Friends With Partial Benefits (Friends With Benefits Series (Book 1))

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When a tennis passionate divorcee meets the tennis-obsessed roommate and best friend of her son, their shared interest quickly develops into an intense mutual attraction, which they try desperately to fight. While under the influence (of something more than just the perfect Miami night) they hatch a plan to be Friends With Partial Benefits complete with rules to define the boundaries. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 71,130
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466113930
About Luke Young

Luke Young is the Kindle-bestselling author of the Friends With...Benefits series as well as the novel Shrinkage.

Young's Friends With...Benefits novels are filled with passion, longing, comedy, and, yes, sex. His relationship comedies feature strong, sexy female characters -- women who seize every opportunity for fun and don't let a little thing like age stand in the way of love or desire. In each book Young sets different wheels in motion, applying his comedic touch and pitch-perfect ear for playful couples' banter. The result is warm, funny, sexy storytelling at its best.

Young got his start writing screenplays, which earned the praise of contest judges while never quite making it to the "green light." He adapted his second screenplay into a novel and found himself hooked on the new form. Since then, he's released five novels, one novella, and one short story.

Young's prolific nature is a gift to fans across the globe who have enthusiastically embraced the Friends With...Benefits series. This fan support has driven the books up the Kindle bestseller lists. If you enjoy romance, sex, and unexpected hilarity, you will love Young's books.

You can find Luke at or write to him directly at

Young also writes "spicier" books under the pen name Ian Dalton. If you like your sexy comedy heavy on the sexy, be sure to check out Dalton's Victoria Wilde series. For more information on how Ian Dalton's Victoria Wilde series relates to the Friends With...Benefits series please see the "Who Is Ian Dalton" area of his website.

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Review by: hrhsophia on Oct. 26, 2012 :
A great read, a bit convenient that he turned out to be older!
(review of free book)

Review by: Stephanie on Sep. 21, 2011 :
This is not your same old romance book. As you read you get caught how in the different situations and the comedy each one brings. This book is fun, exciting, sexy, and tastefully done, keeping thing really and believable. Great Saturday, by pool or under a tree read. Enjoy!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Hannah Hummel on Sep. 09, 2011 :
There are a lot of really terrible romance novels out there, but this is not one of them. I really loved this book. It was a fun, funny romance with characters that I would love to know myself, especially Victoria the main character Jillian's best friend.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: sistahanime on Aug. 25, 2011 :
I will do my best to review this without spoiling.

Simply put, this book is amazing. It is because of books likes this that I love romances.

It was like being in college all over again, but the drama is way better. You get so in touch with these characters that I am sure you know about 5 friends or more who match these characters emotions. The plot is good and flows very well. During this story you watch the main male character grow and mature right before you eyes. I was literally in my chair cheering him on out loud.

I knew i was going to love this book as soon as read the first three pages and laughed out loud. Normally I would complain about how few actual sex scenes there were but this book didn't need them. There more than enough frustrated love and drama to go around.

This book is well worth the money and I happy to have it on my iPod because i WILL be reading it again.

I stayed up way into the wee hours of the night finishing it so I highly suggest you keep track of time or read it when you have day to yourself. Great work!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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