Between Friends - Book Three - Amanda Cowen

Between Friends - Book Three

By Amanda Cowen

  • Release Date: 2018-06-11
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
From 10 Ratings


The only way to have a friend is to be one…especially between the sheets…

When neurotically challenged and unlucky in love Megan Daniels, is propositioned by her life-long friend Ben Romano with a coin toss (heads, they sleep together, tails they don’t) the night before they are about to attend a destination wedding, she drunkenly accepts his challenge. But when Megan wakes up the next morning with a bad hang-over and Ben in her bed, she is more than mortified. It isn’t until the tropical heat begins to ignite emotions Megan never ever believed she could possibly have, that she starts to question if risking their friendship is the answer to finding true love.

This is the third book in the Between Friends Series by Amanda Cowen.


  • Between Friends book 3

    By Disappointed3xs
    This book was a joke. 85 pages and every page has grammar errors. All 3 books could have been 1. Seemed as it was just thrown together in a hurry. Will not purchase from this author again
  • Not a good review.

    By cakissee
    The only reason I give it two stars is because of the story line. There were so many grammar and spelling errors. The first book is free, second book 200 plus pages for 2.99, but the third book was only 80 pages for 2.99. It is really only one book. I would not waste the money.
  • cheap book with borrowed dialogue

    By Mrschoff
    Can you say plagiarism? If the author is going to steal dialogue from another source she should probably choose something other than one of the most popular sitcoms of all time, Friends. Seriously, there an entire scene that is word-for-word stolen from "The One With The Morning After" episode. Lots of typos, wrong words, one paragraph is duplicated. Seriously? A high schooler could have caught these errors. Shouldn't have to pay to read a rough draft. Taking all that into consideration, the characters were cute, the story believable albeit predictable.