Author: M.E. Carter and Sara Ney
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: 12/15/2015
Genre(s): Women Fiction, Humor
Page Count: 269
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
“A best friend is someone you can trust; they make you laugh, they hold you when you cry… they drive you to the sex shop when you’re trying to spice up your marriage.”
Becky used to be “the fun one.” But after five kids, yes five, and ten years of marriage, she is becoming everything she swore she’d never be; complacent, content and boring in the bedroom.
Determined to spice things up her marriage, she leans on the one person besides her husband she can always count on for advice; her best friend Janine.
Outgoing and always outspoken Janine has issues of her own; she is tired of living the single life. After a bitter divorce leaves her struggling to find love again, she’s no longer content coming home to an empty apartment, and living vicariously through her best friends love life.
Online dating, confused husbands, and flirting with random porn stars lead to nothing but trouble. Because nothing with these two is easy—and nothing ever goes according to plan.
Ever. At all. Not even close.
Review: Soul mates is not about the love of you life. Your soul mate could be your best friend. The one person who will stand with you through the thick and thin. Who will be your voice of reason. The one who can slap you back to earth or talk you off the edge. That is what Becky and Janine are. Best Friends. Soul Mates They know the ends and outs of each others life. No matter where life takes them, Becky married with 5 kids or Janine divorce and looking for Mr. Right, they are part of each other lives. FriendTrip takes on the adventures of they everyday life. This book having you laughing and enjoying the banter between these two. I couldn’t put it down once I started. There friendship reminds me with my best friend. There is nothing that these can’t talk about with each other. I would highly recommend for a great story that is light and airy not too serious.
Review Copy of FriendTrip provided by M.E. Carter and Sara Nay for an honest Review.