Last week, I posted about historical friends to lovers plots. This week, it’s on to contemporary-set novels.
If you like friends to lovers stories set in the now (or near now), you’ll probably like….
— I recently read Robyn Carr’s Sunrise Point, which did a beautiful job building the friendship between the hero and heroine on their way to falling in love.
— For an oldie but goodie, there’s Judith McNaught’s Remember When, in which the heroine rediscovers a childhood friend who shows up just in time to save her from disastrous public humiliation.
— In the realm of British chick lit, there’s Kate Saunders’s Bachelor Boys, where it takes a while for old friends to realize they’re just right for each other (her other novel, The Marrying Game, is also arguably a friends to lovers story).
— I haven’t read any Sarah Mayberry yet, but I’ve heard she writes excellent friends to lovers stories.
Which contemporary friends to lovers stories would you recommend?