Maya has a history of falling in love with the wrong man. Case in point … her unfaithful, drug-dealing ex-fiancé. As she finally starts dating again, her first date has her wondering where all the normal guys are. Luckily she has Liam … her friend with benefits. But he’s beginning to act strangely, too. Why is he so upset that she’s dating again? You’ll love this spicy romantic comedy. Not Just a Friend is Book 3 of Toronto, Laura Jardine’s contemporary romance series.
Maya Gregory’s dating history is just depressing. Four years after seeing her ex-fiancé’s face on the front page of the paper, she’s finally ready to try again. Her first date? A former financial analyst who now makes pretentious art out of microwaves and kitchen waste. Ugh. Where are the normal guys?
Maya’s only ever been close to one guy who didn’t turn out to be a loser. Math teacher Liam Foster. Her friend. And for the past year… her friend with benefits.
Liam had a crush on Maya when they sat beside each other in calculus. But being the nerdy outcast in high school, he didn’t think he had a chance with her back then, and his feelings for her disappeared long ago. However, when she starts dating again, Liam is consumed with jealousy—and it’s not just because he’s worried about losing his regular sex partner.
Cynical and sarcastic, Maya is a lot different from the girl he once loved. But maybe he wants her for himself after all. If only he can convince the woman who’s ready to give up on love yet again that they can have more than friendship…
Content Notes: Spicy, Contemporary, Romantic Comedy