Monday, February 10, 2020

Review: The Best Laid Plans by Cameron Lund


Book description:

 It seemed like a good plan at first.
When the only other virgin in her group of friends loses it at Keely's own eighteenth birthday party, she knows it's time for drastic measures. If she's going to avoid heading to college without any experience of her own, she needs to find the guy, and fast.
Problem is, she's known all the boys in her small high school forever, and it's kinda hard to be into a guy when you watched him eat crayons in kindergarten. So she can't believe her luck when she meets a ridiculously hot new guy named Dean. Not only does he look like he's fallen out of a classic movie poster, but he drives a motorcycle, flirts with ease, and might actually be into her.
But Dean's already in college, and Keely is convinced he'll drop her if he finds out how inexperienced she is. That's when she talks herself into a new plan: her lifelong best friend, Andrew, would never hurt or betray her, and he's clearly been with enough girls that he can show her the ropes before she goes all the way with Dean.
Of course, the plan only works if Andrew and Keely stay friends--just friends--so things are about to get complicated.

My review: 

The Best Laid Plans is such a fun and engaging read. I was hooked from the start and did not want to stop reading until I was finished. Keely and Andrew are such great friends and I love seeing how well he knows her and how she can completely be herself with him. Dean is such a dreamboat though it's not hard to see why Keely would swoon over him. Honestly I knew where this was going from the start, but man did I enjoy the ride. I think this may very well be the best friends to lovers book that I have ever read. The characters are very well done and intriguing. I loved every second of it. It somewhat reminded me of one of my other favorite YA contemporary romances, The Kissing Booth. I would love to read more books from this author! 

** I received this book free for review through bookishfirst. This is my honest and voluntary review. ** 

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