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    Cute and Angsty YA Friends to Lovers Romance

    This was a cute and angsty YA contemporary romance! I'm a huge fan of the friends to lovers trope and there's nothing sweeter than best friends discovering what everyone else seems to have known all along. I am always impressed with how well Monica Murphy writes the teenage mind. She perfectly captures all the drama and insecurities of navigating high school. I enjoyed having both Josh and Eden's points of view and I felt like their voices were true and realistic for their ages. Yes, they're immature. Yes, they overreact. But they also feel passionately and deeply, because didn't we all when we were teenagers? Didn't it feel like the end of the world when our crush didn't notice us or if you didn't feel like you quite fit in? There were some very sweet and funny moments when these best friends start to see each other in a new light. It was predictable with some other boy/girl drama and the inevitable push away, but if you're looking for an easy and cute YA romance, you don't want to miss Saving It! *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book*
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    Great read

    A fun look at the trials teenagers go through when dealing with the angst and pressure of losing their V card. Eden Sumner and Josh Evans have been best friends forever. When Josh comes to Eden for help she knows she'll help but Eden's shocked when Josh reveals he wants her to help him find the person to lose his virginity to. As the search goes out it becomes clear that not just any girl will do. There's only one choice but convincing Eden may take a little work. A nicely done story that I highly recommend.
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    Sweet & Charming!

    A fantastic, cute, sweet, fun, and charming YA read. This story dealt with teenagers real life issues, giving you all the feels, sexual exploration, emotions and some light drama. I was captivated and thoroughly enjoyed this story in one sitting. Such a well written story about the lives of some high school seniors that have been best friends since middle school. Monica Murphy has quickly become the Queen of this genre in my opinion. Eden Summer’s best friend Josh and her, have been best friends since middle school. They share everything with each other. I loved the conversations that this small knit group of friends have with each other, not holding anything back, as well as their support they give one another. When Josh decides that he needs to lose his v card before he goes off to college he enlists his best friend Eden’s help to come up with a nice sweet girl. But Eden, although she isn’t sure that she wants to be the one to help Josh with this dilemma, she sure doesn’t like the idea that she isn’t on his list of potential hookup partners. But after a uncomfortable, date at another girls home, Josh leaves to rescue Eden when she is stranded after a dinner date that becomes disastrous. All Josh can think of is Eden and how his feelings for her are getting in the way. If only she could be the one to help him, but that could then be the end of their friendship. And he doesn’t want to ever be without her in his life. But after a searing kiss, how will this complicate their friendship? Will this be the end to a close and long friendship? Or will this bring them closer together.? You will have to read to find out. Loved it! Highly Recommended! I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Teenage angst and I loved it!

    I love friends-to-lovers stories and oh man this one did not disappoint. Being a YA story was amazing too. Made me a bit nostalgic for my high school years. Josh asks his best friend, Eden, to help him find a girl to lose his virginity to. This just leads to all kinds of confusion for the two of them. Jealousy and feelings that they’ve never felt for one another show up and they don’t know what to do with them. I loved Josh and Eden. I truly believe that your significant other should totally be your friend so I was cheering for these two the whole time. And so were all their friends. Every emotion that happened on these pages I felt. Eden’s self-doubt;Josh’s hesitation because he didn’t want to lose Eden in his life. All the teenage angst was palatable, jumping off the pages and I love every minute of it. I received an advanced copy of this book and VOLUNTARILY decided to review it
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    Fabulous friends to lovers w/ high school drama

    Oh, the trials and tribulations of high school. Eden and Josh have been best friends for years. When Josh wants help to pick a girl to lose his virginity, well, Eden steps up as the best friend that she is. Of course, what she really wants is for him to pick her. This is a fabulous ‘friends to lovers’ romance with all the angst, drama and doubt … that fear that if you say you want more you will ruin a beautiful friendship. I love how Monica Murphy blends the challenges of growing up, struggling to find where you fit with the added pressure of being in a relationship. I voluntarily read an ARC of this book and this is my honest review.
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