His Best Friend's Sister

His Best Friend's Sister

by Eve Gaddy

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Overview

Whiskey River businessman Zack Banister has had his eye on Laurel Lewis for years, even though she's always been off-limits. The timing has never been right between them, but now that they're both free, Zack is determined to convince Laurel that he's the perfect man for her.

The last thing Laurel needs is a white knight. She's a single mom and knows she can only rely on herself. But the thought of a fling with Zack is a different matter--and far too tempting to resist.

Then reality crashes in and Laurel faces hard decisions. And Zack will do anything to convince her to take a risk on him for their happy ever after.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161996324
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 08/16/2018
Series: Devil's Rock at Whiskey River , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,283
File size: 495 KB

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His Best Friend's Sister 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So-so.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
BORING!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very nice book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
book+was+ok+
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
enjoyable+escape
BookSnuggle More than 1 year ago
His Best Friends’s Sister is Book number two in the Devil’s Rock at Whiskey River series. This is Zach Banister and Laurel Lewis’ story. Zach wants to ask Laurel out but she is off limits since she is his best friend’s sister. I really loved Zach’s characters. Laurel is very independent but can be too stubborn sometimes. Are they going to give in and have a fling or will it be more? FYI, contains mature content. I reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
EileenAW More than 1 year ago
I totally enjoyed reading His Best Friend's Sister by Eve Gaddy, book two in her Devil’s Rock at Whiskey River series. Laurel divorced her husband after discovering he cared more about drugs than her and their kids. Being a single working mom struggling to safely raise her kids made Laurel determined not to depend on her brothers for help or money. Taking on a second job should have helped but after one too many pinches she loses this job by pouring a pitcher of water over a patron’s head. Zack has been interested in Laurel for years but since she’s the sister of his best friend, she’s been off-limits. After witnessing Laurel’s melt-down, Zach tries to help her, but independent Laurel does not need a hero or white knight. Laurel has always had a crush on Zack, but he always appeared uninterested in her. Having a fling with Zack is tempting and allows her to act like an adult but when trouble rears its head, Laurel is not ready to make any of the hard decisions or find any answers that Zack needs. Zack will do anything to convince her to take a risk on him for their happy ever after. I loved how independent Laurel was and understood her lack of trust toward Zack, but I also felt it was misguided. Zack truly loved her, something Laurel was not willing to believe. I also questioned her need to not rely on her brothers for help other than babysitting. Family, especially hers, sticks together, offering help that they are willing to provide, not take away one’s independence or resilience. Zack was a wonderful hero, providing a great role model for Laurel’s children, and loving her so much that he would let her walk away if that was what she wanted. I’m so glad she finally came to her senses. Ms. Gaddy wrote a wonderful and moving story that is not to be missed. This story is filled with sexual chemistry, fun dialogue, and endearing characters. I highly recommend this book to other readers and look forward to the next book in the series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
D-does-reviews More than 1 year ago
This book is a friends to lovers romance that got off to a cute start with good writing, charismatic characters and the possibility of a very entertaining relationship between childhood friends Zach and Laurel. Unfortunately, after an encounter with a disgruntled customer at work Laurel gets fired from her job, finds solace in alcohol and makes a pass at Zach before passing out cold in his bed. Half a dozen chapters later the storyline starts to wander a bit and though Zach is ready and willing to make a commitment to a future together Laurel has no intention of taking him up on the offer. With an unconventional and murky storyline and two conflicted characters it’s hard to see how this couple will ever resolve the differences between them. Ultimately this romance is more like the movie ‘The War Of The Roses” than the heartwarming and emotionally engaging relationship I hope to find in a great romance. I read an early copy of this book through NetGalley and all opinions expressed in my voluntary review are completely my own.
DJTP More than 1 year ago
His Best Friend's Sister by Eve Gaddy. A good story with likable characters, great dialogue and storyline. Book two in the Devil's Rock at Whiskey River series.
nelriv More than 1 year ago
Rcvd an ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) This book is part of a series and I hope you are reading from the beginning, yes the author brings you up to date but you will get more if you start from the start. So we have Zack who has had a crush on Laurel for a long time now, but since she is Travis's sister (one of his best friends) he has never approached her and he feels that that needs to change he is tired of holding off and he had almost lost his chance since she is a divorced mother of two. He is going after her, even if he is going to piss off one of his best friends. Laurel has had a disastrous marriage, her husband ran off leaving her in debt and now she is working two jobs trying to make ends meet and giving the best that she can to her two children, yes she can rely on her brothers but she doesn't want that, she wants to be able to provide for them, I respected her for that and much more. She was surprised when Zack showed interest in her, he never has before and she is a little wary but you know what she needs some happiness too. Grab a copy my friends and Enjoy!
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
Brother's friend, Zach has always has a crush on Laura but he knew better, hands off until now! Laura is divorced and raising two young kids on her own. Zach is now ready to make his move but Laura has second thoughts on starting a new relationship, even though Zach is everything that she needs. Loved Zach, he is just awesome. He is the answer for everything in Laura's life. Now Laura, I felt sorry for what life dealt her but I think she just needed to move forward. This is the second book in the series but can read as a stand alone.
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
Laurel Lewis was Zack Banister’s best friend’s sister. Therefore, she was supposed to be off limits. But Zach had always had a thing for Laurel and he was finally ready to make his move. Laurel was a divorced single mother, living in Whiskey River in a run-down apartment. She worked two jobs just to stay ahead. Her plan was to eventually find a better place to live. Laurel had been hurt by her ex and wasn’t trusting of men or her own decisions when it came to men, but she finally agreed to date Zach. When Laurel ends up pregnant with twins, everything changes. Zach wants to get married, but Laurel fears Zach might change like her ex did. Zach has a lot of work ahead of him if he wants to convince Laurel how much he loves her and that he is nothing like her ex was. I enjoyed this book a lot even though it was a very quick read. Several times I got upset with Laurel for being so hardheaded and making Zach wait for her. But it all played out well in the end and they got their happy ever after.