The Ransomes are playing matchmaker.
That’s not a good thing. At least it’s not if you’re Bodhi Lakra. The last thing in the world he needs is for his best friend’s family to start interfering in his love life. Has he been completely head-over-heels in love with Everly Ransome for years? Yes. But Bodhi doubts Ransome meddling is going to change anything. Everly sees Bodhi as her friend. Nothing more.
Friends aren’t easy to come by for Everly Ransome. It’s hard to open up to people when she can’t ever be sure that they’re interested in her—and not in getting close to her very famous family. That’s why her relationship with Bodhi means so much to her. He’s never once given her any reason to doubt his intentions. She’s always been able to count on Bodhi, and she can’t imagine that ever changing.
What Everly doesn’t know is that sometimes, change between friends is good. Sometimes the best friendships can lead to so much more. She just has to be brave enough to want it…
Not my favourite but still great
I enjoyed Everly and Bohdi’s story, but it didn’t grab like nearly all of Rachel’s other books have. I didn’t feel an emotional connection to either of them.
Ever since Bohdi was introduced in Wrong for Me, I’ve found him irritating. He always seemed to good to be true. And while some life issues arose in this book, I still didn’t feel sympathetic towards him.
Now to be more positive! As always More For Me is well written. Rachel is a great story teller. Whilst I’ve preferred other stories in the series, I still wanted to find out what happened with Bohdi and Everly. It was good to catch up with other family members to find out how they’re doing too. As always I missed hearing about Levi! He’s always been my favourite character, but that’s a personal preference.
I would definitely recommend More For Me and any others of Rachel’s books. Already looking forward to where she takes us next!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
My favourite so far
I have really enjoyed reading about the Ransome off spring but this is my favourite book so far. I love them both, I love how we have learnt little bits about them in the other books all leading up to this.
It made me laugh and it made cry, the grief his family has been through is so utterly relatable. The ending was perfect and they are my new favourite couple out of all the books!