Friendly Persuasion
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Kara Collier just can't separate sex and serious relationships. What she needs is a lesson in the pleasures of sex without promises of forever. And who better to teach her than her commitment-shy--and hot--best friend, Ross Gabriel. Problem is, they know too much about each other to actually hit the sheets. Until the night he shows up dressed like a stranger, that is. Soon...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published September 20th 2010 by Harlequin Blaze (first published July 1st 2003)
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Judy
Apr 26, 2014 Judy rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Readers of Erotic Romance
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Friends to lovers is one of my favorite setups because it seems realistic. This is the story of Ross helping Kara to learn to enjoy sex without falling into habits of starting to nest and expect a wedding. Can they really do this and still be friends? The humor and sizzling sex build this engaging story until you are rooting for them to wake up and smell the Romance!!! Read it and see if and how things work out. You won't be sorry.
Diah Didi
I always love friends-to-lovers theme, although I didn't really like the idea experimenting things like Kara and Ross did.
Aside from that, there were couples of scenes I enjoyed. A specific scene even reminded me of my friend who gave this book to me. :D
Most of the time I got quiet annoyed reading about story of someone who's not the main character. I mean like, just put them in another book. But somehow I enjoyed about how Tina, Kara and Ross' friend, finally fell for Tom, the bartender, and T...more
elstaffe
Saw this book on an AAR list, but it took me a while to hunt it down. Strangely, I found that what I most enjoyed about this was the friendship/banter, rather than any of the romance stuff (strange because I found it through a list of romances).
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