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(Payne Brothers #2)

4.08  ·  Rating details ·  524 ratings  ·  123 reviews
He’s the man you love to hate…

And hate to love…

Julian’s the kind of sexy that demands a cigarette before sex.

He’s the whip and the cream on top of my chocolate sundae.

Hell, he’s the only man worth the fancy underwear in my panty drawer. But suddenly, the thong isn’t the only pain in my @ss.

He’s rude. He’s arrogant. And he’s the single greatest threat to my job.

Kindle Edition, 274 pages
Published March 7th 2018
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Rosie J.
Mar 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Romance Lovers
I loved it. Review to follow soon.
Mar 28, 2018 rated it did not like it
Shelves: dnf
While the first meet between Micah and Julian might have been funny (in a twisted way since she's having a really bad day at work and now finds herself covered in mud), ultimately I just didn't like these characters enough to continue the story.
Michele McMullen
Mar 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Micah and Julian , oh my I love a good enemies to lovers tale and Boyfrenemy was that and so much more.
Micah is a gal that has lived most of her life in the big city. She has now found herself working in small town government in a little place where everyone knows anyone! She has the power and knowledge to grant the expansions of small town business in this little town. She is a rule follower with a brilliant business sense and will not be swayed by a handsome face or back down from an argument.
Karen's Bookshelf
Mar 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Julian and Micah always seem to rub each other the wrong way. To bad they need each other to reach their individual goals. They need to learn to put aside their differences to achieve what they want, or in the end will what they want is each other?
Julian and Micah are true opposites but are a perfect example of why opposites attract. These two can't seem to be in the same space without fireworks going off. This story is mix of undeniable attraction between two of the most stubborn people, add in
Mar 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
What happens when an uptight City girl has the say over whether a country farm boy can move forward with his family's farm renovations? Well of course they hop in the sack together. Some crazy antics, towns folk and family are all thrown in to this whirlwind of a story. You also get a glimpse at each of the siblings to find out what their personalities are and make you hungry to read their story.
Isha Coleman
Mar 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: first-reads
It's a thin line between, love, hate and lust. Boyfrenemy goes beyond toeing that line. Julian and Micah are hotter than an inferno. Their battles are epic, the attraction is nuclear and the consequences are fatal. To the heart of course. The war was never the draw. That comes from watching the mighty fall. Humorous, hearty fun.
Apr 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Love everything about this book. Love the heat; love the chemistry between Julian and Micah. Great plot, great story, awesome read! Just what we’ve come to expect from Sosie Frost.
Kashi Ashley  Lowe
Mar 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ir
. My rating speaks for itself ...more
TaQuanda Taylor
Sep 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
I liked it

I enjoyed this story. Can't wait to dive into the next. Kind of wanted a lead up to book three like at the end oh book one.
Space Cowgirl
Mar 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Romantic Comedy Masterpiece!

Everything she ever wanted was nine hard inches of uninhibition!
What a fun, sexy, innuendo filled romp through the country side around the small, fictional town of Butterpond!

I absolutely loved this sweet, and wonderfully written book! It's a Masterpiece of Romantic Comedy!

Micah Robinson works for the city, in building permits and zoning . She attempts to contact Julian Payne, a land owner whose barn has burned down.

She has determined he cannot rebuild without permits
Reviews from the Heart (Kimberly Anne)
4.5 stars

I loved this book!! I didn't realize until I sat down to write this that this is book two in the series. It read as a complete standalone and I did not for one second feel like I was missing anything. But, I will be going back to read book one.

I loved Micah and Julian. I loved the way they loved. I loved the way they hated. I especially loved the way they fought. The banter between these two was perfect! They had me laughing from beginning to end and left me with a big smile on my face.
Valeen Robertson (Live Thru Books Blog)
Boyfrenemy is a deliciously witty enemies to lovers romance.

