Love Machine by Kendall Ryan
Genre: NA, friends-to-lovers, romantic comedy
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: July 16, 2018
Love Machine is sexy, fun, and completely swoony; a friends-to-lovers romance that was written with the perfect amount of charm, fascination, and irresistibility!
Slate is Keaton are a classic set of best friends. Always there for each other, always each other’s go-to person for advice, always one another’s rock. But in Keaton’s case, she needs more than a best friend. She needs a seduction coach. So when Keaton suggests Slate teach her his experienced seduction skills, their ever solid relationship quickly switches from friendship to red-hot intimacy and temptation.
No one does romance like Kendall Ryan! Her books are pure enjoyment and entertainment, and Love Machine is no different. Slate and Keaton have a special relationship. But when taken to the next level, it showcases a new level of attraction, fasciation, and steamy passion. Already feeling they know each other through and through, it’s this next step into intimacy they take that truly makes the reader feel they are experiencing all the jittery butterflies, the anxiety of something new, and the rush of anticipation right along with the characters. And it’s the humor, sincerity, and genuine love and devotion fused into the storyline that sets this book apart from others in the friends-to-lovers trope.
The author’s unique storytelling in Love Machine guarantees laughs, heartwarming emotions, and complete satisfaction. An absolute must read you can’t pass up!
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She says she needs some help … in the bedroom.
Come again? No, really come again.
Sweet, nerdy, lovable Keaton.
She’s my best friend and has been for years. Sure she likes numbers and math, and thinks doing other people’s taxes is fun. And I like … none of that stuff. She’s obsessed with her cat and reads novels I’ll never understand, and yet we just click. There’s no one I’d rather share breakfast burritos with or binge watch hours Netflix. She’s my person. And so when she takes off her glasses and asks me to help her improve her skills in the bedroom, I barely have to think about it.
Of course I’ll help her. There’s no one better for the job.
I’ve been there for her through everything, why should this be any different?
But what happens when she’s ready to take her new-found confidence and move on?