Review of There’s A Possibility by Lou J Bard

There's A Possibility

I’m a sucker for friends to lovers romance novels. There is just something so sweet about two women who are already best friends realizing how much they truly love each other. There’s A Possibility by debut author Lou J Bard shines.

 

Here is a short blurb about the book:

My name is Diana Sheridan and I think you’re my soulmate!”

Diana Sheridan has been in love with Penelope Bennett since the fateful day that they met in their grade school library. The only problem?

Penelope is straight.

Penelope Bennett has been picking up the pieces of Diana’s failed and flawed flings since high school and wants for her best friend to find happiness; but is certain that it is not with her.

A two-month long overseas work excursion puts twenty-four years of friendship to the test when Diana returns home with more than just a new cultural experience and Penelope must decide once and for all if there’s a possibility for more between them.

 

I really liked the relationship between Diana and Penelope. They pushed each other’s buttons in a playful and silly manner. The way that only best friends can. From the very beginning, you could see how much Diana loved and cared for Penelope. The opening scene was my favorite it truly showed Diana’s character. Penelope was my favorite character I loved how instead of saying God she would call out the names of other Gods such as Athena.

 

I thought overall the book was well written. The sex scenes in this book are super steamy be prepared to blush in public. Overall, I really enjoyed reading this novel and look forward to reading more from them in the future.

 

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves friends to lovers romances.

 

There’s A Possibility  is available on Kindle Unlimited by clicking here.

Author: melzie88

Secondary education major specializing in English, book blogger, puppy mom.

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