Jordan and Xia’s story was one that you've heard of before. Two families that are friends, so their kids grow up to be best friends, fighting feelings for one another and not acting on impulse for years. What is different about this book? The two main characters! I loved their relationship, as friends and as more. The dynamic felt realistic and well rounded. It wasn't cheesy or forced like so many others I've read. I give props to Ava Alise for making the angst between these two come alive and jump off the pages. The friendship between them is put through the ringer but no matter what, they stand by one another’s side and it is incredibly sweet and pure.
The sexy moments between them get pretty hot as well though considering the years of buildup, so hold on tight!
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His fingers tease my nipples as he trails kisses along my neck and collarbone until he begins moving back down my body. I'm panting and trying desperately to get my breathing under control but when he slides my panties to the side and buries his face between my legs, I all but scream.
It was just… sex. Raw. Carnal. Passionate. Fucking great. He was so dominant, yet gentle at the same time. I know he knows me inside and out. A lifelong friendship will do that, but he also knew exactly where to touch, how to kiss… it was like he’s studied my body. It was perfect.
She bites her lip and thrusts against my hand as I bury two fingers deep inside her. I could watch her this way for the rest of my life, Her skin glowing as she burns for me.
"This was a mistake."
With four little words, he sunk my entire world. Jordan should have been my first… he was already my everything. My best friend, my secret crush.
We were closer than siblings. Our family's weaved together an intricate pattern of lines never meant to be crossed.
Until that night…
We had a bit too much to drink and the heated way he stared at me made me feel that we could finally be something more. Things got a little out of hand and once the kissing started I didn't want it to stop. The time felt right and I gathered courage and told him how I felt.
If only I knew how awkward things would be the next morning.