Just Between Us
Book Review - JUST BETWEEN US by BRI STONE
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This was a really cute friends to lovers read. I really liked Dillion and Lori. There were times they both got on my nerves but in the end they were perfect for each other. The secondary characters were great to, they helped make the main characters more realistic. The author did an awesome job at making me fall for these characters. There’s not a whole lot I can say. It’s a pretty laid back story with lightish drama. Dillion was great. Hiding the fact he was in love with his best friend, and then everything that happens. (Sigh) The author did awesome with him. If you can’t tell he’s my favorite character in this story. Also, I loved the epilogue. It was sweet and a perfect look into the future for these characters. If you want a friends to lovers read, then this book is perfect for that. I plan to read more from this author.
Cute friends to loves story. Very quick read for me. I enjoyed how they went from a friendship to love. I feel like he should of came out with how he really felt sooner, and not let it go on for as long as he did. Overall I enjoyed the story and enjoyed how they fell for each other.
I liked the idea that it was solely based on a guys pov. There's not a lot of books I read out there. It was a cute love story between two friends.
I watched her with rapt attention. Most of the time I spent with Lori, I wasn’t making rational decisions. Could be because I was a man after all, and she was really pretty…not just pretty--she’s beautiful, smart, witty, sweet…perfect. And an innocent, inexperienced virgin. W have no secrets, and we never lie to each other; but Lorraine Dawes is my best friend and I’ve been in love with her since I was fifteen years old--since I even knew what love was. To top it off, she is moving in with me for six months. Then she makes this Virgin Manifesto, talking about how she wants to 'give it up' to the best volunteer. 'And I'm the best one. You know, normal stuff.