Smut factor: 🔥🔥
Author: Ella Fields
Genre: New Adult Romance
Synopsis from the book:
Dashiell Thane wasn’t a nice guy.
He was an abrasive, demanding, conniving, intolerable brat.
Yet somehow, we’d been best friends our whole lives.
Until our senior year when I finally decided to dip my toes into the dating pool.
All it took was one kiss for jealousy, lies, and betrayal to sweep in and propel us heart first into dizzying, hostile depths.
You’re not supposed to kiss your best friend.
You’re definitely not supposed to kiss your best friend while you’re dating someone else.
And the absolute worst thing you could do is fall for your best friend.
Unless, of course, you want to ruin everything.
I received an ARC of Kiss and Break Up from Ella Fields in return for an honest review. I am also a new reader to Ella and stepping a bit out of my usual reading zone with a New Adult.
Kiss and Break Up is a story about two teenage best friends, Peggy and Dash. Peggy is all adolescent girl on the outskirts of the popular crowd and not yet confident in her beauty. Her best friend Dash, on the other hand, is teenage alpha badassery at its best. He’s crass and a typical high school bad boy jerk.
This friends to lovers story had me feeling like a giddy seventeen-year-old again. Ella provides plenty of teenage drama with all the angst I love from adult romance. Her diverse cast of secondary characters had me wanting to know more about their stories. It has a steamy slow burn feel with sexual tension between the young couple that didn’t make me feel icky since I am old enough to be their parents. The HEA had all the feels, and I was smiling for days after.
I would recommend Kiss and Break Up to all of my romance loving friends. I know there will be a lot more Ella Fields in my reading future!
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