Friends that Still...

Friends that Still Teddy s back in Miami with her mind made up Live like it s your last day Love like it s your last day The moment those steel blue eyes gazed back into hers there was no question Asher wasn t just the

  • Title: Friends that Still...
  • Author: G.L. Tomas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 299
  • Format: ebook
  • Teddy s back in Miami with her mind made up Live like it s your last day Love like it s your last day.The moment those steel blue eyes gazed back into hers, there was no question Asher wasn t just the only one she wanted, but the only one she needed This time around there would be no room for regrets, but would they ever be than friends that still

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      Published :2019-09-17T05:36:16+00:00

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    1. G.L Tomas is a USA Today bestselling twin writing duo and lover of all things blerdy, fearless and fun When they re not spending their time crafting swoon worthy heroes, they re battling alien forces in other worlds but occasionally take days off in search mom and pop spots that make amazing pasteles and tostones fried to perfection.They specialize in New Adult, Young Adult, Romance, and Fantasy If you love QWoC, inclusive religious, racial, socio economic, cultural, LGBTQ , and size and everything they forgot to mention representation, check their books out D They host salsa lessons and book boyfriend auditions in their secret headquarters located in Connecticut.Sign up for exclusive content and a sneak peek of their latest updates by subscribing to their Young Adult newsletter here smarturl YABYGLTOMASFor New Adult and Contemporary Romance, sign up here smarturl GLTomasRomanceNews

    2. The story picks up where it left off and nothing much changes from the tired shenanigans of Book 1. And, it's now official -- the only person I liked in this series was Asher. Theodora (Teddy (though older), and Reggie were just too immature for their age(s). The continuous "push and pull" that Teddy kept putting Asher through only served to annoy me and her reasons for her actions were weak. Reggie showed his true colors time and time again and the kicker was he was never really as interested i [...]

    3. I wrote a killer review yesterday, but my computer decided that I didn't need to write no stinkin review, so it erased all my hard work. Not this time. I know some readers just couldn't with Theodora aka Teddy. I get that, because she could definitely try one's patience. But I tend to like difficult heroines when they're written well, and these authors do. Teddy, for better or worse, just wants to be normal. She doesn't want her cancer to define her, and she sure as hell doesn't want people trea [...]

    4. G.L. Tomas books are great!!!! This was a fantastic conclusion to Asher and Teddy's story. I was so proud of Teddy for fighting, and carving out a future for herself, and Asher is sweet and suportive as always. Loved the endingn't want to give anything away. I would certainly recommend this series. It was unique, very well written, and steamy!!!!

    5. Teddy is dealing with Cancer and she's pretty much taking it one day at a time. I really liked Teddy’s strength in this book but I also felt at times she was her own worst enemy. She wanted to come off as strong, not wanting anyone's sympathy but she need to realize that it's ok to lean on others for support. It's ok to let the walls come down and let people inside. I really loved Asher in this book! No matter how hard Teddy tried to push him away he was there through the good, the bad and the [...]

    6. Love Asher, Teddy Tires MeI swear if it weren't for the great writing and sweet Asher, this story would be a bust.Theodora "Teddy" King is exasperating! This chick got issues upon issues on top of issues, yet Asher can't stay away. But that's love for youThis story picks right up where F*THS leaves off, and Teddy still can't decide if she wants Asher or not. Reggie should've been a non mf factor from the jump because while Teddy constantly laments why she doesn't want him (and rightfully so. He' [...]

    7. An extra two chapters on the first book would have worked well. This sequel felt somewhat unnecessary and kinda redundant. It dragged as Asher and Teddy, for inconceivable reasons, prolonged their back and forth drama. It dragged as we got minutiae about a trip that was supposed to be climactic but fell very flat. It dragged as Teddy got more negative and unpleasant. It dragged as we saw the three work together at the supermarket. It dragged as we were told not shown how everything wrapped up in [...]

    8. I'm super late with my review my bad!!!! Anyways I received this book as ARC and let me tell ya, it was really good. It wasn't too intense as the first book. But I still that it was really tender and I'm a huge fan of Ash and Teddy really cute couple when they both weren't acting stupid lol. Thanks again ladies, I can't wait to read more from you.

    9. This is a combined review for The Friends That Have Sex duology (F*THS and Friends that Still)What it’s kinda, sorta aboutReggie is friends with Asher. Reggie is also friends with Teddy. When Reggie introduces Asher to Teddy, things get heated undercovers, on couches, in stairways and wherever else Asher and Teddy’s bodies lead them in the moment. Did I also mention that Teddy and Reggie used to have sex - and Teddy’s not sure she wants to stop that? Sounds like the opening to one helluva [...]

    10. This is a combined review for The Friends That Have Sex duology (F*THS and Friends that Still)What it’s kinda, sorta aboutReggie is friends with Asher. Reggie is also friends with Teddy. When Reggie introduces Asher to Teddy, things get heated undercovers, on couches, in stairways and wherever else Asher and Teddy’s bodies lead them in the moment. Did I also mention that Teddy and Reggie used to have sex - and Teddy’s not sure she wants to stop that? Sounds like the opening to one helluva [...]

