Our Book Review – Falling For My Best Friend Part Two – Sharon Cummin

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** Provided on behalf of the author for an honest review **
** Review written by Kylie from Bloggers From Down Under **

In the second instalment of Falling for my Best Friend, it’s the morning after the night before. Sam has given herself to James, but James now has regrets. They’re best friends, and that’s how they should stay.

When Sam moves away to college, she’s hoping to have the whole college experience, parties, boys and an all round fantastic time. What she finds is, she’s refusing every party invitation, instead spending her time studying and thinking about James. She still makes it home every week for their games, not that James notices her there.

At the same time James is beginning to realise that he needs Sam in his life, that he really misses her, and maybe what they did together wasn’t such a bad thing.

It’s one night after the final home game, that he drives the hour to Sam’s dorm, to tell her his feelings for her.

When he can’t find her, he phones her up, only to find she’s at some party, with some random guys hands all over her.

The story ends with no ending!! It’s the perfect ending to begin the next instalment.

I must say I was a bit apprehensive to continue on with this story, as the first really did nothing for me. But I’m glad I did. While it’s not the “perfect”story, it is a simple story of boy and girl who really do love each other, but for some reason keep screwing things up. Neither of them want to reveal their true feelings………..

Bring on part 3!!! I’m eager to see how their story ends.

4/5 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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