About Friendshipped


Can you keep a secret? … I’m in love with my best friend.

There are three things you should know about me.

  • I hate running. No, really. I only run when someone’s chasing me, and thankfully that’s never happened.
  • My ideal Friday night includes pizza, The Princess Bride, and dancing with abandon.
  • And, I’m madly in love with my best friend.

That right there, that’s my secret.

Trevor, and I grew up next door to one another. Yes. He’s the boy next door. Even now, we rent opposite sides of a duplex, and we work across the aisle from one another at the Corn Corners Tribune. Basically, there isn’t a part of my life Trevor hasn’t touched. I take that back. Me. He hasn’t touched me.

He’s made it clear we’re in the friend zone and whatever feelings he had for me were a passing thing for him, while mine keep growing like a Chia pet on a humid summer day in the midwest. Unruly, and apparently pointless.

So, now I’m resigned to get Trevor out of my system once and for all.

If only Trevor would see me as more than a friend … But, unless he shows me otherwise, I’m going to have to do what it takes to move on.

My review

I hadn’t read anything by Savannah Scott before. But I really enjoyed this one. So I know I’m going to read more by her. I loved the way she wrote her characters in this one. And it was so funny! I laughed out loud several times when I was reading it.

Lexi and Trevor were definitely one of the best parts of this book! I loved the best friend relationship they shared. And it was funny that the reader knew that they’d both like to have more than friendship, but they both thought the other wasn’t interested.

I loved how Lexi ends up forced into making a profile on a dating app. And her dates were hilarious. Lexi discussed them with Trevor afterwards and that was so funny!

I love that the reader gets to see things through both Lexi and Trevor’s eyes. That made the book really balanced. That’s my favorite way to get to read a rom-com.

This book was so funny! I loved it so much.

I borrowed a copy of Friendshipped with my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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