Rating: Buy It
I’m worried that I will fall for my best friend’s ex-boyfriend, her former everything and that terrifies me.
BUY IT. BUY IT. BUY IT. BUY IT. BUY IT.
I could do that all day—make an entire review out of it—because I feel so strongly about it. You simply have to buy and read My Best Friend’s Ex by Meghan Quinn. You have to.
If you don’t you’ll miss the ultimate, amazing, exceptional, heartbreakingly perfect book boyfriend that is Tucker Jameson, and good grief, that’d be a cryin’ shame.
You guys, I am so in love with Tucker. I don’t say this lightly, but… he is my new top BBF, and I will fight you if you try to take him from me (though I am more than happy to share, because, well, he’s perfect. I might have mentioned that?). He’s beautifully broken, brooding and oh, so talented, and feels, feels, feels.
Does this review even make sense? Possibly not, and for that, I apologize. It’s just that ever since I read (and loved) Co-WRECKER, I’ve been shipping Tucker + Emma. I mentioned it in my review, crossed all my crossables—fingers, toes, arms, eyes, legs—and then waited.
Waited for the gloriousness that is My Best Friend’s Ex. For the laugh-out-loud humor, for the dirty, delicious sex, for the perfectly balanced slow burn, for the mix of friends-to-lovers + forbidden love…
And for the soul-rendering ache that, oh, rendered my goddamn soul.
I waited for the whimsically fun Emma—a deserving, adorable heroine—and for my perfect Tucker. But you don’t have to. You can and you should buy My Best Friend’s Ex and you should do it right now.
“I never knew the girl who used to scold me for peeing off a back porch would be the girl who would flip my world upside down.”