Best Friends with Benefits by Candy Sloane

Best Friends with Benefits
Most Likely To #1
By: Candy Sloane
Releasing March 14, 2016
Entangled Brazen

Valerie Barkin and Alec Rogers survived bullies, awful parents, and seriously shitty social standing the only way best friends can—together. But with the unexpected sexual tension suddenly flaring between them, surviving their ten-year high school reunion might be a different story…

Val hasn’t changed. She still feels like the stringy-haired band geek the popular kids teased, but Alec has definitely changed. He’s now the front man for the Grammy-winning rock band Chronic Disharmony, with the sexual reputation to match. And he’s more than willing to help Val rock the reunion.

And then it happens—a drunken game of Seven Minutes in Heaven—and their fourteen-years-long foreplay comes crashing to the forefront…changing everything.

Seven minutes turns into a weekend of mind-blowing, no-strings-attached sex. But these best friends won't be able to leave their hearts out of it forever, not when the most meaningful benefit could change their relationship for good....

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Author Info
Candy Sloane is a pseudonym for a Young Adult & New Adult author who needed to write some naughty books her mother couldn’t read. She lives in Portland, OR and loves Lifetime movies. She would tell you more, but this persona is a secret.

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“Ice and vending?” he asked, indicating the sign on the wall.
“Are you serious?”
He pressed his lips to her ear. “I know you’ve been fantasizing about me fucking you since last night. Do you really want to wait any longer?”
It came out bolder than he’d intended. Maybe he’d gone too far.
“I can’t wait any longer,” she admitted, her eyes sheepish.
Had he ever heard sweeter words? He dragged her down the hall in the direction of the arrow on the vending sign, anticipation making him lightheaded.
They arrived at a fluorescent-lighted alcove. An ice machine and a Coke machine stood rumbling on either side of them.
It wasn’t ideal. But there was a door they could close.
They had enough room if they stood. “What do you think?”
She considered their surroundings. He should have just slammed the door and started up with her again. He was trying to be polite, and his question was going to make her
“I’m more of a Pepsi girl”—she smiled slyly—“but what the hell?”

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