I’ve loved him from afar.
Though most times he’s only a foot away.
I’m smart enough to know he’ll never be anyone’s forever.
He checks all the bad boy boxes. Tattoos. Check. Motorcycle. Check. Chip on his shoulder. Check check.
If he wasn’t my neighbor and friend I may have thrown myself at him. Okay, yeah. I wouldn’t. Because guys like Dylan don’t want a woman who writes kid’s math textbooks under him in bed. Instead, I pathetically savor morsels of moments where I have his sole attention.
That was until his archenemy moved in with me. Now suddenly, Dylan’s moving in too and warning off the first guy in a long time who’s showing me interest. Could he finally see me as more than a friend, or am I just a prize to win and show off to his enemy?
Nice quick read!
Nice quick read. Loved the relationship between Rian and Dylan. Nothing earth shattering about this book but a simple roommates-to-lovers book. Enjoyed it for what it was!
Enjoyed the interaction between Dylan and Rian. The conversations and interactions between the them and their friends made me smile often and sometimes giggle out loud.
Funny and really good story.
Dylan and Jax’s rivalry was entertaining and proves just how petty men can be as much as women are. Dylan was fighting his attraction so hard and when Jax would purposely get under his skin would make me laugh. Entertaining book.