Frenemies


by
Megan Crane

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 304 pages

File size: 2 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Everyone knows that girl. The one who effortlessly attracts the eyes of every guy in the room, doesn’t seem to need girlfriends and never gives any thought to her appearance – no need, it’s always perfect. But what happens when that girl is your college roommate and she has her eye on the love of your life?

Gus Curtis approaches the big three-o with a plan to usher herself painlessly into official adulthood. But then she walks in on her perfect boyfriend lip-locked with one of her oldest friends. When she loses most of her dignity in attempts to win him back, her two best friends finally lose patience with her and she finds herself seeking consolation in the arms of the one boy she really should stay away from. Gus realises she needs to do some growing up – and fast.

Frenemies is impossible to put down, it’s funny, honest and the love interest is a true Mr Darcy. This is feel-good fiction at its best.

Everyone knows that girl. The one who effortlessly attracts the eyes of every guy in the room, doesn’t seem to need girlfriends and never gives any thought to her appearance – no need, it’s always perfect. But what happens when that girl is your college roommate and she has her eye on the love of your life?

Gus Curtis approaches the big three-o with a plan to usher herself painlessly into official adulthood. But then she walks in on her perfect boyfriend lip-locked… (more)

Everyone knows that girl. The one who effortlessly attracts the eyes of every guy in the room, doesn’t seem to need girlfriends and never gives any thought to her appearance – no need, it’s always perfect. But what happens when that girl is your college roommate and she has her eye on the love of your life?

Gus Curtis approaches the big three-o with a plan to usher herself painlessly into official adulthood. But then she walks in on her perfect boyfriend lip-locked with one of her oldest friends. When she loses most of her dignity in attempts to win him back, her two best friends finally lose patience with her and she finds herself seeking consolation in the arms of the one boy she really should stay away from. Gus realises she needs to do some growing up – and fast.

Frenemies is impossible to put down, it’s funny, honest and the love interest is a true Mr Darcy. This is feel-good fiction at its best.

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