My Brother's Best Friend - Book One by Kate Houston

My Brother's Best Friend - Book One

By Kate Houston

  • Release Date: 2015-10-15
  • Category: Short Stories
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 13 Ratings)

Brief Description

Heidi Wilson's always had a secret crush on Dan, her brother's best friend. They've played together as kids, but as she's grown older, her feelings have intensified. Does he feel the same way? She feels it's their destiny to be together, but is she fooling herself?

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  • Ehh

    2
    By LeKairo
    It's a tad bit cliche and has no transitions.... the whole book seems like it was written in a day. I mean it's like every other teen romance but sped up by 10x. It is kind of descriptive if that makes it seem any better. I'm probably not going to buy the second book....
  • Trying too hard.

    2
    By Adnap Adnama
    The pace of this story is very quick and unrealistic. The lack of any connection with her brother's best friend is a turn off; especially when it should be the main focus according to the title. I started to lose interest quickly. The addition of another male character is there only to try and create a love triangle. The required "problems" to stir up drama are tired and predictable. I have no desire to even read the second book to see how it is concluded.

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