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Craving His Best Friend’s Ex by Katherine Garbera #Review #Romance #Contemporary

Title: Craving His Best Friend’s Ex

Author: Katherine Garbera

Publisher: Harlequin Desire

Published: August 1st, 2018  

Rating: 3.5/

This is a second chance romance where Ethan Carothers has been friends with Crissanne Moss for years as she was his best frind’s girlfriend and then wife. Now she’s his ex and she’s one to Ethan for help. The problem is that he’s always been attracted to her, even before his friend asked her out he’d been planning to do so. However, since his friend goasked her first, he’s always buried his attraction to her. Now she’s single again, will he be able to resist – and what how will she react?

The problem with reviewing this story is really endeavouring not to give major spoilers away – but I’ll just say I was so annoyed with one of the characters!!!! I hope you’ll realise who and why if you read it yourself. That character’s attitude and behaviour was just so selfish and manipulating-grrr! Others are so much better and deserve greater respect and care …. I daren’t say more in case I reveal anything that might spoil your own enjoyment of the story. This is likely to appeal to anyone who enjoys contemporary second chance romances with an added twist.

I requested and was gifted a copy of this book via NetGalley. This is my honest review after choosing to read it

Synopsis

USA TODAY bestselling author

Heartbreak gives her only one place to turn…

the arms of a forbidden man.

Until now, Crissanne Moss has been off-limits. As his best friend’s significant other, she is Ethan Caruthers’s friend, too. So he’s always snuffed out any spark between them. Now Crissanne is single and seeking comfort. Ethan is happy to give her all she needs—and desires. But can their friendship truly become more when one explosive revelation changes everything?

 

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