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    Fantastic swoony read that hooked me right away!

    Actual Rating 4.5 stars After reading Just Friends, I was a little worried going into More than Friends, but I couldn't have been more wrong! The story picks up where the last left off, but this time around, it's told mainly from Amanda's point of view (Tuttle's too, but I'll get to that in a bit). We do get resolution to the first book and all the characters we met in Just Friends make appearances again (some simply referenced, others actually interacting with our MC's), but all of that is second to the relationship unfolding between Amanda and Tuttle. Amanda was my favorite character from Just Friends and being in her head made her even more amazing. She is kind, considerate, loyal, and an all around good person and friend. I love that she doesn't want drama or to play games and stays true to herself. Her inner monologue was genuine and at times hilarious. I feel like Monica Murphy perfectly captured the mystery of the teenage girl. As the book progressed, I swooned with her, I rejoiced with her, I was confused with her, and my heart broke for her. Seriously, the author gives you the highest highs and the lowest lows in this one! Jordan. Oh, you sweet and tortured boy. I didn't care much for Jordan Tuttle in Just Friends, but I definitely got invested in him and Amanda after reading One Night. This book though, solidified my love for him. He's like a shell of a person going through the motions until he opens himself up to Amanda. He is definitely the most complex of all the characters in this series and I actually squealed when we finally got a chapter from his POV. Though I really enjoyed Amanda's POV, I would have LOVED to have read more Tuttle chapters. There is the usual teenage drama (it seemed a bit drawn out in the beginning of the book), but overall, it worked because it felt true to the characters. They're not wading through love triangles or squares. It's just Amanda and Jordan. They're battling their own insecurities and demons, and for better or worse, making decisions that they think are for the best. It was clear from the start where things were headed, but I still felt things ended pretty abruptly. Yes, the book ends with a cliffhanger (which the author apologized for in the acknowledgements!), but the silver lining is that there is still more story to tell between Amanda and Jordan and I cannot wait! I completely enjoyed this book and it's only because I wanted more Tuttle chapters and a less abrupt ending that this isn't a 5 star read for me, but it's pretty damn close! ;) If you didn't like Just Friends, don't give up yet! More than Friends is amazing and you won't regret reading it! *Many thanks to the author for providing this ARC free of charge*
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    Awesome

    This author is cruel! Very very cruel! Another cliffhanger with Amanda and Tuttle's relationship still up in the air. But what a fun and wild ride it was to get there. This is the second part of their story and it picks up right where book 1 Just Friends left off. Amanda is still dealing with all the changes in her life. People she thought were her friends aren't. Things she used to enjoy she doesn't anymore. And the attention of one very popular quarterback is just a bit unsettling. But he's so cute and really seems to like her. Can she trust that?? Can she balance everything going on and have a boyfriend?? Can she really trust that Tuttle wants to be with her and isn't just using her to get what he wants?? As she gets to know him she realizes his life may not be as perfect as it seems. He's just so off and on with her she can't take it anymore...... I need the next book .... NOW!! I highly recommend this one but read these in order to get the whole story.
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    Love this series!!

    I love this story. I read Just Friends first and loved every second of it. It was full of angst and drama. I loved reading about all the teenagers and the craziness that was going on in their lives. When it came to an end I couldn't wait to get my hands on the next installment. While waiting for More than Friends to come out I went and read One Night on Wattpad. Reading it gave me a better feel for all of the other characters. Where I had been invested in Emily, Dustin, Olivia and Ryan in book one, I was now wanting to know what was going to happen with 4-5 more characters. In More than Friends we get Jordan and Amanda's story. Not their whole story, but we see who they really are and how they feel about one another. I devoured this book as quickly as the first one. I loved Jordan, right now he said the only one of the boys I can honestly say that about. I think I like Dustin and I'm pretty sure I'm going to end up hating Ryan. This series is one of those that read like a television series. I feel like Monica Murphy could write 5-6 more books in the series for us to get the full story on all of the characters. I'm really enjoying it and can't wait for the next one. There's still so much to figure out.
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    Fantastic Teenage Romance!

    Wow! Loved this Angsty, Hot and sweet young adult romance. Well written with great character development. Written in dual points of view, giving us more insight into what makes these two tick. Loved their chemistry and the challenges of their young love. This will keep you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what will happen next. #Cuddle with Tuttle is Fantastic. Loved Jordan Tuttle the rich, hot, jock heart throb of high school who has a love them and leave them reputation, but who seems to only have eyes for the ex-band geek Amanda. But can this romance and feelings that he has for Amanda become the real thing. It scares him to think about how she challenges him like no other has ever done before her. Will this smart, confident, funny young girl, be able to keep the boy of her dreams? Will she even want to? You will want to read this intense teen drama to find out. Be warned danger ahead in the form of a cliffhanger. I need more now and so will you! I voluntarily read and reviewed this advance review copy.
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    I want to cuddle with Tuttle

    **I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review** Since reading One Night on Wattpad I've been addicted to Jordon and Amanda's story. So when I found out they were going to have a whole book dedicated to them I was super excited to read it. This book. Oh this book!! So. Many. Feels. Amanda is an ex-band "nerd" who got hurt by both her ex-boyfriend and her ex-best friend on the same night. It just so happens that on that night she also got wrapped up with Jordan Tuttle. Jordan Tuttle is a mystery to everyone and everyone wants a piece of Tuttle. The girls want him to be theirs and the boys want to party at this house. Jordan doesn't like to let anyone in but he wants Amanda. Badly. Watching these two go back-and-forth was exciting and frustrating. Exciting because I could relate to Amanda on so many levels. Her insecurity, jealousy and hesitation when it came to Jordan were understandable. Frustrating because it felt like the cliche: one step forward, two steps back. Once things got going, something (or someone) would cause them to go off course. I really hope these two get their acts together because they are now my most favourite couple. I hope Amanda gets to #cuddlewithtuttle more.
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