Clay Preston is the most desirable guy in school, and boy does he know it!
Movie star looks paired with a quarterback’s body, he’s every girl’s dream guy–but not mine. To me, he’s simply my best friend, the one who has been there as far back as I can remember.
Our relationship has always been easy, playful and affectionate, but after one lost bet, and one payment in the form of a kiss, the dynamic of everything changes…
Note: Always You is book one in the Best Friend series; however, it is a standalone novel with a complete ending.
EDITORIAL REVIEWS FOR ALWAYS YOU:
"It was one hell of a ride, with all the possible bumps and surprises you somehow didn't see coming." - Book Freak Blog
"The book had plenty of unexpected twists and turns! Which were all very dramatic. It was definitely a page turner! -- Keep Calm and Read a Book Blog
"I'm forever being told that I'm a sop when it comes to love stories and this story did nothing to help my cause - if anything, it made me more of a sop! The writing was amazing and portrayed a fantastic relationship full of love and affection. I thought it was a fab idea to tell some of the story from Clay's perspective and what a great perspective - he dotes on Riley - he could teach my fiancé a thing or two! - Fairy Tale Ending Book Review
"A Must Read" - Book Reader Chronicles
"Fan-flipping-tastic... The first time I read this, I finished it in one sitting and I really liked it. But when I read it again, taking a couple days to finish it, I liked it even more than I did the first time." - All My Friends Are Books Blog
Customer ReviewsSee All
Kirsty Moseley is an absolute favorite author of mine!!She's really talented and couldn't put this book down, just like the rest of her books. You won't regret buying them because the stories are just too cute and romantic.
The idea, characters, plot-enjoyable and overall, not bad. The actual writing, spelling, grammar, and believability? RIDICULOUS. I can't actually believe that they make you pay for this book. The writing style was painful-similar to reading the journal of a 13 year old girl. The characters are paper thin, and they clearly do not possess logical thought. If you are a true reader, this book will have you ripping your hair out. As much as I wanted to like it (the concept is sweet and classic, high school sweethearts who are meant to be), the writing just ruined it.
Too far below average
This book is poorly written and so illogical. As a high school teacher I pray that no high schoolers read this believing this is how high school girls and boys should behave. I would not recommend this book to anyone especially not teenagers.