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Only for the Summer: A Fake Relationship Romantic Comedy Kindle Edition
Someone should’ve told me pretending to date your best friend only works if you aren’t in love with them.
Kennedy Davis is not in love with her best friend. That’s what she tells every girl she dates anyway, but it always ends up the same.
Sienna Stevens is in love with her best friend, but she’s too afraid to admit it. A hopeless romantic who hopes her best friend might one day see her as more.
When Kennedy must return home for her brother’s wedding it only makes sense to bring her best friend along. But Kennedys fears of returning home give Sienna a chance for Kennedy to see her as more—by being her fake girlfriend.
So when the line between friends and more gets blurred with Sienna, will Kennedy finally see what everyone’s been telling her all along and confess her true feelings? Or will she hide how she feels to keep their friendship?
After all, a fake relationship only for the summer, can’t hurt right?________________________
Book 1 in Shannon O'Connor's 'Only in Seaside' Series ALSO Apart of the 'Summers in Seaside' interconnected standalone series
- ASIN : B09PZWZVN7
- Language : English
- File size : 3514 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 214 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B0B6XSD7QB
- Best Sellers Rank: 34,163 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This was a fun story. I enjoyed it on my weekend camping trip.
Although, this book may not have been right up my alley. It was a bit too girly for me. “Girly”? I’m a girl, but I can only handle so much discussion on dresses, hair styles and make up. I’m not saying there was a ton of this discussion, but it made it so the characters didn’t resonate so well with me. We just didn’t have a lot in common, I suppose. I’m the kind of gal that goes to the stylist every 6 weeks, I get asked, “What do you want to do with your hair?” “I don’t know,” are the first words out of my mouth every time. Now, on the other hand, if you do know what to do with your hair when you go to the salon, you’ll probably really like this book.
When I begin a book thinking it’s main plot point is implausible, it doesn’t bode well for my ranking it highly: How could a businesswoman surrender control of her fledgling New York City styling salon for an entire summer?
The book also has instances of failed continuity, typos, and grammar mistakes. A few examples:
“They cheer with their glasses and kiss as if to commensurate [sic] the occasion.” — Commemorate?
“Her shimmery pink eyes catch the light perfectly.” — Pink eyes? Eww.
“I can’t have an opinion on something I don’t know all the information. — What?
These shortcomings don’t make this a bad book, but there are so many better sapphic love stories to read first.
Great characters and storyline. Best friends who fake a relationship for the Summer. At what point do they realize that they aren't faking? Will it break them?
I definitely recommend this book!