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Publisher's Summary

According to the law of attraction, women and men can't be friends.
Contrary to this myth, my friendship with Coriander Phillips does not rest on unrequited love or un-actualized lust. We've been inseparable since the day I pulled one of her pigtails and she punched me in the gut.
She's hilarious, fun to hang out with. Together, we're like peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti and meatballs, wings and beer. A match made in heaven.
She's the bomb.
Did I mention she's smokin' hot? I've checked her out...maybe once or twice. Hey, I'm a guy.
Seriously, no awkwardness, no secret yearning for our relationship to escalate beyond the purely platonic. I'm the boy friend - the loyal shoulder she cries on, the dispenser of coffee, sympathy, hugs, advice, and affection with no expectations.
Until the invisible line between friends and lovers became blurry.
Now I want more. I want her.
All I have to do is convince her we can be more than friends.
If only it were that easy.
©2017 Mika Jolie (P)2017 Mika Jolie
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3 out of 5 stars
By Audiobookhoe on 09-11-17

I liked this one but the hero got on my nerves

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I think what drew me int this one is that it seemed modern and different from her others and I wanted to read something a little lighter and fun. I do think it was light and fun but the hero was so obnoxious sometimes that it was hard not to roll my eyes sometimes. He just didn't remind me of a grown man sometimes, and that whole stunt he pulled on vacation? All he had to do was uninvite the girl and this book would have had zero conflict. I truly disconnected to that part because it just seemed like such an immature thing to do especially when you didn't even know the woman's name. I wish there would have been a more challenging thing standing in their way or else I would have given it a 5.

The heroine was just kinda okay. I wasn't sure what he loved so much about her. I think if she had gotten her on narrative and I could have been in her head, I would have liked her better but I had such a hard time relating to her that I wasn't really routing for their HEA as much as I should have, but I did really dig the story as a whole. I love friends to lovers and i love reformed manw***res who find the one. If you do too, this book's for you!

Would you be willing to try another book from Mika Jolie? Why or why not?

Maybe, if it had a attention grabbing synopsis!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Jonella A. Moore on 08-24-17

Friends to lovers...

Can a guy and a girl just be friends? That's the premise of this audiobook story. The main characters have been best friends since childhood, until she tells him about something she really wants- a baby. Starting to see his friend in a new light, the hero struggles with his changing feelings of being insanely attracted to the heroine. I enjoyed this story a lot and narration was well done with blended voices.

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