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Luke and Miranda have shared many things, but they’ve never shared the same bed. After a weekend together, the longtime friends find themselves in an interesting conundrum. They can pretend the sexual tension between them doesn’t mean anything, or they can see where their weekend fling takes them.
Now that they’ve crossed the line, are they willing to risk their friendship - and their hearts - or will they choose to forget the weekend’s events and hope it doesn’t come back to haunt them?
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Besties to Lovers
This was a cute best friends to lovers. It's a quick sweet listen. The chemistry was great between them.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
A pretty good quick story
This story is a very sweet, fun, engaging, quick listen and I really enjoyed the flirty bantering in their conversations.
The part with the abandoned light house and Miranda totally following Luke into it, even though she was hesitating, was not great to me. Like follow your gut instinct, Miranda.
And not carrying at least one phone at all between the two of them while exploring, felt kind of unrealistic.
Sometimes I felt like both Luke and Miranda said I love you rather quickly, but I did like how their relationship progressed.
Overall, I really enjoyed the development of Luke and Miranda relationship over the short time frame. 4 stars from me!
Disclaimer: I received a free code in exchange of my thoughts and feelings about the story and narrator. All of my opinions are my own.
The First Kiss
Luke and Miranda know each other since childhood, but now as adults, they notice their feelings have changed. The air is charged with electricity, when they are together.
Both aren't sure, if the other is experiencing the same and how to express the wish for more than just friendship.
When they suddenly face hours alone in an abandoned lighthouse, and decide to play "Truth or Dare" to kill the time, everything changes.
The narrator, Elaine E., does a good job. She was the reason, I stayed with the story all the way to the end.
I liked Luke and Miranda and found their shyness to open up to each other at the beginning realistic.
I didn't like the storytelling much, there's too much tell and too less show, and the constant "Luke said", "Miranda said" got on my nerves.
I also felt, the speed with which their relationship progresses, once they know how they feel for each other, is suspending disbelief.
Nevertheless, apart from the last few minutes, I enjoyed the short romantic tale.