Seducing her Brother's Best Friend (Tea for Two, #3)

Seducing her Brother's Best Friend (Tea for Two, #3)

by Noelle Adams
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Seducing her Brother's Best Friend (Tea for Two, #3) by Noelle Adams

After too many years being overlooked by men, Carol is ready to take action. She wants a man, and she knows which man she wants. Her brother's best friend, Patrick Stevenson.

Patrick is funny and brainy and the sexiest man she's ever known, but he has never looked at her as anything except his friend's little sister. That's going to change.

Carol isn't good at flirting. Or seduction. Or anything that requires putting herself out there. But she's going to make sure Patrick sees her as a desirable woman—and one he wants for more than one night—even if it turns her whole world upside down. He already likes her a lot. He just needs to open his eyes to how good they'd be together.

After all, how stubborn can he be?

Fifteen years ago, three girls were thrown together because their brothers were best friends. Now they're all grown up, and their brothers are grown up too. The Tea for Two series tells their stories.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154212660
Publisher: Noelle Adams
Publication date: 01/10/2018
Series: Tea for Two , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 6,223
File size: 222 KB

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Seducing her Brother's Best Friend (Tea for Two, #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a cute story about a geek and woman with a golden heart and both little confidence. All three of the books are novellas around 100 pages and can be read in two hours. Little character development but these two main characters were introduced in the first book, have a role in the second book, so you already know something about them. I'm not sold on this author, not sorry I read the books, but probably won't continue to read her books.
MTSmith More than 1 year ago
Have you ever met someone so stubborn and so semi-oblivious you just want to hit 'em with a bat? Like, repeatedly? That was me with Patrick. He's a great guy, don't get me wrong. Smart and funny and loyal. But he has no clue how to read someone. None. Oh, and he overthinks a lot. About everything. Which is really, really, really frustrating. Because there were so many times in this story that he didn't need to. He just needed to feel, to let his heart guide him, to trust that what he felt with Carol was right and meant to be. His reluctance to do any of that almost cost him her. What a mess that would've been! Carol is determined. Who doesn't love a single-minded woman? I gave her credit for sticking it out as long as possible, for hoping so hard for a future with Patrick, but... Damn. She was wrecked. Every let down, every thoughtless word and action, every killed moment she experienced completely wrecked her. I'm not talking a constant watering pot, though she was that. I'm talking you could see her hope for a future with Patrick just disappear little by little throughout the story. It was so hard to read. It was so hard to not cry with her. It was so hard to hold onto hope when hers was crumbling to the ground. I know I've read Ms. Adams stories before, but I can't remember any of them leaving me a mess like this one. I was hopeful, happy, elated, lost, crushed, broken, angry, bitter... God, I was everything Carol was. And that, all of that, made this an amazing story. This story is straight-forward. You know who's going after who. It isn't a mystery. It's getting to that happy ending that kept me turning the pages because I wanted to know! I wanted to see Carol happy. I wanted Patrick to wake up. I wanted it all. I just had to go through a myriad of emotions and situations to get it. Well written, Ms. Adams. You kept me on the edge of my seat and somewhere between wanting it all and calling it quits with this story. I'd read it again just to experience it all over again.
anapjm02 More than 1 year ago
Patrick and Carol are my favorite couple ever! He is a super nerd, shy, closed and smart... She is the girl next door type of girl, a pastry chef and business owner with some self esteem issues, but a lovely girl in love with this stubborn guy. They have been friends forever, but now that their siblings and friends have coupled they feel pressured to do the same, only stubborn Patrick does not like to feel pressured at all... This book is a treat and a great reading. Sure all books in this series are good, but this is close to my heart. Maybe because I am a super nerd as Patrick and like to cook as Carol! Noelle Adams knows how to create engaging characters that are soooo good to read and you will love them!
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Noelle Adams is romance gold. She proves that love is not always in your face sex appeal. Seduction does not have to be raunchy, it can be a subtle merging of the minds and hearts. Carol and Patrick are one of the best examples of romance. Love was a gradual progression, that neither saw coming, until it was too late to overlook. There is no perfect time to fall in love and no perfect person to fall in love with. Love is accepting a person for who they are not who we want them to be. Seducing Her Brother's Best Friend is a flawless look at what love is. Sweet, sinful and flawed, but no less life-changing.