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From USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Sucevic comes the second standalone novel in the Barnett Bulldogs Series- Friend Zoned.
Is it wrong to suddenly find yourself crushing on your best friend? The one person who has always been there for you? I’m kind of thinking that it is. What I know for sure is that absolutely no good can possibly come from it. My relationships tend to expire long before the gallon of milk sitting idly in my fridge. So why would I want to screw up the best relationship I’ve ever had?
No brainer- I wouldn’t.
And yet I still can’t stop noticing the way his piercing blue eyes pin me right in place. Or the unexpected urge I have to drag my fingers through his short thick blond hair. And those killer abs I sometimes catch a fleeting glimpse of when he stretches that big muscular body of his next to me in class? Yeah, you know it’s bad when your panties instantly flood on the spot. And don’t even get me started on the way soft cottony t-shirts fit across his ridiculously broad shoulders…
Nope… I should most definitely not be noticing any of this. Nor should I want to claw out the eyes of the waitress who keeps flirting with him right in front of my face…
Clearly you can see why I’m starting to freak out here.
So, exactly how do I go about getting rid of these traitorous feelings that have oh-so-unexpectedly taken root? How do I rewind time to when I wanted nothing more than a platonic friendship from him?
I haven’t the faintest clue… I just know that I have to try my damnedest to stop these nonsensical feelings from becoming even more entrenched. Because Sam is the one person I can’t afford to lose. He’s my absolute everything. Without him… yeah, I can’t even begin to imagine my life without him filling it. I refuse to throw away eight solid years of friendship on fickle feelings of sexual attraction.
So, no matter what happens, I can’t give in to these feelings.
Piece of cake, right?
So, so wrong.
*Friend Zoned is a New Adult novel meant for people 18 years of age or older. This book contains strong language and sexual situations*