Just Friends

Just Friends

Thirtysomethings Freya and Jack have been "just friends" for more than ten years. Of course, they've had their differences. Freya doesn't approve of Jack's taste for student teeny-boppers from Planet Bubblegum, and Jack has problems with Freya's utter scorn for human frailty-especially his own.

So when Freya, dumped by her lawyer boyfriend, moves temporarily into Jack's apartment, tensions simmer. They reach a boiling point when Jack agrees to act as Freya's Significant Other at her step-sister's society wedding. Now, old friends, best friends, just friends, are fighting like cats and dogs.

Bestselling author Robyn Sisman has written a sexy, hilarious novel about that eternal struggle to find "the one"-the one for now and the one forever!

Title:Just Friends
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780345442277
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    Just Friends Reviews

  • Suzie Quint

    Really? He slept with her sister? Her arch-enemy? And I'm supposed to forgive that? Maybe the heroine can, but I can't....

  • Shannon Stults

    This book covers one of my favorite concepts in romantic literature: the best friend guy. He's like my all-time favorite guy. I had so much hope for this book, which was probably my downfall. Not that...

  • Lindsey

    Look at your circle of guy friends. Could the love of your life be standing right in front of you and you don't even know it? That is what this book is all about. It's a lighthearted novel about a gir...

  • Tess

    Jack and Freya. Freya and Jack. Well, Jack = a jerk, scumbag and Freya = a confused, nit-wit. I liked the book all the way up to the last 100 pages, when Sisman developed the main characters into peop...

  • Tory

    Classic, predictable chick-lit.What really annoyed me about this book was the mix of English and American phrases. It was about an English girl living in America, and all the Americans in the book spo...

  • Amanda Morris

    This book is an unsung masterpiece within the "chick-lit" genre. Do certain parts test the limits of what is believable? Well, yes, but it is fiction! And it all works. There are so many "scenes" in t...

  • Kristen

    Reading the back the book made me think about this movie with Ashley Judd and Hugh Jackman, where they become fighting roommates and then perfect soulmates. The book was better than I expected. There ...

  • Kate

    Too many dealbreakers and too much harshness considering the premise is a promise of fluff and a foregone-conclusion happy ending. Could have been a heck of a lot better and a lot more fun....

  • Michelle Welsh

    There were very few parts in this book that I actually got into and truly enjoyed. Overall this book was a disappointment. ...

  • Penny Gumbel

    Meh. Rom-com at its mediocre best. ...