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MORE THAN A FRIEND BY NIC STARR REVIEW:


HEY GUYS, I AM HERE WITH MY GIRL MARI AND HER REVIEW OF MORE THAN A FRIEND; MORE THAN 2; BY NIC STARR. BELOW IS HER REVIEW AND LINKS FOR THIS ONE: LET'S TAKE A LOOK:



I LOVE THIS QUOTE MARI CHOSE: HERE IS HER REVIEW: 


                        More Than A Friend (More Than 2) by: Nic Starr     
                                                      reviewed by: Marinieves



Tim Walker is a free man. He’s broken up with his girlfriend and is ready to move on to a new relationship. But the relationship he wants to pursue is fraught with challenges. Firstly, Scott Richardson is a man, and only Tim’s closest friends know Tim’s bisexual. Secondly, everyone knows Scott relishes the single life. And then there’s the big one: Scott is the younger brother of Tim’s best friend, Paul. 

Scott can’t deny an attraction to his brother’s friend Tim. Lean, dark blond, and blue-eyed, Tim is hot and hard not to notice—especially since Scott and Tim work together. Too bad the man is straight, and too bad Scott worries how Paul will react if Scott hooks up with his best friend. 

Tim and Scott want to see if there’s a chance for more than friendship between them, but neither of them wants to lose Paul. Together, they must find the courage to follow their hearts and find a way to have it all.




First I want to start this review by saying that I truly enjoyed the first book of this series too , More than a Superstar.  It is the perfect place to learn more about the characters in this book. 

Scott and Tim have known each other for a long time. They work together,  are friends and Scott's brother Paul is Tim's best friend.  I wanted to just clarify that if you decide to read this book as stand alone.  

Then to my review  .... 

Nic Starr has written another great book. The tone and story of this one is different from what I have read from her, but nonetheless excellent.  

I like the way the story flows through each page. You get to  know Scott and Tim better ... their friendship,  expectations and fears before deciding to move into another phase of the same.  

Always putting each other first and foremost wanting to make sure that they could build something without ruining their friendship and asking for the acceptance of their friends.  

The worst fear of losing Paul .... made them hesitate but .... Always hopeful of the future.  

I really like this book ... easy read ....


                                                      the 4.5 tiramisu cake rating :)

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THANKS FOR JOINING ME FOR THIS REVIEW OF MORE THAN A FRIEND, AND THANK YOU MARI FOR ANOTHER GREAT JOB DONE! SEE YOU GUYS NEXT TIME!!