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    Awesome

    LOVED, loved, loved! This is a fabulous friends to lovers story with the added bonus of seeing all my Oxford/Stiletto favorites. Humor filled, fun, and sexy is what comes to mind to describe this book. When his best friend Brit Robbins asks Hunter Cross to help with her dating woes what else can he do but say sure why not. One fake date and Hunter knows nothing but trouble can come from this arrangement. Now how to get out of it without ruining the friendship. Is that what he wants? What does Brit really want? Don't miss this one. I highly recommend it.
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    Really hot best friends to lovers story

    I realized a couple of chapters into this book that I had read one of the previous Oxford series novels (I Wish You Were Mine) but obviously it didn't leave quite the impression on me that this one did. I Think I Love You is a really hot best friends to lovers story about Brit and Hunter. Of course when Brit asks Hunter to be her love coach you know exactly where this book is headed. It's still a a lot of fun watching it unfold. The cast of supporting character from the previous books add some fun to the mix as well. If you are a fan of the friends to lovers trope then this one is definitely worth checking out even as a stand alone. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    I Definitely Loved This Book!

    *An ARC of, I Think I Love You, was provided by the publisher via NetGalley for an honest review, no compensation was given.* One forever friend zoned girl ✅ One serial dater ✅ Two best friends ✅ A group of crazy friends ✅ What happens when you put all those together, a disaster in the making or the perfect HEA? I Think I love You is an adorable friends to lovers romantic comedy that drew me in from the first page. Brit and Hunter have been best friends for six years, Brit can't understand why she can't seem to keep a guy interested past the third date. So she asks her BFF, Hunter, to teach her the art of seduction. Hunter reluctantly agrees to help her and that's when all the fun begins. I really enjoyed the witty banner between these two characters, and how they navigated, each in their own way, their new found romance. This is the first book I have read in this series and this book definitely makes me want to read the entire series. I whole heartedly recommend this book.
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    fun romance

    I Think I Love You is a fun, humorous romance. Brit is having a problem finding a relationship that has a spark. Hunter is a player who has his choice of women. They happen to be BFF. Brit wants to understand what she's doing wrong, so she convinces Hunter to be her coach to help her find a relationship with spark. As they go on practice dates and seductions, they both forget that they're just practicing, but neither wants the other to know, because they don't want to ruin their friendship. Very entertaining and light-hearted read. I really enjoyed it!
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    Can best friends become lovers and have a future ?

    I the last book of her Stiletto and Oxford series, Lauren Layne doesn't disappoint. Hunter and Brit have been friends since the beginning. Brit is tired of being alone. As she sees her friends find that someone special. She blames it on herself that she's still single. So why not ask her best friend Hunter to help. She needs to push past that friend zone with guys. As he starts to teach her how to seduce a guy, something is off. Watching Brit with other guys starts to bother him. Slowly he sees he wants to be the one she catches. But as things progress and obstacles are thrown at them will they be able to be together. Can best friends end up in love? And if you like this book I suggest you read them all their good stand alone but the series is great.
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