I am a firm believer that a great book should hook a reader from the first page. Going for Four did just that for me. I was so interested that I forgot everything else and spent the rest of my day with Cody and Olivia. Cody and Olivia were adorable. The chemistry was fun, flirty and subtle. The friends into lovers scenario has been done by other authors and some quite well. However, my emotions were more involved with this couple than any other. Loved it and would recommend it.
It’s either true love…or the biggest mistake they’ve ever made.
Hot firefighter Cody Madsen has stayed away from Olivia Dixon for almost two years—technically. Even though he talks to her every day and sees her every weekend. But there’s no kissing, touching, or telling her how he really feels. Because they’re just friends. Anything more than that would mean crossing the line that Olivia’s older brother has firmly drawn between them.
Olivia wants what her three sisters have—true love. She could almost believe she’s found it with Cody, if it weren’t for the fact that he’s her older brother’s best friend and her brother won’t have it. And he’s never steered her wrong before. Her head is telling her to trust her brother, but her heart won’t let go of Cody.
Her solution? A dating site where she and Cody can each find their “Perfect Pick” once and for all.
But when the site yields some unexpected results, their real feelings come front and center. And they have to decide if it’s worth the risk to cross the line from friendship to love after all.
Warning: Contains a starry-eyed romantic, a wannabe knight in shining armor, and chocolate chip cookies. A lot of chocolate chip cookies.