More Than Friends by Monica Murphy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
More than Friends starts just as Just Good Friends finishes. What a great book, we really get up and close with Jordan and Amanda. I love both characters Amanda so different from the other girls she works hard, but because her family is normal and not rich she feels lower socially. She doesn’t see herself as others do.
In this book we see her through Tuttles eyes, as well as others. Amanda is a great character someone you would love as a best friend, proud to have as your daughter. Jordon feels he doesn’t deserve her, or anything that would make him happy.
Jordon makes his claim very early on in the book, and they become a couple. They were beautiful together as they became even closer. We also meet Jordon’s mum and Dad, and have a glimpse into his home life.
The book is written from a dual POV, we really get up and personal. I loved this book, and can’t wait for the next one. I even found myself liking Livvy for the way she supports Amanda. For me it was a straight through read with only the usual breaks. No one writes catty spoilt teenagers like Monica Murphy. I now have to wait for the next book.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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