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My Best Friend's Brother: Making Up Blake (Book 4)

My Best Friend's Brother: Making Up Blake (Book 4)

by Chrissy Favreau

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Book Four in the MY BEST FRIEND'S BROTHER Series ( YA Contemporary Romance / Romantic Comedy )

- CONTENT WARNING: Recommended for ages 16+ due to bawdy humor, non-graphic sexual content, and some strong language. -

After a disastrous graduation, Adonia and Luke are off to British Columbia, where they meet up with their new roomies, Nikki and Andre. Adonia and Luke start a life without curfews, and Nikki finally has a chance to steal back her high school sweetheart—and the love of her life—Andre LeBlanc!

What’s Nikki’s ingenious plan to get Andre jealous? Tell him about her Facebook boyfriend, Blake. But she has a secret that might destroy any chance she might have with Andre—Blake isn’t real.

Or is he?

When her made-up boyfriend starts writing on her wall, flirting with her friends, and pissing off the guys, things get undoubtedly weird. As the situation comes to a head, Nikki, Lilly, and Adonia need to determine the identity of “Blake Lachance”—before he ruins each of their love lives.

How far will “Blake” go? Will their relationships survive? Or will an imaginary boyfriend doom them all?

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BN ID: 2940152474596
Publisher: Chrissy Favreau
Publication date: 02/18/2016
Series: My Best Friend's Brother
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 311 KB
Age Range: 12 Years

About the Author

Chrissy Favreau is a crafter, coffee-brewer, and writer of witty young adult fiction. In the not-so-distant past, she's worked with tigers, mountain lions, and a despicable monkey named Mario. She owes her life to a Siberian tiger named Reba, who could have killed her, but didn't. That's why you're reading this today.

Chock-full of hot guys, Favreau's YA books are meant for an older teen audience; but they're so relatable that they can be--and often are--enjoyed by adults, too.

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