Overdue by Miranda Elaine
October 5, 2020
Romantic Comedy/Contemporary Romance
Two best friends searching for their HEA!
Growing up, Griffin Thorne was the most annoying, adorable, and infuriating boy I’d ever met. I told myself I wanted nothing to do with him, but no matter how much I tried to hate him, that crazy boy somehow became my best friend.
As teenagers, we were inseparable. Despite the high school rumors, we never crossed any lines. Friends forever. That was our motto.
Griffin grew up to become a smoking hot firefighter and I got my dream job as the town librarian. Life was perfect. However, when tragedy strikes and we’re forced to move in together, our friendship is put to the biggest test yet.
Do I risk everything for the chance at an epic love? If I follow my heart, I could lose my best friend. But if it works, we could finally get our very own Happily Ever After
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Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08KSN85HP/
Amazon Universal: getbook.at/Overdue
“I loved you even when I didn’t like you.”
A cute and romantic friends to lovers romance. Loved each other for a while, just didn’t let each other in on the secret. Perfect lead characters of a town librarian and sexy firefighter – what more could you want? What seems like total opposites, they truly get each other. Wonderful secondary characters including Grandma Helen who is a scene stealer living her life to the fullest. Has emotion, spunk, reality, comic relief, and the needed HEA. An adorable and very well-done best friends to lovers romance.
Reviewed by Comfy chair Books/Lisa Reigel (November 20, 2020)
ARC provided by author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Miranda is a loving wife and barely surviving mother of three occasionally good kids. Her hobbies include lying to herself about the calories in donuts and banana pudding, as well as running out of excuses when procrastinating. She’s been an avid reader since she was a young girl. Whether she’s by the pool, curled up in bed, or hiding in the closet, as long as she has a book in her hands she’s happy.