Sunny Shelly’s Review: The Friendship Equation, by Suze Robinson

The Friendship Equation by Suze Robinson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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What happens when you fall for your best friend just in time to lose her?
Molly is a pastry chef with a dedicated path to running a kitchen in New York to escape the looming shadow of never being enough in her father’s kitchen.
Adam is a math teacher with a commitment to his family and their small seaside hometown. Leaving home just isn’t something he can do; not when so man people rely on him.
They are roommates and best friends who were always together… until things shift out of the friend zone. Once they find out their time together is limited, and an undeniable chemistry is unleashed, how will they figure out how to move forward as just friends? 

Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars

The Friendship Equation is the first book I’ve read by Suze Robinson and I found this friends-to-lovers story very enjoyable. Adam and Molly have been best friends for years, and are roommates. They both have feelings for the other, but assume that they are friend-zoned. Just as Molly is about to move states away and take a job in NYC, everything changes between them… but is it enough for the chef and the math teacher to change up the equation of their friendship an become something more?

It is a mostly lighthearted read — aside from some drama with his ex — as best friends Adam and Molly navigate the changes to their relationship and finally face the feelings they’ve long had for one another. While Adam doesn’t want to hold Molly back from achieving her dreams, he doesn’t want to make not telling her how he feels his biggest regret in life, either.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.


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