Falling For His Best Friend by Katee Roberts Review


Falling for His Best Friend (Out of Uniform #2)
by Katee Robert

Stars: 4.5

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Avery Yeung’s biological clock just went off early. Thanks to her family’s medical history, she’s running out of time to get knocked up. And the only guy within donating distance? Her overprotective—and irritatingly hot—best friend. So clearly she needs an anonymous donor…

Anonymous donor? Over Sheriff Drew Flannery’s dead body. While daddyhood will never be in the cards for a man with his past, Drew won’t let Avery shop for a “popsicle pop.” He’ll do what’s right for his best friend by doing his best friend. But only if they do it properly.

But there’s nothing “proper” about it. Between the bed, the kitchen counter, and against his squad car, Avery and Drew are having the hottest sex ever. They can’t get enough of it—or each other. And without knowing it, they’ve crossed the one line that could ruin their friendship forever…

I had no idea this was the 3rd book in a series. The author did a very good job in making you feel like you didn’t missed anything from the previous books. She introduced the characters well. I absolutely loved that!
I did not feel lost at all. Makes me want to read the other two books in this series!Ok… Can I just say Drew and Avery baby making sex were fun to read!!!…lol
Very sexy and hot!!! I loved when he pulled her over!!
That was my favorite part in the book!Drew and Avery had a really good friendship. There was always more I think…feelings. But, not wanting to put their friendship on the line… they kept it strictly just friends between them.
I think it took Avery’s announcement to jumpstart things between them. And finally for Drew to see the light!Once they started getting together…. I felt they just jumped a few steps too fast. They basically jumped in the deep end instead of talking first. And I mean really talking.
I wasn’t feeling the miscommunication going on between Drew and Avery. They both acted like they were just hooking up for a short time. Instead of talking to one another about their feelings. And just assuming everything was going to be short term.

Drew had major issues with How he grew up. That I think affected him in a way that he felt he couldn’t fully commit to anyone. He was constantly psyching himself out and freaking out.

Avery’s grandparents were pretty awful. Especially her grandfather. Someone should have put him in his place a long time ago.

Avery’s sister Alexis.
I felt bad for her. She seemed to have a lot of pressure and issues coming at her from different angles.
Her health, Her ex- fiancé leaving her, her grandfathers hateful words, her sister wanting to become pregnant and just over all her image of how she wants other people to perceive her.
She was seriously cracking under the pressure. I’m sure her book is coming next and I really can’t wait to read her story.

I was really feeling this story. I liked it a lot. I thought it had the right amount of everything. Drama, angst, it had me laughing.

The writing was good. The book flowed nicely.
I will definitely be checking out the other books in the series.

*ARC provided for an honest review*

About the author

Katee Robert learned to tell stories at her grandpa’s knee. Her favorites then were the rather epic adventures of The Three Bears, but at age twelve she discovered romance novels and never looked back.

Though she dabbled in writing, life got in the way—as it often does—and she spent a few years traveling, living in both Philadelphia and Germany. In between traveling and raising her two wee ones, she had the crazy idea that she’d like to write a book and try to get published.

Her first novel was an epic fantasy that, God willing, will never see the light of day. From there, she dabbled in YA and horror, before finally finding speculative romance. Because, really, who wouldn’t want to write entire books about the smoking-hot relationships between two people?

She now spends her time—when not lost in Far Reach worlds—playing imaginary games with her wee ones, writing, ogling men, and planning for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.


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