Review: Just Friends by Sam Crescent

Just Friends by Sam Crescent
Release Date: March 13, 2013
Publisher:  Evernight  Publishing
Pages: 105
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review

They’d been friends throughout childhood but could they be lovers?

Leah, Chase and Mitch were the best of friends since they were young children. Nothing and no-one could tear them apart. Leah knows she is in love with her two friends. She never acted on it though for fear of destroying their friendship.

When they were younger, Chase and Mitch fought over who would have Leah. They agreed they would never make her choose between them.

One night after to many cocktails, Leah wakes up, naked in bed with Mitch. The commotion brings Chase to the bedroom. She has slept with both of her friends, the only problem is…she can’t remember any of it.

 

Review: I saw this book and had to read it. I really loved the cover. The purple just drew my eyes and it just helped that she was between two sexy men.

I loved all three of these characters. They all care for each other and you can feel it from the way they treat each other. Chase and Mitch really love Leah and have finally decided instead of making her chose and fighting over her that they will share her. If only things had came through instead of waiting on a night that Leah got drunk and decided to play spin the bottle. To say that she doesn’t remember what happened that night is the tough part for both men. That all changes when she finds out that she’s pregnant and the guys tell her how they feel. I have to say that I really love Mitch’s dad. He is the one that helped the boys realize that they can all three make a relationship work between them. He is a man that sticks by his child and the decisions that he makes.

The story was well written and made me fall in love with each one. It would be hard to pick between Chase and Mitch and I am glad that she didn’t have to choose between them. I couldn’t imagine having the best night of my life and having my dreams come true only to realize that I didn’t remember none of it. Leah seemed to take it in stride and wouldn’t show anyone that it really bothered her. It was great to see that all of them made a commitment to each other and no one cared who the child belonged to. That is something that I love seeing in the story. I hate not knowing who the father is but I did realize that I did get to find out in the end and I’m not giving that little secret away.

I have really enjoyed reading books by this author and I just fall more in love with everyone of her stories that I read. If I was asked which one was my favorite there would be no way that I could do that. I would just say that this is one of my favorite authors and that everyone just needs to read her books and decide for themselves. I highly recommend every single one of her books.