When Julian meets the person who stands in his way of rebuilding his barn (his dreams), he doesn't expect her to be a beautiful, mud covered woman. Let's just say their meeting wasn't exactly solicitous, but soon enough the two are rolling around in bed and knocking Micah up. Oops! And when Julian realizes he has feelings for the contrary pain in his rear end, how does Micah react? Not well unfortunately. Thank God Julian has a plan to
Linda Barrett
Mar 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Boyfrenemy is the second book in the Payne brothers series but can be read as a standalone.
Micah and Julian's story is an absolute fantastic book about enemies that turn into something so right but has a LOT of interesting things happen in between.
I think this is my new favourite Sosie Frost book.
I could feel her emotions written in her words and sense everything had gone into writing this book.
LG was credited in this book for inspiration,I would like to thank LG and Sosie for giving us a
Mar 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc-review
copy received for honest review
Micah is a woman who lives by rules and regulations. She must make sure every I is dotted and T is crossed. She has a life plan and nothing is going to get in her way. Especially a dirty talking, rule breaking cowboy with a broke down farm and a barn to build. Julian wants to make his farm work but he needs a barn. The barn goes again code and his only access is Micah. There first meeting is less than stellar but pretty funny. The start out hating each other but
Sara Oxton
Mar 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Boyfrenemy by Sosie Frost a funny and compelling five-star read, this is the second book in the Payne brothers series but they can be read as stand-alone, I have read and loved both so I may be bias. As I would say read both but I love a series. The chemistry and friction between the main characters Michah and Julian they really are straddling the line between love and hate and its not a little white picket version. I love a enemies to lovers story and this was a very good example, the writing ...more
Kelly DeMarco
Mar 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Enemies to lovers, stubborn fear and arrogance abound

Boyfrenemy by Sosie Frost is a classic case of opposites attracting, stubborn refusal and fear-driven decisions.
This book is literally half hilarious back and forth sexually charged insults and half hilarious grudgingly accepting the sexually charged attraction.
Julian Payne, the town’s favored son, is arrogant, frustrating, condescending and then eventually sweet (subtly) and protective. Micah, a head-strong, fiercely independent and driven
Cherryl Montgomery
Mar 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
Things don't always go as planned!

That is what Micah Robinson and Julian Payne found out fast and in a hurry. Their first meeting was less than stellar and everything that could go wrong did. Even their second chance meeting in the local bar went the same way, but that third time in Micah's office was explosive and set the stage for the rest of their lives. They could not stand each other and at the same time they were sooooooo unexplainably drawn to each other. Jules found himself doing
Jackie Bragg
Mar 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
laughed so much

Sosie, Sosie, Sosie.
This book was way funnier then Babyjacked. I loved the chemistry and the dialogue between Rem and Cassi, But Jules and Micah story started with a Bang Literally(So much Mud ) These two had me laughing So hard I almost fell off my bed. I truly enjoyed the back in forth of thier little Sexual interplay with each other. Especially when she was trying to tell him she was pregnant. Your corn dog... and my funnel cake accidentally deep fried an Oreo,.And his reply:
Laverne Brewster
May 16, 2018 rated it it was ok
1.50 Stars. This story is awful. Awful. Awful. This is not a story about the reacquaintance of long ago adverseres nor ‘insta-hate’ between newly introduced strangers; it is errand slap stick comedy-period. Micah Robinson meets Julian Payne when she comes to his family’s farm in her capicity as the county auditor to advise him of what is needed in order for him to be grant a permit to rebuild the barn that was burned down in the first book of this series. She’s a bougie kind of girl and he’s a ...more
Mar 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Hate to love

This is the second book in the Payne brother series and it was a fun read. I would recommend reading the first book before this one because it sets up the story and if you don't read you will miss out on understanding the characters emotions and reasons for doing certain things. We have Julian and Micah in this story and omg the banter between these 2 was fun to read. While the banter is funny this book still makes you feel up and downs and keeps you wanting to know who it will all
Tiffani Chandler
Apr 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
Julian and Micah - Good

