Willing Me Him
Theo Nash makes women want to take him home to show off everything they’ve learned in the bedroom all in one night.
Our senior year, my twin brother was diagnosed with a rare bone disease.
Two years later, we lost him.
He left our little brother his skateboard collection.
Mom got his cherished camera.
He left me his cocky, button-pushing, skirt-chasing best friend
He not only left me Theo.
He left instructions!
Take my brother’s place as Theo’s best friend for the next five years!
My time is almost up.
And I haven’t fallen victim to his
sexy little smiles or his not to be ignored eyes.
I just need to get through the weekend
with him as my fake boyfriend…
✓ Friends to Lovers
✓ Best Friend’s Sister
✓ Fake Boyfriend
✓ Steamy HEA
This was a quick and satisfying read. I loved Jody and Nash. They had great chemistry and I loved the dynamic between them. While the story was low on the drama scale, there were some emotional moments that brought the tears.
Roller Coaster of emotions. Loved It!!
Willing Me Him was an emotional roller coaster. There were so many highs and lows instead of five stars I am giving it "E" ticket status, the ultimate Disney ride. Willing Me Him is a wonderful love story.
The title warned me, I knew that there would be sadness. Oh My Word, but gutted was not was expected. Gutted is what I got over and over again. Lucky for me, it was all on the pages. The emotions poured off the pages, the good, the sad, and the beautiful. At the end of the story the author rewarded me, the reader, with a beautiful ending, a successful ending, a hopeful ending.
Joey was Jody's twin and Theo Nash's best friend. Terminal with cancer, Joey got his affairs in order. He saw what Jody and Nash did not. His dying wish--their happiness, but only Jody knows what he had planned.
Will love conquer all? Will denial rule the day? When secrets are revealed; will they dive into a happily ever after or crash and burn? Every time I thought things were going to be pure bliss, the author would switch things up. Every time I thought I knew all; shock of shockers, I knew nothing. I wanted to know everything.