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Books Where Best Friends Fall in Love
Winter can be a tough part of the year. At such times, a cozy blanket, a warm cup of tea, and a good book are medicine like no other. And books about best friends falling in love are a particularly good choice. I have read a fair amount of romance in my not-so-long life thus far. Among the various tropes, friends-to-lovers has always been a favorite of mine. In a world with a population over seven billion, finding a partner, and especially the right partner, can be surprisingly difficult. But what if that person was there, a part of your life, all along?
There is no torment like falling in love with your best friend. Confessing your true feelings sounds unbearable. You risk the best relationship in your life for a love that might be unrequited. You are in constant fear of losing your best friend along with a lover after the breakup. It is literally orchestrated torture. This is the tormenting story of two orphans who became best friends when life was too cruel to survive. At the age of eighteen, Callum and Harper were thrown out of their foster homes with nowhere else to go; the system they relied on failed them miserably after putting them on a year-long waiting list.
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More likely than not, you know what it feels like to have a crush on a friend. Maybe you thought inconvenient romantic feelings would stop making appearances after high school, but, well, you were wrong. Luckily, there are plenty of books about best friends falling in love to help you navigate the emotional turbulence of being in love with someone you already trust wholeheartedly. It can be extremely confusing to realize that you might like someone as more than a friend : Do they feel the same way? Should you tell them?