What happens when your plus one becomes “the one”?
Holly Haggerty and Roth Esterly are two besties with everything in common—they’re neighbors, career-driven, and commitment-phobes. Tired of always being set up on dates by well-meaning friends and family, they take matters into their own hands: they will be the other’s plus one—a little friendly arrangement between friends.
Easy…until a steamy night where they cross the line. But that’s okay, they’ll add an addendum—one that includes a little action between the sheets…on top of the sheets…and without the sheets. But there are rules. Dating and sex are exclusive until one of them decides to terminate the agreement. No slumber parties. And if either party becomes emotionally involved they will break things off with no hard feelings.
When unexpected news changes their plans and turns their fun arrangement into something more serious, Holly and Roth must come to terms with what’s more important—what they thought they wanted, or what they really need.
Each title in the Friends First series can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1 A Friendly Engagement
Book #2 A Friendly Arrangement
Book #3 A Friendly Flirtation
Friends and more
This is book # 2 in the Friends First series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For complete understanding of series and characters, I urge the reader to follow the order intended.
Roth and Holly are best friends in every sense. They live close by, they play games together, and they commiserate with one another. They are sick of being set up by well meaning friends and family. It's time they change the odds.
Holly does not want a commitment. Neither does Roth. Can they play the ultimate scheme and not come out burned? If someone is your everyone, doesn't that mean their really your everything?
Such a fun and romantic book. The characters are easy to read. I love best friends stories and this series just keeps me happy. Such great characters with strength! I cannot wait to read the next installment.
***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher in exchange for an honest review only.
Great story idea but the writing is just so so bad. I couldn’t even make myself read the good parts - they were so poorly written.