Boyfrenemy was a really good addition to the Payne Brothers Romance. Julian was the guilt ridden patriarch of his siblings fighting to hold onto the family farm that nobody wanted. Micah was a career-oriented woman with a meticulous plan for her life. The overall plot is typical of romance novels which is why we love to read them. The charactersa interactions kept me reading even though Micah had character flaws that I didn’t find appealing but that made her human. The
Jan 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing
When is the movie coming out. Wow. I want tickets

I read the first book babyjacked and fell in love with the characters. But with Boyfrenemy...WOW. There was not one part I didn't enjoy. I was taken to several different emotions. The passion was raw and real. The confrontational conversation between the to main characters Micah and Julian had me laughing in tears. And the the conversation with the PAYNE sibling hurt my sides. I could even try to sneak and read at work because of laughing so damn
evette w
Mar 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A Good Good Time Was Had!

Every time I read something from this writer I know it's going to be an adventure!Th is such a good story you are going to be immediately captured.The writer as usual weaves such a wonderful story that you are going to hate that it has to end.All the parts of a good old-fashioned romance is at work and you get every bit of the sizzling heat that jumps from the pages.The comedic timing is so spot on the you are j y st going to bust a gut and cry a few tears.This is good
Jan 05, 2020 added it
Shelves: 2020, dnf-2020, dnf
I mean :|

I know I don't care for "enemies to lovers" but that's generally what Sosie Frost writes and I've liked Frosts books - and I didn't get far but it was just too much.
Like... the heroine is ALWAYS so ridiculous TSTL in so many Frost books; and if you know me/my reading you know EVERY detail gets my attention, so WTF was with this 6" of mud that she had to "crawl through to get out of" - and it went to her knees.
Like ... I'm a shorty and my knees are well above 6" off the ground.

And then
Dec 16, 2018 rated it really liked it

Julian is a typical Payne man. They all have to accept they are only responsible for a fraction of what they think is wrong with their farm and family. This book started with the Julian and Micah interaction. The writing seemed forced at the start. The story got better and the depth of the plot grew. There are a few surprises that fueled the flames and build the heat level. This book is a good read that you will definitely enjoy!
Debra Spears
Mar 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The Payne’s

Such a thin line between love and hate! I laughed through this entire book. I’m not a big fan of a bunch of stories in one titled book but this was so enjoyable. All the stories were pretty darn good. I borrowed this and bought it midway. The Payne boys had me giggling. I know it’s only going to get a lil worse first. I enjoyed the third story It was also a good lil read. I really liked the HEA and I’m looking forward to the next book, series etc.
Camilla Baker
May 24, 2018 rated it did not like it

I was unable to finish this title considering that we are now in the day of the "Me Too" movement. The main male character was a despicable, sexist, albeit humorous, chauvinist pig who relentlessly sexually harassed the female heroine. There was nothing romantic about how he pursued this woman. I think authors of this genre need to bear in mind that sexual
harassment is not to be taken lightly, even in fiction.
T Van
Apr 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: owned-not-read
Kiss and then Kill and then Kiss Some More

It's an enemies-to-lovers story, where Micah the zoning officer, clashes with Payne patriarch and former football player, Julian-- and they clash over, and over, again. Both characters are utterly ridiculous stereotypes at the beginning, and the banter is more awkwardly fast, than witty. But as they both even out a bit, and more is revealed, it gets easier to root for them getting a happy ending.
Tenisha Brown
Dec 01, 2018 rated it it was ok
Just not cute

There is a alpha male and then there is a dick. He was a dick. The way he talked to her like she was beneath him and calling her a slut as foreplay was not ok. I liked some other books I read from her. Even if what happens around these women are just so extravagant. This book made me a wee bit mad with the conversation that happened often with the characters.
Brenda Holder
Apr 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
A Sweet and Sensual Interracial Romantic Comedy

Boyfrenemy: A Payne Brothers Romance is a sweet and sensual interracial romantic comedy that earned a rating of four stars. I enjoyed reading this book and found it to be humorous and sensual romance between Micah and Julian. I would recommend this to everyone who enjoys reading very good interracial romantic comedies.
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