Speed Dating (Preston's Mill, #2)

Speed Dating (Preston's Mill, #2)

by Noelle Adams, Samantha Chase

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Forget all those other best-friend romances you might have read.

Jace and Isabella have only known each other…since kindergarten. And he hasn't been secretly in love with her…for more than six or seven years. She doesn't make him bristle with jealousy when she goes out with other guys…that he'll admit to. And she doesn't get all flustered and confused when she starts to find him incredibly sexy…too often.

But they definitely don't transform their friendship into romance…right away.

Isabella has known Jace all her life, and she's been best friends with him since high school, when she used to date his best friend. Now she's ready to settle down and get married, and she's decided that her sister's wedding in three months is her deadline. She's going to find the man of her dreams in time to take him to the wedding.

Now if only Jace would stop acting strange and territorial so he could help her.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153327563
Publisher: Noelle Adams
Publication date: 03/01/2017
Series: Preston's Mill , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 53,525
File size: 272 KB

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Speed Dating (Preston's Mill, #2) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
With an obvious storyline, Speed Dating proves that light and expected can be as irresistibly surprising as it is funny. The writing team of Chase and Adams know how to spin a twist and create endearingly blissful characters that are hard to resist. On the hunt for the man of her dreams, Isabella needs the help of her best friend. Can Jace convince his heart's desire that he may just be that man?
micharch More than 1 year ago
Jace and Isabella have been best friends for years. Jace has secretly loved Isabella for the last several years but has kept quiet for fear that he could lose their friendship. Isabella was pretty clueless throughout this book and was quite selfish for most of it. She would blather on about how she needed to find her soul mate prior to her sister's wedding. She was coerced into online dating, but would run to Jace after those disastrous dates. She tried speed dating and would run to Jace after that failure. She fought her inclination to find Jace to be more than a friend a bit too much at points for me. Jace tried to suck it up and be there for her. When the truth is revealed about how he really felt all of this time, Isabella acted like a 2-year-old and wound up throwing a tantrum. I was just sick of her by that point. She never apologized for not acting upon her growing feelings but wanted Jace to be punished for "lying" to her all of those years. I just had had enough of her ridiculous behavior by that point. This book was just okay for me because of that.
Lelim0612 More than 1 year ago
I LOVE “small town” and “best friend” romance, and when two of my favorite authors, Samantha Chase and Noelle Adams get together and write about characters in Preston Mills? Well, WOW! JUST WOW!!! I started this phenomenal book this morning and could not put it down!! Jace and Isabella (Bella) have been best friends since high school. But, what Bella does not know, Jace has loved Bella from the very beginning, and will take ANYthing Bella will give him, and if it is just friendship, he will accept that. He does not want to lose her. But, lose her he will if he does not step up and say something. Bella has watched her three sisters either marry or get engaged, and she is a little envious of this. She wants that for herself, as well, desperately. She joins an internet dating site. After each date she goes on, Bella ends up as Jace’s house to tell him about her dates to complain about how boring, or gropey the guy was and in her mind, she starts to compare them to Jace. She starts to see that Jace is actually what she has been looking for all along. Can she take the chance of losing her best friend if she takes that step? Then after the night of the Speed Dating, that ki….. stop! No spoilers from me. I loved the way Jace and Bella FINALLY see each other, or rather Bella sees what was right in front of her all along. Thank you, Ms. Adams, and Ms. Chase for ALL the hours of reading enjoyment you give to your readers. Kudos Ladies, you definitely have another winner with Speed Dating in my opinion! Thank you for reading my review.
MPruett More than 1 year ago
Authors Samantha Chase and Noelle Adams come together again to bring us Speed Dating which is the second book of the Preston Mill series. Samantha and Noelle work so well together in bringing us great stories every time that it proves the saying "Two Heads are Better than One". Isabella owns a hair salon in the small town Preston and as she confides in her clients that she would love to find her dream guy,get married,and start a family they take it upon themselves to set up a profile on an online dating site for her. Isabella is excited about the idea and can't wait to share the news with her best friend Jace. Jace fell in love with Isabella the first time he met her years before when she was dating his friend. Isabella and Jace became best friends and Jace kept his real feelings for her a secret for all these years out of fear of losing her completely if he told her the truth. When Isabella tells Jace about the dating site he try's to be a supportive best friend but the thought of her dating other men is tearing him up inside. Isabella goes on a dating spree and after each date she goes right to Jace to tell him how bad the date was. As Isabella uses Jace as a shoulder to cry on her feelings begin to grow for Jace. As feelings are revealed and lies are discovered will Jace and Isabella be able to have a future together ? Will Isabella finely see that her dream guy has been there all along ? There are some typos in the book but I think the book as a whole is worth overlooking those small errors. It's a cute and quick book that anyone would enjoy. But don't just take my word for it.....read it for yourself !