Are you in the friendzone? When a girl tells a guy that he's only a friend, the chances of a romance are slim to none. At least that used to be the case...now Suze Robinson has a hot new story about two friends who sizzle up the pages!
What happens when you fall for your best friend just in time to lose her?
Molly is a pastry chef with a dedicated path to running a kitchen in New York to escape the looming shadow of never being enough in her father’s kitchen.
Adam is a math teacher with a commitment to his family and their small seaside hometown. Leaving home just isn’t something he can do; not when so many people rely on him.
They are roommates and best friends who were always together... until things shift out of the friend zone. Once they find out their time together is limited, and an undeniable chemistry is unleashed, how will they figure out how to move forward as just friends?
My gaze trails down her toned legs. She’s always loved to run to clear her mind, and it shows.
I need to place her securely back in the friend zone where my mind doesn’t wander to her body.
“Adam? Are you even listening to me?”
My eyes snap up to her blue ones, and I catch her soft pink lips rising in a smirk. “Those kids wore you out today, didn’t they? Go change and get comfortable, and I’ll start some dinner. Or have you eaten already?”
“I haven’t.” I don’t correct her. Sure, my class was rambunctious as any set of ninth-graders can be, but it’s her distracting me. My thoughts are wild tonight when I see those legs of hers and imagine them wrapped around my waist. I shake off the thought and blame it on Margo and her heated words to me tonight. She said my relationship with Molly is something more than just friendship.
We’ve always been together, and she’s my best friend. We’ve never explored anything on a physical level though. Early on, I found her attractive and had thoughts, like any man would, but she was with Nathan then, and he was my childhood best friend.
Molly and I have the perfect friendship now, one I won’t risk losing. My track record with women isn’t great, as tonight shows.