Love Means More by A. F. Zoelle
A Good Bad Idea Story, Book 2
I’ve only met one person I couldn’t seduce—Augie Murphy, the man I love who thinks I’m straight. When I have a chance to be his fake boyfriend, it’s too much temptation to resist. It turns out that’s literally true, since I get carried away with a passionate kiss. He thinks it’s just a game, but it’s so much more than that.
Can I convince my best friend I want to be his boyfriend for real?
AUGUST “AUGIE” MURPHY
Ambrose is handsome, irresistible, and completely off-limits. That didn’t stop my stupid heart from falling in love with my best friend the first day we met. When he suggests we pretend to be boyfriends on a double date, my curiosity defeats my common sense. Even if we’re only pretending for one night, I want to know what it’s like to be loved by him.
Is it possible to turn my fake boyfriend for a night into my real one forever?
Love Means More is the second book in the Good Bad Idea series. This novella features fake boyfriends in a friends to lovers bisexual awakening romance. Full of cute sweetness and sexy fun, every story ends with a satisfying HEA and no cliffhangers. Each book can be read as a standalone or as part of the series in order.
This is a fun and fast read. I liked it a lot more than the first book. August and Ambrose are really cute together.
Best friends to lovers are always special. They have been friends for a long time and they both having feelings for each other but are too scared to confess.
I really liked the second characters, especially both of their brothers. If you’re looking for a light hearted romance and a quick read, then pick this up! The sex scenes were hot but also funny! That alphabet game really made me laugh!!
*ARC provided by the author via Gay Romance Reviews in exchange for an honest and unbiased review
“Everything was perfect,” I reassured him. “I love you so much, Augie. So damn much.”
“I love you, too, but you’re really heavy.”
With an apology kiss, I moved so he could curl up on me instead.
Satisfied with his position, he asked, “Was it everything you hoped it would be?”
“Actually, it proved I have an absolute shite imagination. That was a million times better than my fantasies.” It astounded me that reality had exceeded my high expectations. When did that ever happen? “Thanks to you, poor Augusto is getting fired.”
He snickered. “I can’t believe you named your dildo Augusto. Like, did you moan ‘Augusto’ when you went to town on him?”
“Don’t be daft.” I ruffled his hair. “Your name is the only one I ever moaned. I think it gave Augusto a complex, but he doesn’t talk, so it’s fine.”
“Out of curiosity, did you call me August or Augie?”
Busted, I fessed up. “I may have taken to calling you Augie in my fantasies. Sometimes I’d switch it up with a darlin’ thrown in here and there. As a result, I’ve almost slipped up and called you by the wrong name a couple of times.”
He laughed. “I should have guessed since you called me that around Sara and Fiona like you had done it a thousand times before.”
“Oh, it’s at least a million,” I countered. “That’s a rather conservative estimate, though.”
“Wow, how much sex did you imagine us having?”
While it was embarrassing to say out loud, I owed him honesty. “It wasn’t just sex. I would think about coming home after work and you’d kiss me hello. Or hugging you from behind while we made dinner, and you elbowing me to make me quit distracting you with kisses. When I would lick along the shell of your ear, you’d tell me if I didn’t stop, zucchini wouldn’t be the only thing you’d be cutting tonight.”
He cracked up until tears came to his eyes. Once he reined in his reaction, he asked, “That’s your fantasy? Me threatening you with bodily harm for being physically affectionate?”
“In your defense, the vegetables you were sautéing were in danger of being burned,” I told him. “I’d hate for your effort to go to waste, so I’d back off for a bit.”
“What would happen next?”
I brushed my thumb against his upper arm as I held him. “We would enjoy your delicious dinner while we talked about our day, what our brothers were up to, or made plans for the weekend. Then, I’d make love to you on the kitchen counter and you’d remind me this was my idea, so I’d be the one cleaning up afterward. I’d say it was a small price to pay to enjoy the pleasure of being with you. When we’d finish, you would supervise my cleanup and thank me with a kiss. After that, we’d cuddle on the couch with our cat before bed.”
He repeated with surprise, “Our cat? You pictured us living together?”
“Like I’d let my husband live anywhere else,” I scoffed, not realizing until too late what I had confessed.
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Bet On Love by A. F. Zoelle
I went to Las Vegas to marry my fiancée but ended up married to my best man instead. Considering I’m straight, I never imagined I would wake up in bed with a husband. We obviously need to get an annulment to undo our mistake. The only problem is, it turns out my feelings for my best friend Luci aren’t quite as platonic as I thought.
What are the odds that my bad idea ends up being the best thing to ever happen to us?
LUCIEN “LUCI” ST. AMOUR
After Rhys and I secretly shared our first kiss as teenagers, I spent years suppressing my confusing feelings for him. But now that he’s my husband, it exposes the truth about the depths of my love for my best friend.
Could I really be lucky enough that he feels the same way about me?
Bet on Love is the first book in the Good Bad Idea series. This novella features a friends to lovers second chance romance. Full of cute sweetness and sexy fun, every story ends with a satisfying HEA and no cliffhangers. Each book can be read as a standalone or as part of the series in order.
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About A. F.:
A lifelong storyteller, writing has always been A.F. Zoelle’s greatest passion. When she’s not writing about gorgeous men being sexy and in love, she enjoys procrastinating on her studies and numerous side hustles to indulge in Japanese musical theatre. She looks forward to renouncing her nomadic scholarly life someday soon so she can have Ragdoll cats to come home to instead of just dust bunnies.
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