One Night with her Best Friend (One Night Novellas #1) by Noelle Adams


One Night with her Best Friend

Synopsis:

It just took fourteen years...and one hot night.

After growing up with an unstable father, Kate has always prided herself on her organized and well-planned life. She's secure now with a good job and an impressive boyfriend. And with Aaron, her best friend since high school.

Aaron might be smart, funny, and sexy, but he has never been anything more than a friend. Kate will never risk her stable world and her closest relationship by turning the friendship into romance. It doesn't matter how irresistible she's starting to find him, she still intends to resist.

But then everything changes in only one night...

Review:

One Night with her Best Friend was a fun, cute novella. The story moves fairly quickly, but you get to know the characters and it was just a cute read.

Kate and Aaron have been friends forever. Kate moved around a lot when she was younger. Her dad was not the most stable person and now she needs structure and stability and likes having everything planned out in detail. She knows where she wants her life to go and the type of person she wants to go there with. She is dating this guy, has been for a month, and he checks all her boxes so she thinks it is going great. Sure she doesn't seem to be really in love or anything, but he is what she thinks she needs. Safe, stable, no risk.

Aaron is more laid back. He is kind of the opposite of Kate, but they have always been there for each other. Aaron obviously likes Kate as more than a friend, but she doesn't realize it. Then one night everything changes and it was hot and just fun. I really liked the two of them together and figuring out how to change from just friends to more was a bit tricky for Kate. It moves quickly, but it makes sense at the same time. I liked them both, think they are perfect for each other, and it was just a great read.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

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