Overhearing my cousin’s best friend confessing that she’s never been satisfied wasn’t my fault… but offering to help her change that definitely was. Her brother is a friend of mine, and while this has a bad idea written all over it, it doesn’t stop us from becoming friends… with benefits.
Palmer is gorgeous, off-limits, and stubborn as hell. For the first time, I’m the one left wanting more.
I’m tired of watching her walk away. I’m ready for her to stay.
I never dreamed having my crush overhear my most embarrassing confession would land me in his bed… or that I would want to stay there.
But our secret relationship has rules. No strings. No expectations. No feelings. What’s that saying about rules? Oh yeah, they’re meant to be broken.
But when it comes to Brooks, I’m afraid if I’m not the one to walk away, it won’t be just the rules broken.
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Kaylee Ryan has been crowned the Queen of Swoon by her readers. With nearly fifty romance books under her belt, she’s known for penning happily ever afters with heart. When she’s not writing, you can find her with a book in her hand or hanging out with her family where she resides in her home state of Ohio.
*** ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. ***
Stay Over is a great start to this series about the Kincaid brothers. Unrequited love with a strong hint of slow burn. (Much than I was expecting)
Palmer has a crush on Brooks for a long time. Both might be around each other a lot but she never acted on it. Until Palmer’s best friend got married, a few encounters that sounded like dates and a deal after with no string attached and mostly not saying anything to anyone, all bets were off!
Brooks was definitely swoony and lovely, Palmer was cute and sweet. The main characters had great chemistry and banter. I appreciated how their friendship came out naturally but I felt like their connection felt a little forced in the beginning. Some background would have been great to amorce the turning events; from friends to lovers.
Overall, I enjoyed reading it. It has plenty of good feelings and vibes, great supportive characters, a tight knit family and friends.