All's fair in love and war until one person gets stuck in an arranged marriage.
Catherine 'Cat' Marek has a sociology paper due on dissecting the laws of attraction. Project Panty Drop will case study two different men; one she'll go after in person and the other she'll attempt to charm online. Hiding behind her beauty, she tries to cover up her true geeky side, and the fact that she's partially deaf.
Jaidev 'Jai' Sankar needs to knock out a paper for his online sociology class. After an encounter with the Texas Tease, Cat Marek, he decides Project Friend Zoned will be the ultimate topic, proving a guy can remain in the friend zone with a girl he finds attractive.
As Cat puts the moves into overdrive, Jai finds it harder to remain in the 'friend zone' with her. The only thing keeping him from letting go is the fact his hardcore Hindu parents have a wedding scheduled for him. When neither can resist their attraction, the fight no longer becomes about their papers, but about the freedom to love each other.
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Normally I'm not one for college stories. I'm getting too old that most of the time I find those characters immaturely annoying. So glad I ignored my first instinct and read Friend Zoned. Yes, it started with them using one another for a paper for their sociology class, but it morphed into so much more. I was laughing, sighing and crying (Damn you, Wren Michaels! Ok, not really, but I hate crying. ❤). I absolutely LOVED this book. Jai and Cat are amazing.
I love books that celebrate diversity. I love them even more when they are able to weave inclusion into the plot as effortlessly as was done in this touching, romantic comedy. Friend Zoned had me laughing out loud and cheering for the characters to the very end.