Monday, October 21, 2013

Review ~ Friends to Lovers (Aisle Bound #3) by Christi Barth

As florist and co-owner of a successful Chicago wedding planning business, Daphne Lovell has been there for the happiest days of other people's lives. As for her own life? Well, it's hard to be perfectly happy when you're carrying a torch for your sexy, womanizing and oblivious best friend. So when the lights go out on New Year's Eve, she seizes the opportunity to kiss him senseless.

British expat Gibson Moore has a lot on his plate. The hotel he manages is being bought out, his family is crazy and someone just kissed him in the dark. When the lights go on, he searches the room, trying to find the mystery pair of lips. Only, he never thinks to ask the woman standing by his side. He's shocked when he discovers that Daphne is the woman he's been searching for. But Gib's also eager to act upon the attraction for her he's always fought to ignore.

It takes trust to move from friends to lovers, and as Gib's work situation worsens, he is no longer sure he can risk the friendship he relies on most. It's up to Daphne to convince him that some things are worth fighting for…
What an absolutely wonderful book. Gib and Daphne have been friends for years until a kiss on New Year's changed the rules. Gib was known as playboy, never committing, no relationships all because a bad relationship with his family. Gib truly a good person that had been burned. He was sexy, hardworking, strong, protective, loyal, caring, supportive, passionate, attentive and truly kind.

Daphne had lost a lot of her self-confidence, she didn't see herself as everyone else did, which was strong, successful, talented, funny, and caring. I found myself laughing out loud numerous times, especially at the banner between Daphne and Gib. This was truly a great romance story. I highly recommend this book and Can't wait for book 4.
Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.
Allyson 

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