Review: Friends Without Benefits by Penny Reid

Posted May 9, 2017 by Quinn in Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: Friends Without Benefits by Penny ReidFriends Without Benefits (Knitting in the City, #2) by Penny Reid
five-stars
Published by Caped Publishing on September 29th 2013
Pages: 424
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Friends Without Benefits can be read as a standalone, is a full length 120k word novel, and is book#2 in the Knitting in the City Series.
There are three things you need to know about Elizabeth Finney: 1) She suffers from severe sarcastic syndrome, especially when she's unnerved, 2) No one unnerves her like Nico Manganiello, and 3) She knows how to knit.
Elizabeth Finney is almost always right about everything: the musical merits of boy bands are undervalued by society, “benefits” with human Ken dolls are better without friendship, and the sun has set on her once-in-a-lifetime chance for true love. But when Elizabeth’s plans for benefits without friendship are disarmed by the irritatingly charismatic and chauvinistic Nico Manganiello- her former nemesis- she finds herself struggling to maintain the electric fence around her heart while avoiding electrocution or, worse, falling in love.

REVIEW

 

YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you Penny Reid!!! You nailed this bitch! No one does second chance romance like you! This book had so much heart in it! I absolutely ADORED it, like I do with all of her amazing books.

FYI, thank you for the bonus chapter!! Keep them coming….pun intended.

Just putting this out there, if anyone has tips or tricks on how to worm their way into Penny’s life, leave a comment down below. I feel like we are destined to be BFF’s but I’m tired of waiting for destiny to work her damn magic.

 

five-stars

About Penny Reid

Penny Reid is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Winston Brothers and Knitting in the City series. When she’s not immersed in penning smart romances, Penny works in the biotech industry as a researcher. She’s also a full time mom to three diminutive adults, wife, daughter, knitter, crocheter, sewer, general crafter, and thought ninja.

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