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This is the first book by Brooke O’Brien that I have read and which I totally enjoyed every word she wrote. This book is book 2 of a series and the very second book the author has written so I have not read the first one” When I Found You” the story of Callum and Ellie. This book is about Mason and Brea, Mason is Callum’s brother so each book is interconnecting but can be read as stand-alone as I have done. This book is about best friends, there feeling towards each other and what would happen if they step over that line of friendship to lovers. I received an ARC copy of this book and this is my voluntary and honest review. I enjoyed the author's writing style and I am looking forward to reading the first book in this series as well. The main characters are in their early twenties and the sexual chemistry between the two is very hot. I did find at times I was telling to characters to wake up and look at what they were doing but I had to remember these were very young adults finding there a way in life and love.
Mason has had feeling for his best friend Brea for some time but she is happily in a relationship so he is just happy to have her friendship and has realize he has missed the boat of winning her romantic attention.
Brea is happy in her relationship with her boyfriend Kaleb, but Kaleb has an issue with her friendship with Mason. One night will change it all and she will ask her best friend for something more than friendship. She will ask him for meaningless sex and the ability to forget everything for just one night as long as Mason promises nothing between them will change.
Mason promises Brea the one thing he knows he cannot keep but its one night and one broken promise to have the girl of his dreams. This one night will change it all but will it be bad or good for them both and will they both admit there feeling to each other as well as themselves? Or is a broken heart on the way?
I love finding new authors as well as authors just starting their writing careers it gives me the joy to read their work.