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Saving It Kindle Edition
Eden: Josh Evans and I have been best friends forever. He knows all my secrets, and I know all of his. So when he randomly asks me to help him lose his virginity, I sort of flip out. That’s a question that sends your mind to places you’ve seriously never considered before. Like, you know. Having sex. With your best friend. Except Josh doesn’t want to have sex with me—he wants me to help him find a girl. A nice girl who’s funny and smart and cute. Except he already knows a girl just like that...
Josh: Eden Sumner is my best friend. So of course she’d be the person to help me find my perfect match, so I can drop my V card before I head off to college. Except the more we search, the more I realize that maybe the right girl has been by my side all along. I don’t need Eden’s help in finding me a girl to love. I’m pretty sure I’m already in love with Eden. But now she thinks I’m only after one thing...with anyone but her.
Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book is what happens when American Pie meets Friends with Benefits. It contains two best friends, plenty of angst, and lots and lots of sex talk. Reading this might have you looking at your best friend in a different light!
- ASIN : B076H7GSKZ
- Publisher : Entangled: Crush (6 November 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 910 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 262 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 148,624 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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When we first meet Eden and Josh, you an almost immediately feel the chemistry between these two. They are closer than best friends, and share so much with one another. They are each others "person" even though they have other really close friends. Everyone around them can see there is more to it than friendship except for them, but both of them are either too blind to see it, or too scared to admit it. When Eden starts trying to help Josh hook up with other girls, she starts to see that maybe it's her she wants Josh to be with, and every girl he ends up trying to connect with he ends up comparing to Eden.
Watching these two go back and forth with one another, and trying to come to terms with their feelings was awkward and sweet all at the same time. I loved how Monica Murphy truly put in the weirdness of high school into this, yet the emotional strength of both of these characters to know that taking anything further with their friendship could destroy the years they had together. Both of them were afraid to lose each other as a friend, but the feelings they had for each other were getting to be too much. No one seemed to compare to what they say in each other, and it was getting to be too much. When they finally came to terms with it, everyone was like FINALLY, but insecurity set in and I wanted to scream at them for letting something so trivial tear them apart. They had been through so much to let something so small break them apart.
I loved how Abraham and Molly were able to get them to see past everything before and after, but more so I loved how they fixed their problems. Watching these two come to terms with their feelings, and moving their friendship to the next level was amazing. It was awkward, sweet, a bit angsty, and definitely romantic at heart. Josh and Eden are perfect for one another and I truly adored watching their story play out. If you're looking for a sweet young adult romance, I highly suggest picking up Saving It by Monica Murphy today, this book will not disappoint!
I love how Josh and Eden are best friends, how they know each other so well and how they have managed to stay only friends. I love how Eden is so organized she needs to make a list and Josh knows it. That’s why he turns to her for help. Eden of all people should be able to find the perfect girl for Josh. She can come up with a list of girls for him.
It’s funny how everyone around them sees what they don't. They are opposites but they know little details about each other that no one does. They know how to read each other and have little secret ways of communicating without words. But still are clueless in other parts.
But they’ve managed to never be attracted to each other. I loved Eden’s personality and Josh’s. They are true teenagers who get confused and sometimes aren’t sure of what is going on. I love how Eden wants to be a matchmaker.
I would highly recommend this book. It’s great from beginning to end.
But anyway, the book was as cute as it could be talking about teenagers losing their virginity. I'm just thankful it was reserved and didn't go all raunchy.
The characters were perfectly flawed. Their relationship progression made sense and was realistic. And it had a HEA. So yeah, 5 stars because it somehow stayed wholesome even with the content.
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