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Lip-Locked Besties

Livvy Ward

Publisher: RoseLark Publishing

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Summary

Ally used to be a fun-loving, confident woman… right up until the supposed love of her life broke her heart. Now she's down in the dumps, her only bright spot is hanging out with her best friend and roommate, Chris. It doesn't help that she's got a bit of a crush on him. 
 
Chris is charming, handsome, and sometimes an over-confident flirt with a history of not seeing what's right in front of him. Like Ally. He's a bit of a player, always looking for the woman to fill a missing piece inside himself. But he can't help but think that he might've found her, too bad she's his best friend and totally not interested in him. 
 
When fate and a missed text bring their feelings to light, can they see what's right in front of them? Will they finally find the piece they didn't know was missing? 
 
Maybe with the help of an odd little holiday, they'll find out!

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