Asher ‘Ghost’ Collins and Natalie Kovac shared a passionate night together. One neither of them can forget.
Why is it so hard for them to be around each other?
With no hope of the two getting along they decide to go their separate ways. And somehow end up closer than they’ve ever been.
Will friendship ever be enough for the pair?
I just want to begin my review by saying a few words about Author Belle Aurura. What a gem. I cannot begin to tell you how much I LOVE her as an author. Every single word she puts to paper is genius. She is so incredibly talented, she’s funny, witty, cares so much for her readers and bloggers and she is just all round totally awesome.
SQUEEE!!! This series is fast becoming one of my all time favs! Belle Aurora, you are AMAZING! Your words, your characters, your storytelling. Guys, this book has all the feels!! LOVED IT!
We meet Natalie and Asher ‘Ghost’ in book 1 ‘Friend-Zoned’, where a one night ridiculously hot, sexual encounter started one of the funniest story lines I have read in a book for a long time. According to Nat, it was a ‘moment’ shared between the two
“Ghost, whose real name is Asher, and I had a ‘moment’ last year. If a ‘moment’ includes being dragged down the hall of a club, having your panties ripped off, then being fucked on a conference table while you beg and scream for more, then, yes, we shared a moment.”
Agreeing to stay away from one another after that one night, the tension between Nat and Ghost is so obvious. Then Nat moves in next door to Ghost and things escalate. The constant banter between these two strong willed characters makes for a great read. They are always trying to out do one another and the sexual tension between them since that one night a year ago is so strong this neighbourly ‘friendship’ between them becomes hilarious to watch unfold.
The story is so incredibly well written. I absolutely love the way Belle Aurora has the characters talking to themselves throughout the book. It not only helps us understand the story, it’s also so funny to hear what goes on inside their heads when they’re not talking to each other.
“The man is insufferable. A total dickhead. No manners what-so-ever. None. So why can’t you stop thinking about his winkie? God. I suck.”
One of the best things about this series is the friendship circle. Poker nights, VIP’s at the boys’ night club. It really makes me a little depressed that I can’t hunt them down and join in their circle. This book series would make for a perfect movie – Hollywood take note – I would seriously watch it everyday just to ‘hang with my friends’, cause that’s what it felt like I was doing the entire time.
Belle Aurora has a way with words. Yes this book is incredibly funny and totally sexy, but its also deep and emotional. Nat and Asher’s relationship changes them both. It teaches them things about their relationship, as well as themselves, both have no idea how to love, and together, that kinda makes them perfect.
I absolutely love this book. Its beautiful, its deeply emotional yet hilarious in all the right places. Asher and Nat’s story is one of my favourites. Definitely a must read!