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Indie and the Brother’s Best Friend – R. Linda

Being in love with someone who doesn’t love you back sucks.

Being in love with your brother’s best friend sucks even more, because you know it can never happen. How tragic is that?

I’ve been in love with Lincoln Andrews since we were kids and he stuck up for me against my brother and played tea parties with me in the treehouse. I’ve also avoided him for the past year because he broke my heart… more than once.

Now we’ve been thrown together at a tropical resort to celebrate my parents’ second wedding, and things are intense and getting worse, no thanks to an insane plan my friends cooked up to get me my dream man.

No one else even comes close to what Linc means to me. He’s always there for me, but is it because he cares for me too — or only because I’m his best friend’s little sister?

It’s time I find out once and for all… but what if our crazy plan blows up in my face and ruins everything?

I’d like to thank Give Me Book promotions for sending me an earc as well as Lady Amber tours! This isn’t the first book I’ve read by this author I’ve read Bailey and the Bad Boy and loved that and I was so excited when I heard R. Linda was writing a story about Indie because I loved Indie in the first one and I got invested in Indie and Lincoln’s story too!

I really loved Indie’s character but going with that she’s a funny character, kind and loving she is also very very clueless when it comes to men and Lincoln. She couldn’t really see what was right in front of her. Although at times I felt the back and forth between Lincoln and Indie could have messed with anybody’s head!

I thought it was so funny that all the other characters in the story knew how Indie and Lincoln felt about each other, and even better that they began to put bets on whether the relationship would happen or not. I love it when that happens in stories, especially when all other characters knew but they wouldn’t tell each other. I think my one frustration was the only reason Lincoln was pushing Indie away at times was that he didn’t want to ruin his friendship with her brother. So I get it but a conversation could have saved all that.

Lincoln I loved how protective he was but with that came Indie having some bad feelings about herself. He scared away most boys that were interested in her but wouldn’t admit his feelings. So at times that had a negative effect. But I still loved it, I also loved how everyone thought Lincoln had a saviour complex when it came to Indie. It also proved to be true, whenever she was upset or in trouble he was right there.

Jack, he was the best comic relief in this book! He was Indie’s gay best friend and they pretended to be together so they could make Lincoln jealous. It was so funny, I laughed out loud a few times whilst reading it. He was a great character. He should get his own book.

We even had an appearance of Ryder and Bailey! I loved seeing the two characters, I think the only thing I missed is there wasn’t as much Bailey and Indie time but the story was good and I loved the characters and romance.

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