Published by Self-Published on 07/05/2016
“If you want to date me, all you need to do is say the word. I’d never let you go.”
I added Sage to my rugby club’s annual list of women who are off limits thinking I could protect her from the gorillas I play with. Aspen's a small town in the off season when the dating pool shrinks to the size of a melted snowflake. Never did I think I’d be the one to break the code and date her.
Even if it’s all for show. A wager between friends. An excuse to hang out with her more.
Nothing more than that.
Who agrees to date their best friend over a green smoothie? Apparently this girl right here.
Now the man-bun-sporting South African rugby god next door is my fake boyfriend. I need to rebuild my confidence after some poor dating decisions. Who could be better to fluff my ego than Aspen’s hottest bachelor?
This situation is a win-win.
This book left me with the goofiest smile on my face after reading the final page. This book is such a sweet and fun story. It reads really quickly and I enjoyed it from start to finish. I love the humor that Daisy brings to her books and this one was a perfect example of it. Her humor is witty and never over the top. It really lends itself to making the characters loveable and relatable. It’s endearing. Great, witty banter always steals my heart for some reason.
I loved both Lee and Sage’s characters. They had great chemistry together. Although I was sort of confused by their relationship in the beginning. I got the sense that they were friendly neighbors with a mutual attraction but more acquaintances than anything, so it was kind of jarring when they started referring to each other as their best friend. But it was a minor gear shift, and once I adjusted I was back on track. I think I must have just misread the relationship in the beginning.