Clay Preston is the most desirable guy in school, and boy does he know it!
Movie star looks paired with a quarterback’s body, he’s every girl’s dream guy–but not mine. To me, he’s simply my best friend, the one who has been there as far back as I can remember.
Our relationship has always been easy, playful and affectionate, but after one lost bet, and one payment in the form of a kiss, the dynamic of everything changes…
Note: Always You is book one in the Best Friend series; however, it is a standalone novel with a complete ending.
What a beautiful story!
I have read three books now by Kirsty Moseley, what the heck have I been doing!! I want to devour this author's books right now having just finished Always You as well.
Each book I have read has had a lasting effect on me and each journey is unforgettable, I definitely need to read more from this author.
Always You is a Young Adult cross over into Adulthood and independence. The story of two best friends who become more, well eventually anyway.
I love a friend's to lovers romance and this book has all that and more including heartwarming, heartbreaking and intense moments.
I have to admit Riley and Clay didn't half make me roll my eyes at the beginning of their story, they are best friends who are very touchy-feely, they hold hands, hug and Riley jumps into his arms quite often and then she wonders why her boyfriend gets jealous. Clay has felt more for Riley for a long time and boy is she oblivious to it.
Always You is a journey into what becomes a beautiful relationship with lots of bumps and scrapes along the way to test the strength of not only Clay and Riley's relationship but friendship too but what can I say this is a relationship that could stand the test of time and I loved taking the journey with them.
This is one of those books that I am certain I read a long time ago but Goodreads doesn't seem to have it on my shelf *rolls eyes at goodreads, so I was not aware I had already read this once I started but things started to become familiar to the point I knew I had read it before so I downloaded the audio and it was like a brand new story for me even though I knew what was coming, the narrator did a fab job of doing both male and female characters. Riley and Clay are in their teens so she didn't have to put on that pretend deeper male voice and it worked.
Recommended YA friends to lovers story. Told in first person dual pov, leads to heartwarming HEA.