Love this author and always recommend her. But sad to say this book was so boring and predictable that I couldn’t even finish it.
This series and the stiletto series are my favorite romance novels that I have ever read! Love how unique they are and how well written. Re read them often and I can’t do that with any other series. Love them!
I haven't read the other books in this series - I don't think - so there were some things I missed out on but not much. It definitely makes me want to go back and read books 1-4! I love a good friends to lovers romance! It's almost inevitable when one is needing help or advice - or lessons in this case - that one falls for the other or they both fall mutually. Plus I loved the way all their friends - and coworkers - seem to get involved because they are one big happy friend family. Even though they work together. Definitely need to go read the other books in the series! This can be a standalone but I think it's more helpful to have read the other books in the series first.
I've only read one other book in the Oxford series but reading the final book has me moving the rest of the series to the top of my TBR. I love a good friends to lovers story and I feel like everyone has felt like Brit at one time or another. Why am I constantly getting friend-zoned? Why don't I feel a spark with anyone even though I go on regular enough dates? Good for Brit that her male BFF can give her advice about how to be right? I loved everything about the lessons that Hunter and Brit had. This book had just the right amount of angst that kept me reading until I was bleary eyed and exhausted. The ending made me want to read all about the Stiletto and Oxford crews as soon as possible! I'm sure once I've read the books before this one, I'll be super sad that this is the end of the Oxford series. *This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
Hunter and Brit’s story has been long awaited, but with that, also meant the Oxford series coming to an end...and that is bittersweet. With each couple in the series making an appearance here it felt like visiting with old friends. I was thrilled when “I Think I Love You" came out, this couple has been on my radar for their own story for some time. With Hunter and Brit there was a vulnerability that truly tore at my heartstrings...with the emotional attachment that has formed over time with these two, their journey was joyous and rewarding in their finally having their own HEA...especially when all their friends had already found their own. You just knew Hunter and Brit would have their own happy ending, but when it finally came about, I'm embarrassed to say, I gave a joyous Whoop Whoop with a raised fist. Thank you Ms Layne for providing a host of friends who brought endless hours of heartfelt joy, emotional tugs at the heartstrings, and many many instances of hilarious entertainment. You've created characters who are larger than life and will be long remembered. This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher and NetGalley. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.
Lauren Layne's I Think I Love you, the last book in the Oxford series was an absolute delight. I'm just sorry I didn't find this series earlier. Though the book reads well as a stand alone all the secondary characters/couples were so interesting I want to know more about them. Brit and Hunter made excellent friends but I loved watching as things shifted and they started to be aware of their attraction. It was a fun sexy ride to their HEA. I highly recommend this book. I received an advance reader copy from Netgalley.
*ARC of, I Think I Love You, was provided by the publisher via NetGalley for an honest review, no compensation was given.* One forever friend zoned girl ✅ One serial dater ✅ Two best friends ✅ A group of crazy friends ✅ What happens when you put all those together, a disaster in the making or the perfect HEA? I Think I love You is an adorable friends to lovers romantic comedy that drew me in from the first page. Brit and Hunter have been best friends for six years, Brit can't understand why she can't seem to keep a guy interested past the third date. So she asks her BFF, Hunter, to teach her the art of seduction. Hunter reluctantly agrees to help her and that's when all the fun begins. I really enjoyed the witty banner between these two characters, and how they navigated, each in their own way, their new found romance. This is the first book I have read in this series and this book definitely makes me want to read the entire series. I whole heartedly recommend this book.