How do you date your best friend’s sister? Easy.
Step one: Pretend you want her to set you up with someone else. That will bring the two of you closer.
Step two: Go on date with lots of random women, proceed to get stupid drunk and talk about your best friend’s sister, thus gaining the courage to finally make a move.
Step three: Randomly show up at her apartment and confess your love. Women love that, right?
It all seemed so simple. A fool-proof three step process that will guarantee the love of you life to fall madly in love with you.
At least–that’s what I thought was going to happen. But my attempts to win over Julia Westin backfired in more ways than I can count. The thing about Julia? She’s smart–really smart–and her wicked gaze cuts through all the charm I’ve tried slinging her way. She’s not interested in games, my gifts, or my stories. She might want me too; but she’s not giving in that easy…
I read the blurb for The Secret to Dating Your Best Friend’s Sister and I knew that Meghan Quinn writes fantastic books, I was really anticipating a fantastic read. But for me, the reality did not meet the expectations.
Bram is an overgrown frat boy that is in love with his Best Friend’s Sister and has held on to this crush for 10 years! But it wasn’t like he was staying at home waiting for the day he could tell her. By his own admission he had lots of one night stands. But, when he did decide to go after Julia, he was all in.
I really don’t know how to explain my feelings for Julia. She definitely had some growing up to do. She was so rigid in all aspects of her life that it was hard for me to like her. I don’t care how cute someone is in tube socks.
There was definitely chemistry between the two and Ms. Quinn’s writing brings that out. I have to admit I was intrigued by some of the side characters. 3 Stars #2OCCMS
USA Today Bestselling Author, wife, adoptive mother, and peanut butter lover. Author of romantic comedies and contemporary romance, Meghan Quinn brings readers the perfect combination of heart, humor, and heat in every book.