Matt Quinn has been an escort for most of his adult life. He’s so good at his job that he’s booked months in advance.
An enquiring email from a potential client finds him intrigued about the shy, awkward woman. A back and forth is started and before Quinn knows it, a friendship is formed.Time passes and Quinn is smitten.There’s only one problem…The client is his best friends little sister.She’s off limits.
He knows better.Staying away from one another is easier said than done.
I thought going into this I would just fall head over heels for it. I mean… Who doesn’t love a good friends to lovers story line. Or a escort to lovers story.
But… As I was reading.
Something was missing for me in this book. I thought it was an ok read.
But I didn’t fully love it.
There were parts in this book that I did love. And it was the conversations Quinn and Mia had in the beginning!
The emailing back and forth and then the texting.
I loved that!
Quinn and Mia just got each other’s humor.
They just clicked!
I just wished there was more face to face interaction between Mia and
Quinn. and not just emailing and texting. For me… I think I need them together more.
I also loved how Quinn made Mia feel special when they first got together. Which was seriously hot!
Then there was the things that I felt took away from the story for me.
-The amount of detail we get in this book. Some of it felt like filler to me.
Especially when the main character’s were getting dressed. I really didn’t need to know every step they were doing to get dressed.
-The fact that Mia didn’t know her own body. She was in her late twenties. That was kind of unbelievable to me.
-I know Quinn was an escort. But the amount of women he was with. Was kind of a turn off.
-The Addison chapter. I just wasn’t feeling it at all. It just seemed out of place.
Even with all I just said. This wasn’t a bad read. This was an ok read. I read this book in one sitting. It kept my attention. And I was into the characters.
*ARC provided for an honest review*
At an early age she fell in love with reading. Boredom one summer had her
scouring the bookshelves at home. She stumbled across Sandra Brown’s Breath of
Scandal and fell in love with romance.
Having been brought up in a loud and
boisterous family of Croatian descent, she developed a natural love for
dramatics and humor. Only some years ago had she discovered a new love.
Humorous romance novels.
Kristen Ashley and R.L. Mathewson had opened a brand
new world where she could lose herself yet feel safe and at home in their
stories. Belle has been known to become a screeching banshee while anxiously
awaiting their newest titles.
Belle never thought she would write. It had never
interested her until recently. Friend-Zoned began to form and in February 2013
Belle typed the words Chapter One. And she fell in love.
With a creative imagination she never knew she harbored.
Friend-Zoned is the
first in the Friend-Zoned series. Keep an eye out for this cheeky author.