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Also by Mika Jolie:

Explicitly Yours, October 2017
e-Book
The Boy Friend, April 2017
Paperback
Somewhere to Begin, October 2016
e-Book
Wrapped in Red, December 2015
e-Book
Tattooed Hearts, September 2015
e-Book
Need You Now, November 2014
Paperback
The Scale, August 2014
Paperback

The Boy Friend
Mika Jolie

Platonically Complicated
Author Self-Published
April 2017
On Sale: April 23, 2017
Featuring: Coriander Phillips
340 pages
ISBN: 1545230528
EAN: 9781545230527
Kindle: B071YL3LMD
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Contemporary

According to the law of attraction, women and men can’t be friends.

Contrary to this myth, my friendship with Coriander Phillips does not rest on unrequited love or un-actualized lust. We’ve been inseparable since the day I pulled one of her pigtails and she punched me in the gut.

She’s hilarious, fun to hang out with. Together, we’re like peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti and meatballs, wings and beer. A match made in heaven.

She’s the bomb.

Did I mention she’s smokin’ hot? I’ve checked her out…maybe once or twice. Hey, I’m a guy.

Seriously, no awkwardness, no secret yearning for our relationship to escalate beyond the purely platonic. I’m the boy friend—the loyal shoulder she cries on, the dispenser of coffee, sympathy, hugs, advice, and affection with no expectations.

Until the invisible line between friends and lovers became blurry.

Now I want more. I want her.

All I have to do is convince her we can be more than friends.

Right?

If only it were that easy.

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Fresh Fiction Box Not To Miss, Selection, November 2017

Platonically Complicated

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