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    Fun and Charming

    Cindi Madsen has done it again! She's brought us a wonderfully charming story with characters that will win your heart and a storyline that will have you smiling and swooning. Loved these characters and as always the writing is top notch. Definitely a book I recommend to everyone. Addie has always just been one of the guys in her group of friends. Her love of sports, poker, and comfortable clothes help her fit right in with the guys. Now that one of the group is getting married she finds herself as one of the groomsmen....err, groomspeople? With all the wedding duties she finds herself spending more and more time with Tucker and not minding it at all. Except she's starting to see him as more than just one of her besties. Not good. Not good at all. Starting anything at all with Tucker could ruin their friendship and change the whole group dynamic. Right?? Tucker disagrees and plans to prove to Addie they are worth the risk!
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    Sweet read

    Just one of the Groomsmen was a delightful and easy to read. This book was entertaining, sweet and charming. I enjoyed reading about the characters in this story. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you NetGalley and Entangled Publishing, LLC
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    Great read!

    I loved this book and could not put it down. In fact, I wasn't too busy at work and read some of it there (but don't tell my boss!). This small town in Alabama has a group of friends, 4 guys and 1 girl, that bonded and became the best of friends. Now one of them is getting married and it has brought back one friend to share in the celebration. Tucker doesn't know what hits him when he sees Addie's legs sticking out from under a car. All of a sudden, she is more than just one of the guys. The same holds true for Addie, something happens when she sees Tucker again and she tries to fight it but is losing that battle pretty quickly. This book moves along very quickly and I loved the interactions between all of the friends and then between Addie and Lexi (Shep's fiancee) especially when Lexi asks Addie's help in planning the wedding. Ummm, Addie has no idea about some of those but because Shep is one of her best friends, she will do whatever it takes to help out. The story is not without its ups and downs, misunderstandings, and crazy antics from all of the characters. It does show us that true friendship will go to any length to keep that sacred. This is one of my favorite books this year and major props to the author for only including a couple of f* bombs.
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    A Fabulous Friends First Romance

    When a story tugs at my emotions, it means I’ve really connected with the characters and their story. That’s exactly what happened with this book. It’s the story of a lifelong tomboy and her best friends –four guys who treat her like one of the guys. That is until one of the guys no longer wants to treat her like just one of the guys. It’s a well-written friends to more story, filled with the right amounts of true friendship, laughs, tears, romance and drama, in a small town where everyone knows your business. I loved all of the sassiness and banter between Addie and Tucker and rooted hard for them to succeed in crossing over permanently from the friend zone to the couple zone without damaging their perfect friendship circle. You’ll find yourself rooting for them, too. I received an ARC of this book and wrote my honest review voluntarily.
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    Awesome Book

    This for me is another win for Cindi Madsen. Really adored this book and the setting. Sweet, friends to lover story with humor and some funny awkward and also smexy stuff. I think what I like most about her books that they are light and fun and her characters are always relatable, both guys and girls. Also no matter how many times it has been done and written, in this case friends to lover, she always finds a new fresh sweet twist with each book. I loved both, Tucker a bit more than Addison but not by much, both stole my heart, Of course their surrounding cast was also amazing and equally important. Overall, a fun, sweet and sexy read that I really, really enjoyed. I rate it 5 ★
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