It’s always sad to see a series end. I Think I Love You, though, was a perfect little bow to put on top of one of my favorite series.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE a great friends to lovers trope and Brit and Hunter were the perfect match!
Brit seems to be in a slump. She can’t seem to keep a boyfriend for more than a few weeks. Things start off great but then its seems like she gets slipped to the friend zone. Is she not sexy enough? Is her game completely off? With all of her friends getting married and starting families, she’s ready for that life. But it seems every guy she tries to move forward with turns around and leaves her with just more questions.
Hunter is her best friend. He dates a lot and even though he could totally be a manwhore, he is respectful and oozes sexiness. So who better to give her lessons on how to snag a man than her best friend. The only problem… not that they’ve started these little lessons, the lines are blurred and she’s starting to see Hunter is a totally new light.
Hunter doesn’t know why he agreed to be Brit’s love coach. But now that he’s started, he’s starting to see Brit in a whole new light. As much as he would love to be more to her, he knows her life is in NYC and NYC has always just been a stopover for him.
The two finally start to give in to these new feelings, but can it last. Especially after Hunter finds out his time in NYC is limited.
Brit and Hunter is my favorite out of the series. You can totally read each book as a standalone – but this series is one of my MUST READ recommendations. Sexy, smart and so much fun!