Just Good Friends

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
On his second day as restaurant manager, Gil Stone met Lauren Williams, Morris Pointe hotel's manager, and nothing was ever the same again. After their initial attraction, they chose to be friends. As their friendship grew, so did their frustration. In time, circumstances conspired to draw them together again. This time, they couldn't deny there was much more than friendship growing between them. More

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About Alton Brit

I am an author. I am or have been a son, brother, friend, student, husband, father, instructor, grandfather, co-worker, employee, and many other roles, too numerous to list. I have a lot of experience in a lot of ordinary roles. After 32 years in the workforce, I retired and I now have the time to write the rest of the stories whose cryptic story lines only exist in randomly named files on my computer. These stories chronicle ordinary, everyday people whose lives are changed by opportunities, chance happenings and extraordinary events. Some are happy, others sad and others romantic. Most are unfinished, so they may become something all together different than I currently expect. Life provides the raw materials. Imagination ties it all together.

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Review by: Ms Nonole on May 28, 2014 :
i felt the plot was a bit too light after finishing the book. what i mean is i loved the writing itself that flowed well except i saw a bit too much of the characters' names for my taste. but i believe some parts of the story could have been explored further. or that the obstacle between the couple didn't feel believable somehow.
i loved lauren's secretary a lot. and some interactions were really funny.
read it if you want a sweet and quiet romance story that is well wroten.
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Review by: Jeanne Jernegan on March 26, 2014 :
A cute romance story, I liked it.
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Review by: hrhsophia on March 13, 2014 :
A sweet, clean romance but the conversations were a little stiff.
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