Gouda Friends

 


Two high school BFFs reunite and endeavor to fix each other’s lives in this geeky romance from the author of Love, Comment, Subscribe.

Tam Doan dumped her boyfriend after he threw away her gourmet cheese. Sure, it’s a little more complicated than that, but the point is, he had it coming. Newly single and unemployed, Tam calls up her best friend from high school and utters the emergency code word—goldfish. Next thing she knows, she’s on a plane back home.

Josh O’Malley was a troubled, unconfident teenager. Now he’s the successful owner of a multimillion-dollar ghost kitchen. Tam, his high school BFF and fellow member of the Nerd Herd friend group, was instrumental in building his self-esteem. When she calls him out of the blue, he jumps at the chance to return the favor.

Josh and Tam immediately get to work fixing her life—but again, it’s complicated. Their close friendship was always a lifeline between them; a blooming romance might confuse things. Still, at least one thing is for certain: their chemistry is un-brie-lievable.


My Review


This is my first introduction to this author. After reading this book, I plan to go back and check out book one. I had so much fun reading this book. I could not stop laughing at all of the "cheesy" puns. Additionally, all of the characters for the most part (not including Tam's ex-boyfriend) are very likable and people that I would hang out with for good food and drinks. 


Tam and Josh are great together. The friends to lovers' relationship worked so well. They are both a bit dorky, but they compliment each other. Also, who knew that Josh would turn out to be good in bed. I mean you know you have found a winner when after having sex with your best friend, it leaves you wanting to write bad Yelp reviews for all the prior boyfriends. Readers who enjoy romantic comedies or fun rom coms will want to pick up a copy of this book for themselves. Gouda Friends is a gouda good time!

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