Publisher: Loose ID

The Do-Over by MK Schiller

Posted August 24, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
The Do-Over by MK Schiller

I am seriously a sucker for two people who become friends and then find there is something more between them, I love it even more when the friends becoming friends with benefits and kind of fight off the attraction that they have for each other. Actually one of the things that I appreciated about this book was that Kyle’s POV was written really well and I enjoyed reading it, he was a lot more complex then I originally thought he was going to be. So Lanie is awkward. To say she is awkward might be a bit of an understatement. She’s super smart, she’s a lawyer, and she goes after what she wants. But she is also a really good person. She believes she is in love with her sister’s boyfriend, her colleague Brad, but instead of actively going for the guy she asks Kyle, Brad’s best friend to help her with becoming more of the kind of girl Brad would go for. Lanie is almost positive that her horrible sister will do what she always does and cheat/leave Brad and when that happens Lanie wants to be there to pick up the pieces. I felt so sorry for Lanie throughout the book. No, sorry is the wrong word, I didn’t pity her, but I did feel like she got the short end of the stick when it comes to family. Lanie’s sister is beyond horrible, I mean she is a terrible sister, and just a terrible person overall. She […]