Almost Just Friends: A Novel
Piper Manning has had an admittedly tough life, losing her parents at a young age and consequently having to raise her two younger siblings. But things are finally looking up: Piper is getting ready to sell the family lake house, and she has plans for her share of the profits. But life rarely remains simple, and when her siblings return home, the secrets they bring with them make a mess of everything. Further complicating Piper’s situation is her neighbor’s son, Cam, and not even Piper can deny the feelings he stirs in her. Can Piper still manifest the new, better life she’s been working toward?
Jill Shalvis has created a fun, complex, and all-too-close-to-life novel with Almost Just Friends. Piper’s life is the kind of complicated that many readers can identify with, and the up-and-down relationships with her adult siblings will seem familiar to many, while the unexpected heat she feels with Cam is sure to keep readers turning the pages. This is a fun and funny novel, perfect for a light read.
|Page Count||384 pages|
|Publisher||William Morrow Paperbacks|
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