Melena T, Reviewer
Skylar has been in love with her best friend Bridget's brother Oliver for years, but something happened and she avoid him as best she could. Then he moves into her and Bridget's apartment. The description of the book compared it to Bridget Jones's Diary, and I can definitely see shades of that here. Instead of writing in a diary, though, Skylar is writing a relationship and sex column that is supposed to be following her own experiences, except she doesn't have any. The plot was fairly well paced and the story was interesting. I liked that both books in the duet were included because I was looking forward to reading the second one right after I finished the first. If you enjoy romantic comedies I think you'll like these books too!