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Just Friends by [Murphy, Monica]
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"Drama, drama, drama - you know you love it! And Monica brings it in this super sexy and refreshing, un-put-down-able YA!!" ―Rachel Van Dyken, #1 New York Times bestselling author

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"Drama, drama, drama - you know you love it! And Monica brings it in this super sexy and refreshing, un-put-down-able YA!!" Rachel Van Dyken, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

With friends like these...

It’s the end of summer. Just before I start senior year with my two best friends in the whole world. Dustin and Emily are everything to me. We’ve been inseparable since middle school, and when we’re together, nothing can go wrong.

But things aren’t always what they seem. Em’s turned into a drunken mess who parties too much. Dustin and I have hooked up a few times—and now he’s ready to take our relationship to the next level. Yet I’m not sure I want things to change. I’m scared if I take it any further with Dustin, our friendship will be ruined forever. Then there’s Ryan. The new guy. He’s hot. He flirts way too much. And Em has totally set her sights on him.

So when my best friend betrays me in the worst possible way, guess who’s there to help me pick up the pieces of my broken heart? Ryan. But he’s so confusing. Annoying. Sweet. Sexy. I want to trust him, yet he makes it so hard. What I really want is for everything to go back to the way it was before.

Before I found out that best friends make the worst kind of enemies.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4671 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 194552202X
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: EM Publishing (Sept. 13 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01KSHL0BM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,679 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book started out with an interesting premise, and I liked the author's style of writing, but the characters are pretty flat and a lot of the book is downright tropey. Oliva is torn between her best friend and the hot new guy at school, Ryan. Ryan has zero personality other than "he's hot" and plays football. His dialogue is nothing more than talking sexual innuendos with Olivia. He's already fooled around with her other best friend all summer, and is suspected of cheating on Olivia with others, yet she continues to worship the ground he walks on. Then again, Olivia is a piece of work herself, constantly criticizing every blonde bimbo cheerleader who even so much as looks at Ryan. I'm just tired of high schools being portrayed like 1980s movies: the mean cheerleaders, the over-sexed jocks, the nerdy band members. This is also one of those stories where the plot runs on the fact that no one stops and actually talks to one another, but then again the story would've wrapped up in the first couple of chapters so I guess something was needed to chug this train wreck along. Then the story ends on a cliff hanger, with Olivia unsure whether to be with Ryan or Dustin (the best friend). It literally stops in the middle of a scene. I checked out the reviews for the next couple of books in the series. They both revolve around a completely different couple, but apparently Olivia's love triangle is never completely resolved. If you're going to write a book or series, please wrap up with an actually ending.
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This amazing novel is a story about the true test of friendships over time & can they survive betrayal. This novel revolves around Olivia and her two best friends Emily and Dustin. This novel is very well written and developed with no plot-holes. The character's are realistic with real emotions and flaws. Although the character's can be agravating and you want to just knock some sense into them you will enjoy reading about them. This book has a a lot of secrets & lies that will keep you captivated. This book is also full of drama. I was hooked right from the beginning till the end and it left me wanting more. I highly recommend reading this book as you will not be disappointed. I am so excited to read the next book in this amazing series. Trust me the cliffhanger is definitely worth the wait. I given a free copy in exchange for a honest review.
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If anyone could make me enjoy a YA Contemporary based on a love triangle, it's Monica Murphy.

Her stories always have great twists and characters that I love reading about so I knew this story had the potential to impress me.

And for the most part, I did enjoy this novel. I think my hesitancy to start this novel helped a lot. I went in with very low expectations and just let the novel take me where it goes.

While the love triangle is a huge focus of this novel, it is also a coming of age story as well. And boy does Olivia need to grow up a bit...

I feel like a lot of readers won't like her given her attitude at times. I hate to say it, but she's your typical YA heroine in a contemporary: one who can't make up her mind and is often petty. It's annoying for sure and I think that'll annoy a lot of readers. I--surprisingly--sympathized a bit with her. I understood her stance on most things once everything gets revealed but I did roll my eyes at time. She's a little all over the place in how she handles everything but I cut her some slack as the story progressed.

Once more characters--and their potential romantic relationships--are brought to light, everything gets a little more interesting. Amanda's story in particular really grabbed my attention and I can't wait to read more about that in the next novel.

And just as everything was building and some potential twists were laid down, the novel ends a little abruptly. I'm super curious to see how everything plays out because I really want to know how it all wraps up.

Especially the love triangle. I wasn't a fan of either choice in the the start but as I neared the end, I started to lean to one side more than the other...so I can't wait for that to be resolved.

**I received a copy of this book from YA Bound Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and not influenced by my source.**
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I won't lie, this book is addicting. I kept reading chapter after chapter wanting to know where it would end. I wanted to know what more could happen to the characters. I needed to know who would end up crying, mad or happy.

But... The characters all annoyed me. Olivia, Emily, Ryan and Dustin got on my nerves so much that it was quite irratating. I was hoping that by the end of the book, I would at least love one of them, but no.

I tried not to judge because they are teenagers, but at last, I couldn't stop it. They act like babies whenever it doesn't work like this. They turn mean whenever they don't get what they want. And it's a constant battle about who will get with who.

Olivia annoyed me mostly because she can't seem to really make up her mind about what or more accurately, who she wants. Sometimes, I had hope she would actually mature, but in the next chapter, she came back to her old ways.

Emily is obviously in need of attention throughout the whole book. I was really hoping to see that perhaps, she had something to add to why she does, but nothing.

Dustin didn't annoy me as much as the girls, but I really found him annoying. In the end, I will admit that even if I didn't love him, I liked him just a little more when he finally made a mature move.

Ryan was the boy that probably started the whole drama between the three best friends. He is cocky and he knows he's handsome and every girl wants him. I don't know whether he really likes Olivia or he just wants to get into her pants, but honestly, I don't care much about it. His character didn't call to me so whether he ends up with Olivia or anyone else, at this point of the series, I don't really care about him.
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