects of decisions made in book one. And, a cliffhanger.


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