As I began reading Everything Has Changed by Mia Kayla I found myself not being able to read for very long at a time because I felt this nervous, jittery feeling and would have to put the book away. Why? I was so enamored with these characters from the very beginning and I felt that at any moment one of them, mostly Jimmy, would do something totally stupid and it would be hard for them to redeem themselves in my mind. You know the scenario, girl/boy secretly loves best friend but doesn't want to tell them so they apparently feel the need to sleep around to justify it. This drives me CRAZY sometimes! Without giving too much away, I will say my fears were unwarranted and I just might have loved the characters even more by the end of the story. The story is your predictable Fall-In-Love-With-Your-Best-Friend-But-Can't-Tell-Them romance but the author added enough "What?!?" moments to keep me reading. I might have even teared up at one point in the story. I recommend this book if you love Best-Friends-to-Lovers story. Steamyness is mild with one tastefully written scene.
Jim Brason, an alpha whore, is on a fast track to fame and money. In all this craziness, the one person who keeps him sane, keeps him whole is Bliss. He’s been in love with her since before forever, but she doesn’t know and can never find out. He’s a firm believer that history repeats itself. With his tainted past, he’s afraid he’s fated to hurt her if he allows himself to follow his heart.
Bliss watched this boy grow into a man and it wasn’t fair that someone else would get to keep him when in her heart, she knew he only ever belonged to her.
Can their friendship survive? Can she live pining over a guy who will never commit? She doesn’t want to live like this, but she doesn’t know a life without him either.
EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED is a story of Love, Loss, and Longing for the boy you grew up loving.
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Mia Kayla is a New Adult/Contemporary Romance writer who lives in Illinois. On the weekdays, she can be caught wearing a suit, commuting to her corporate job in downtown Chicago and raising three beautiful munchkins in the suburbs, four if you count the husband.
In her free time she loves reading romance novels, jamming to boy bands, catching up on celebrity gossip and designing flowers for weddings.
Most of the time, she can be caught on the train with her nose in a book sporting a cheeky grin because the main characters finally get their happily-ever-after at the end.
She loves reading about happy endings but has more fun writing them.