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Friday, January 4, 2019

ARC Review: The Secret to Dating Your Best Friend's Sister by Meghan Quinn

I’ve become a huge fan of Meghan Quinn’s and this is pretty much my favorite trope of all time, so I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book! I really enjoyed it and Meghan Quinn continues to prove that she is a fantastic writer that always delivers a great story. This one had me laughing and swooning the entire way through and I couldn’t get enough of Bram. 

Bram has wanted his best friend’s little sister since he first met her in college, but the one time he got up the courage to ask Julia out she turned him down. Now 10 years later, her career as a professional matchmaker has taken off and he knows it is finally time to try again. Losing the bet with his friends and having to become a participant in her dating program is the first step to making her his, but he knows he has his work cut out for him. 

I absolutely loved Bram. He was all in with Julia and was so determined to make her his. He knew her well and loved everything about her, including all her quirks. The one thing I will say though is that Bram made no bones about the fact that he might have been waiting for Julia and the right timing, but that didn’t mean that he was lonely while he did so. Even though I didn’t love that, I was glad that he was so honest about it. Julia was harder for me to relate to. I liked her with Bram and they had amazing chemistry. However, she was so uptight sometimes and way too in her head. It got on my nerves a bit, and I felt like she was in the wrong more than Bram, but Bram always ended up being the one to make things right it seemed. They definitely belonged together though and they were super hot! 

I have to say that while Julia herself wasn’t my favorite, I really did love the characters in this story besides her. My absolute favorite thing about this book was Bram and Rath, Julia’s brother. They were so freaking amazing, I honestly couldn’t get enough of their scenes together. They had the best bromance I’ve ever seen! They were super close, more so than any brothers or best friends i’ve seen before and I cannot get over them! I swear I would read anything and everything about these two and all their adventures together, they were so funny. Completely straight guys who just loved one another in a way that was adorable and had me feeling jealous of their closeness just like Julia did at times. Overall, this book was a great read and one I’d recommend. Bram and Rath were worth the read alone, and I really hope we get more of them from Meghan Quinn as I am nowhere near ready to be done with either of them!

**ARC Provided by Inkslinger PR**

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