Tall, Dark & Tempting; Tall, Dark & Sexy #3 (Series)
by Erika Wilde (Author)
This review is from: December 8, 2018 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
First of all…this cover…oh holy hotness (fanning myself)! If I was Serena I would have been smitten forever as well.
Tall, Dark and Tempting is a fun, sweet, best friends to lovers novel. It completely has its tongue-in-cheek moments, as it references the clicheness of Hallmark movies, but since Serena adores watching them, Dylan can’t help using them as his framework for romance, so to speak.
The sweetness of their long time friendship is infectious, but it’s not to be overshadowed by the sizzling chemistry that lies between them. Each Tall, Dark and Sexy book has only gotten better and the follow ups on each family member, along with the look ahead for what’s next was perfect.
Dylan Stone and Serena Fields have been best friends forever. Living next door to one another they were there for one another through thick and thin. As they matured, Serena’s feelings grew into more than friendship, but Dylan kept Serena strictly in the friendzone and there was where they both stayed. Watching one another suffer through bad relationships and one night stands accordingly until one night it all changed.
Serena was no longer willing to give up her happily-ever-after and remain in the sidelines. If Dylan didn’t want a forever with her she was finally moving on, if that meant a future without him even as a friend that is what she’d have to do. Her happiness depended on it.
Dylan had always had Serena by his side. She was always the one he went to for everything, whether he was happy, upset, or just to joke around. When he screwed that up, he knew he had to make things right, but the question became, did he want it back the way it was or did he want more?
Can they be just more than friends or is that just not possible once lines have been crossed?
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