I missed my chance to tell her how I felt once before, I’m not going to let it happen again…
For years I buried my feelings for my best friend, Skye, because she needed my friendship more than anything else.
Now she’s decided she’s finally ready to take a chance on falling in love.
Just… not with me.
But I refuse to stand by and watch her fall for another man. Not when I know we’re perfect for each other.
So, when we end up trapped in a snowed-in cabin, I use the opportunity to show Skye exactly how good we can be together.
Getting stuck in a cabin with my best friend shouldn’t have been a big deal.
But that was before he let me know exactly how he feels about me.
I’ve had a good reason for never letting myself see Brody as anything more than a friend, though. And I’m fighting this attraction with everything I have.
Only, I’m not sure I’m going to win. Because Brody is determined to make me his.
And I’ve got a feeling he won’t go down without a fight.
Wishing for Always is a steamy, dual POV, best-friends-to-lovers, contemporary romance novella set at beautiful Lake Tahoe. It is part of The Silver Lining multi-author series but can be read as a standalone.
Wishing for Always is a sweet and sexy friends-to-lovers romance with a healthy helping of we’re stuck in a snowstorm with only one bed! for good measure 😉
I thoroughly enjoyed Brody and Skye’s story, even if I spent roughly half of it shaking my head at Skye’s stubborness. She couldn’t resist Brody in the end, though, and that’s all that matters.
Also–did I mention there’s only one bed? I mean, that should sell you on reading this right there!
This novella continues the Silver Linings series, where patrons of the titular bar write wishes on dollar bills, some of which have started to come true. This book was set up in the epilogue of the first ( Wishing on Snowflakes ); if you haven’t read that one yet it is also repeated in this book as a prologue, but the whole series is really cute so do yourself a favor and read them all 😉
Rating: 4 stars / A-
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.