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A Heartwarming Tale of Friendship and Love

When Dylan finds out he’s on Infinity Financial’s exclusive guest list for their annual retreat, he’s both thrilled and terrified. His business skills are unmatched, but his “personal” skills leave much to be desired. There’s only one person he can think of to bring with him who would help him mix and mingle better with his coworkers—his lifelong best friend, Jimmy. There’s no one else he trusts more to hype him up to the corporate elite and help him secure the promotion of a lifetime.

Jimmy is ecstatic for his best friend, even if it means posing as his partner for the retreat. They know everything about each other and pretending to date should be easy as pie. But Jimmy didn’t count on his buried crush reigniting and the one-bed situation is not helping.

As the retreat progresses, the two work together to show off Dylan’s financial and personal skills. Their scheme is going great and their chemistry is off the charts. But with every day that passes, the line between what’s pretend and what’s real begins to blur and Jimmy starts to believe he can have everything he’s ever wanted.

But Jimmy has hidden a secret from his best friend which could break both of them.

Rating: 5
Wonderful book!
Great Plot
LGBTQIA Relevance

The book is a heartwarming tale of friendship and love. It was a delightful and entertaining journey filled with fun, emotions, humor, and witty commentary.

From the moment I started reading, I couldn’t help but be drawn into the story. The characters, Dylan and Jimmy, instantly captured my heart with their endearing personalities and the undeniable chemistry between them. Although they insisted they were “just friends,” it was evident to everyone around them that they were destined to be more than that.

One of the things that made this book so enjoyable was the perfect balance of emotions. It had its fair share of angst, which added depth to the story and made the characters feel more relatable. I found myself empathizing with their struggles and rooting for them every step of the way.

Jimmy, in particular, was a character that I couldn’t help but adore. His ability to make friends wherever he went was remarkable. His infectious personality and genuine kindness made him a magnet for people from all walks of life. It was a joy to witness the connections he formed and the impact he had on those around him.

The relationship between Dylan and Jimmy was the heart of the story. Their friendship was so sweet and genuine. Their journey from “just friends” to something more was beautifully portrayed, and it served as a reminder that sometimes, opposites do attract.

Throughout the book, the author masterfully weaves together various elements to create a truly engaging and memorable experience. The humor injected into the story provided moments of laughter and lightness, balancing out the more emotional scenes. It was a rollercoaster of emotions that kept me fully invested in the characters’ lives.

As I reached the end of the book, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of satisfaction. The story had come full circle, and the characters had grown and evolved in ways that felt authentic and fulfilling. It was a testament to the author’s skill in crafting a story that resonated with readers on a deep level.

If you’re looking for a book that will warm your heart, make you laugh, and leave you with a smile on your face, I highly recommend giving this book a read. It’s a testament to the power of friendship, the beauty of love, and the magic that can happen when you open your heart to the unexpected.

I promise you won’t be disappointed.

About The Author

S Bolanos PhotoS Bolanos (she/they) is a genderqueer author and founder of Chaotic Neutral Press LLC. They believe in love, equality, and the Oxford comma. When not playing with her three dogs, who you can follow on Instagram @austendogs, or spending time with her incredible husband, she’s probably agonizing over edits or escaping into her latest fantasy.

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