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Publisher Description

A new adult romance from Entangled's Embrace imprint...

Sometimes all a girl needs is a little practice...

It's been twelve months, three days, and eleven hours since accounting student Scarlett Logan made it past a second date. A pitcher of mojitos in hand, she employs her supreme graphing skills to narrow things down to one horrifying explanation. Kissing. Clearly someone needs to teach her how to kiss properly. Like, say, her best friend and roomie, Finn Mackenzie. He's safe, he's convenient, and yeah, maybe just a little gorgeous.

Finn knows exactly why Scarlett's boyfriends are disappearing quickly. Him. Not a single guy she's brought home is nearly good enough. And he'll be damned if he lets some loser give her "kissing lessons." No. He'll do the honors, thank you very much. The moment their lips touch, though, everything turns upside down. But Scarlett deserves the one thing Finn can't give her. And if he doesn't put an end to the sexy little shenanigans, he'll teach Scarlett the hardest lesson of all...heartbreak.

September 28
Entangled Publishing, LLC

Customer Reviews

2kasmom ,

Fridns should kiss

Scarlett and Finn are the best of friends. She is also his roommate. Everyone else thinks there is more, but there just isn't. Until she asks for his help with kiss training......

Finn is more than happy to help her practice. Then he cannot stop thinking about the kiss and it starts to effect the friendship that they both find so important. He is not sure what to do from here on out.

The unknown problem with Scarlett not being able to get a 2nd date more than a year staggers her. She even makes a chart and tries to figure out where the problem lies. Could it be the one thing that holds her together, could actually tear her apart?

An amazing book of friendship and passion. I found the story full of banter, heat, and food. Just a really good book. I had trouble putting it down once I picked it up.

***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers in exchange for an honest review.

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