Boyfriends come and go but best friends are forever has always been Andrew and Caleb's mantra. Can they be both?
At fourteen, Andrew Thompson and Caleb Lakes become best friends. As the years pass, they stand by each other through family trauma, school, and the start of their careers. They share their first sexual experiences, learning and experimenting, and they talk each other through countless dates and breakups.
Decades of trust and loyalty build a deep and abiding friendship, one that surpasses any relationship in their lives. But when the parameters of their unique friendship change, neither man knows how to break out of their established roles to build something new. After all, boyfriends come and go, but best friends are forever.
“Harder, oh God, Drew…harder!” Caleb Lakes flattened his palms against his headboard, locked his elbows, and braced himself against his roommate’s animalistic thrusts. There was no way this was going to last long. Not with those familiar I’m-about-to-blow-my-load grunts flowing from Andrew’s mouth in a steady stream while his thick dick shoved into Caleb with uncoordinated abandon.
Long fingers curled around Caleb’s waist, muscular thighs wedged between his spread legs, and firm hips undulated behind him. Caleb knew what would come next. Andrew Thompson’s body during sex was as familiar to Caleb as his own. That smooth long neck would tilt back, green eyes would clench shut, plump lips would drop open, and a pink tongue would...
I just love the characters from this series, the familiar feeling I get when reading all my best friends, and catching up with where they are at right now.
I still have that happy feeling inside, the same every Cardeno C. book leaves me with...I can't have enough of Cardeno's books.
Positively phenomenal! A unique spin on the friends to lover theme with an amazing relationship-based story. Andrew Thompson and Caleb Lakes meet and become the best of friends while young teenagers. The story takes us through the next 20 years...
That being said, I still enjoyed reading it, just not quite so much as the others.