    11. The second book in this sexy, voicey duology picks up where the first left off and intensely explores the issues introduced in the previous volume. The story still revolves heavily around our Afro-Cuban heroine, Teddy, but we get more of Asher too as he tries to deal with finding his place in Teddy's world.It's really hard to go into the details of this funny, flirty new adult book without spoiling anything from the first. But a lot of the book is about Teddy + Asher trying out "monogamy" AND Te [...]

    12. Ok follow upI loved the first book and the second was good alsothough I will say that this seemed a little rushed,and the road trip seemed to take up more time than it needed toe whole anal sex thing could have been scrapped to fill in more time with something more meaningful to the story itselfe end felt very rushed and glossed over and we invested so much time in the whole when to tell Reggie thing that the eventual reveal felt anticlimactic.other than that it was worth the read.

    13. Friends That Still is Book 2 in the Friends That Have Sex series. Teddy has returned to Miami after being at a cancer center in Minnesota. Her health crisis causes her to re-evaluate her life and she chooses to pursue her dreams with or without the assistance of her parents. She is also forced to acknowledge her feelings for Asher, who has always been there for her.I enjoyed this audiobook but the "friends with benefits" vs. "friends without benefits" seesaw that Teddy had Asher on was starting [...]

    14. I'm so happy with this ending for all the characters!I just love how GL Tomas write. They are some of these authors that bring realistic stuff to the story. Characters who aren't all white, straight, living perfect lives. I'm always telling everyone if you want to read more Latinx writers you need to start with them. There was so much about being Latinx here, especially what black Cubans go through (and a little shout out to Brazilian food I love :P).Friends that Have Sex is one of the best New [...]

    15. I'm loving this series!Teddy and Asher are in my heart! This installment was so good! I am so attached to them. I need more!

    16. Three months after the previous novel, Teddy returns to Miami from a clinical trial determined to move forward with her life. She wants to go back to college, but to do so, she must get a job to pay for her classes. Since Teddy’s sudden departure, Asher has been worried sick over her, and is shocked when he sees her at his workplace. As they reconcile, Teddy is worried that her relationship with Asher will cost her her friendship with Reggie, because as she faces a very uncertain future, she c [...]

    17. Picking up where we left off in book one, (F*THS) in this duology, we get caught up on Teddy and how her treatment in Minnesota has gone.I really liked the focus and pace of the story this time around. Teddy was not only trying to make an actual effort to establish a life for her self and accomplish something like with school and working to pay for her tuition. I also liked that she seemed to stay focused on the real and important relationships in her life. i.e. Reggie and Asher.Before, Teddy wa [...]

    18. This is Teddy and Asher's continuation, basically picks up where F*THS ends, so reading it is a must. I'm not a fan of cliffhanger series, but this one is really good and deserves a chance. Here we see Teddy and Asher try to decide where to move on after their relationship is halted, her cancer reappears and Reggie's love for Teddy is still in the picture. Love the complexity of the characters and the plot and how they have to learn to deal with the situations they are presented. Also loved the [...]

    19. G.L. Thomas brought is with the sequel too. At moments, the book felt a bit rushed, but all in all, it is once again a fun read, still paced to my liking. The book pretty much picks up where it left off, and there is no change in the style or author voice noticeable, as it sometimes happens with sequels. The Thomas sisters gave me a wonderful first experience with a POC romance story, and I still am reading everything else they have written in the near future.

    20. Not badThe first book kept me on my toes. This book was good up until the ending. I felt that the pacing of things hurt this book. Some thing were too drawn out and the end was wrapped up too quickly for how much angst was in this book. The conflict pretty much ended up being a nonfactor.Still I love the writing, I love the characters (especially when the heroine is Afro-Carib/Latinx like myself) and I can't wait to see what happens next.

    21. Well the second part of this story definitely got a little deeper. It focused a lot on Teddy's cancer, struggles with potential infertility and her relationship with her parents. I can't tell you how glad I was to see some of the relationship things get settled. These characters just continued to grow on me the more that I read the story. Teddy and Asher actually turned out to be pretty complex characters while Reggie still has some growing up to do.

    22. Still love itSo despite the typos, I still loved the book. I may not have agreed with some of the characters choices but I understood them on some level. While The story remained unconventional to the end, I still believe it was a story that needed to be told on all levels. Asher was the heart of the story for me. His love made everything else easier to take in.

    23. Ugh this book was even worst. I really hate Teddy. That girl is just so damn miserable and indecisive. I hated how she does Asher. But he kept coming back like a lost puppy to her ugh. But it ended okay I guess. Meh.

    24. Asher and Teddy were a little more frustrating in this one so I'd say bout 3.5 stars. Still enjoyed these two though :')

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