Bromance to Romance

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Dan Foster is looking for love… in all the wrong places.
Drew Baxter has been in love with his best friend, Dan, for years.
Can two best friends who know everything about one another cross the line from friends to lovers? Will these two crash and burn or will they be able to turn their bromance into a romance? More
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About Elizabeth Daniels

Elizabeth Daniels is the possible made up persona of a girl who loves love and loves to read about love.

Elizabeth is a wife and mother who lives in the desert valley of Southern California surrounded by gorgeous mountains that are covered with bright orange poppies every spring. She shuffles a home full of boys and finds it unnerving to be the minority in the house most of the time. She loves animals, doesn’t eat them, and has rescued the three canines that lay at her feet as she writes.

She recently took her love of boys who love boys on a challenge to let the characters out of her head and tell their own stories.

She is taking a chance at this thing called writing, when she is not busy being lost in a book.

She may be crazy.
She may be brilliant.
She may be trying not to talk about herself in the third person because it’s pretentious and creepy.

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Novella Girl reviewed on Oct. 14, 2015

Such a good story, I had to reread!
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Ruby Jewlz reviewed on Nov. 2, 2014

One of the sweeter bromance to romance stories I've read. Great characters all around, would love some more on Noah
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Cliff Key reviewed on Oct. 27, 2014

Wonderfully written story of an established bromance to romance.
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Olley White reviewed on Oct. 13, 2014

4.5 Actually, d'ya know what..Drew & Dan are in my head again & I keep thinking about little bits of the conversations and story. So I'm putting that extra half a star back.

I loved this. Yep - once again I was lucky enough to beta read and I'm trying to be as objective as I can in this review.

This is Elizabeth's second prompt - and she is the third one to claim this particular prompt. Third time lucky IMO!!

Elizabeth Daniels has a way of putting words together that I just adore. It's like she gets inside the characters, she isn't just writing them, she really, really understands them. From what they're wearing to how they think and feel, everything is the character's choice, not the writer's.

Dan and Drew - oh these two. You ever want to slap someone and say, look at what is right in front of you...yep. *nods head* THESE two!! I have to say, Ms Daniels makes the wait worth it. And we get a tease... "He gave Dan their usual kiss goodnight: one kiss on the forehead and one kiss on each cheek, but Drew didn’t stop there. He kissed his way from Dan’s cheek and along his jaw until he came to a pair of slightly parted lips that he had to taste."
I mean UNGH, right?

I love her secondary characters. In fact good secondary characters are a weakness of mine, and even in their brief appearances I feel each person we meet has their own story to tell. Noah from The Backdoor for example. He's there for a few paragraphs and I already want to know his story!

This story isn't in your face sexy, but it is sexy. The kind of sexy that comes with good friends and longing and love. I'm getting shivers just thinking about it! As much as I like a good shag in my reading (I feel I've said this before recently, sorry) sometimes I really love NOT having it in a story. Sometimes the story doesn't need it. Sometimes it is much sexier without. IMO!!

I'm rambling, I know I am. I don't want to spoil this story. I really hope you all enjoy it as much as I have. I know I'll be re-reading it when I want a friends-to-more book (it is my favourite trope!).

Thank you for not one but two stories Elizabeth!!

ETA -the phone sex. How could I have forgotten to mention his. Hot phone call is HOT.
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Novella Girl reviewed on Oct. 13, 2014
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Really good story!!
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hrhsophia reviewed on Oct. 12, 2014

A nice easy to read story.
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