- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 910 KB
- Print Length: 262 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Crush (6 Nov. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076H7GSKZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,573 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Joshua and Eden are best friends. They spend most of their time together. They know almost everything about each other. They can read each other's emotions, and are totally in tune. They are constantly telling people they are just friends, but even their closest buddies think there should be more to their relationship.
Josh needs Eden's help. He wants to lose his virginity before he starts college. He isn't very good at choosing the right girls, so he wants Eden to make him a list of potential girls. Josh has always been the commitment type, but he is desperate to lose it and is willing to try other methods.
Eden is reluctant to help Joshua. His plan makes her sound like a pimp, but Josh has his ways of persuading her. It's not pimping, it's like being a host of the bachelor. After some persuasion, she agrees to help.
The list of girls is made and Josh starts to flirt. High school is a confusing time, but now the sex bug has been planted these two begin to look at each other differently. They begin to notice the more than friends part of each other. They both try to avoid anything that could damage their friendship, but their thoughts become less platonic. Eden and Joshua are perfect for each other, but it's not always easy to see what's right in front of you.
This is a cute romance novel with lots of frustration and a perfect ending. It's funny, sweet and addictive.
I've read quite a few books by Monica Murphy and I'm a huge fan. Her books tick all the right boxes for me. My favourite being Fair Game. I was so excited to read Saving it and I'm so glad it didn't disappoint. I can't get enough of this author, and I always look forward to what she will come up with next.
Easy 5-stars out of 5.
*ARC received in exchange for a fair review*
“I’m not a pimp. I’m like the girl in charge of The Bachelor. Instead of a rose, he’ll hand over his virgin status as the main prize.”
This was a YA contemporary romance story, about best friends who developed feelings for each other.
I liked Eden and Josh in this, and I liked their friendship. It was cute how both of them hid their feelings for the other because they were worried about ruining their friendship, even if the wait was a little frustrating.
The storyline in this was about Josh asking his best friend Eden to help him lose his virginity, by picking a girl from school for him to have sex with. The pair then developed feelings for each other, and once they got over the hurdles of admitting their feelings, and transitioning from being friends to being more than friends, they made a cute couple.
The ending to this was a happily ever after.
6.5 out of 10
Saving It was fun, cute and just plain enjoyable to read. If you love friends-to-lovers romances, you're in for a treat!
It was so fun to see Josh and Eden realize that they had feelings for each other. Eden's reactions to how she started feeling when thinking about John having sex were really entertaining to read.
This was your typical best friends who like each other but are too afraid to confess their feelings and ruin the friendship, but with the twist of the Josh's plan to lose his virginity before going to college.
This might have been fun but it also had its angst, so if you love the perfect combo of both in a book, you need to pick this one up!
I loved both characters Joshua and Eden, who have been best friends for years, all that changes when Josh ask her to find a girl to lose his virginity too. It was a good switch being a boy needing help and still being a virgin.
All the talk of sex made them look each other differently. I found them so cute together, it seems like they were the only ones who didn’t realise what was happening between them. I loved the other best friends Molly and Abraham they were so funny.
Monica’s knack is that it all seems so realistic, not all the made up with all the stars and music fading.
I would happy letting my teenage daughter read this and enjoy as much as I did.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
Eden and Josh are best friends, Josh is still a virgin and decides that he needs to lose this by the end of senior year. He asks Eden to help him find a girl to do the deed with. But as the search goes on, they both start to question if the person they are looking for is closer than they think.
This story is written in the first person from both perspectives of Josh & Eden
Books like this one are the reason I love YA so much, the story was a great blend of romance, angst and the realization that what you think you want is always what you really want.
I thought the story was entertaining and flowed well. I enjoyed both the main characters. Josh and Eden are your typical teenage best friends, I thought their chemistry was great. The entire time I was reading this book I felt like it could be a really great teen movie, it reminded me of the classics from the 90s.
This was a great story. If you love YA then I would recommend this book to you
Loved the characters, especially of course Josh and Eden best friends who develop feelings for each other. They came across as generally good kids with everyday high school drama, which was not over the top. Don’t get me wrong, there were a few frustrating moments, but unlike Monica’s last YA series I don’t think any of their actions made me rolled my eyes once.
Overall a cute YA first love, young love, friends to lovers story from Monica Murphy not to be missed. Looking forward to the next one.
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