Friendship—forever and always.
That is our agreement. Besides, I'm not looking for sex. I get lots of sex! I'm also not looking for forever. I'm a now kind of man.
Jess has been my best friend since we were dirty faced kids finding trouble around every corner. We are the kind of friends who are always there for one another, through thick and thin, the one who knows each other's secrets and dreams. That can't change just because we've both grown up, or because she's beautiful, funny, smart and quick witted.
Until it does.
One call, one night. That won't change are agreement...then again, agreements can be amended, right?
Ashton is a manwhore. I've heard all his stories and despite them all, I love him.
Not the passionate love. I've never looked at him like that—like the cocky, confident, sexy, man he's become. Because to me, he's just Ashton, my best friend—until one night.
One night when I learn that the rumors are true, that in reality, they don't do him justice. His mad skills are off the charts. Yet, that can't change our agreement. One night has to be enough.
It has to be. I'm not giving up my best friend for crazy hot lovemaking. But then again, do I have to?
Read this fun, predictable, short, hot, and steamy book and learn how friendship can become more! Ashton The Agreement, is a standalone with a guaranteed HEA. Don't miss your next bookgasm.
A quick and entertaining read is what this story is. And I love the fact that Jess and Ashton have known each almost their entire lives, so that the book more plausible when it came to the friends-to-lovers aspect of the story. Since the friendship goes back to when they were kids, their interactions with each other somehow seemed realistic. I was impressed with how much Ashton wanted to honor the agreement with Jess that they wouldn't cross any lines and hinder their lifelong friendship, being that he will pretty much dance the horizontal mambo with any willing female.
The reason they hooked up is a common one, but I couldn't believe the audacity of that one person who refused to accept any responsibility for their actions and wanted to continue on with the relationship like nothing had happened.