You’re the One
by: Layla Hagen
A sweet story between best friends who took the plunge into the deep end of the relationship pool that turned into a beautiful HEA!
Firmly in the best friend zone, Hunter and Josie hadn’t crossed the line in fifteen years. They shared everything with each other and never wanted to risk their friendship over the powerful feelings that falling into a relationship can involve, but when Hunter’s visa is about to be revoked it requires careful consideration on how much their friendship means and how far they will go for one another.
Weighing the pros and cons and what it could mean they jump into a quick engagement and then an even quicker marriage, all in the name of keeping Hunter in the country, but is that the only reason?
I enjoyed watching two friends fall in love and really discover their passion for loving each other beyond friendship in a new way. They had always shared everything with each other before, but now that they were in a new relationship with each other they didn’t have that to fall back on. So who becomes your best friend to vent to when you are now romantically involved with them? There was entire mountain of questions and consequences that they both had to overcome while dealing with their own feelings.
I really enjoyed this fresh insight to the friends-to-lovers story.
Hot. Flirty. Romantic.
It all started as pretend…
My best friend, and one of the most powerful men in New York, needed my help.
Our first kiss was unexpected—but it still made my skin sizzle, my knees go weak.
The next one was in front of his tight-knit family. We had to be convincing. But it was so wicked hot, it almost convinced me too.
On our first night together, he told me that I had to keep us both in check, because he didn’t know how to keep the lines from blurring…
He touched me like I was precious, and held me close… barely stopping his fingers from pushing down the straps of my dress…
On our second night, our banter turned to flirting. Hunter—my best friend was now Hunter—the man. Intense. Alluring. Sexy as hell.
How was I supposed to not fall in love?