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    The perfect mix of friendship and romance

    When I first opened up this book, I knew I would love it. I’ve read my fair share of contemporary books and I can honestly say that Better off Friends is unique and nothing like I’ve read before. Basically, Better Off Friends is easily one of my favourite reads of 2014 and possibly ever. I recommend this one to contemporary lovers in a heartbeat. Let me summarize the book for you. In gist, it’s basically a story about two friends, a boy and a girl. People are always asking them if they’re a couple but to be honest, they’ve been friends at first sight. But now they’re wondering, should they risk their friendship or are they better off friends? *cue the dramatic music* If you haven’t guessed it, I loved this book. The writing style was awesome and I loved the chat-style chapters in between actual chapters (if that makes sense). I also loved that the book had dual POV which made it freakin’ awesome. And by now you’re probably thinking “Yes Shelly, we get it. It’s awesome” but too bad because I’ll keep repeating it anyway. Our main characters were pretty spectacular. I loved their friendship and seeing how it progressed from when they first met in grade 7. I loved Levi (our male character) because of his distinct personality and some cluelessness while I only liked Macallan. Which isn’t a bad thing. I just though Macallan could have handled some situations better and with a bit of grace. I completely understand why she did all of said horrible actions but dammit, I was annoyed. I loved their puns, inside jokes and just plain cuteness. The ship basically sails itself. In general, Better Off Friends is an awesome book that I highly recommend to fans of cute romances/contemporary novels. I definitely loved this book and I will keep forcing everyone to read it. You have been warned.

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