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Hank has been in love with Paisley for a very long time. Paisley doesn't think of Hank as more than her best friend's brother or so she tries to tell herself. But after one night of sex, she can't ignore him any longer, even though she tries. But Hank offers her a way out; a no strings attached fling. But when Paisley has to confront her old fears and insecurities will Hank finally give up on her? Find the official description on Goodreads.
We start out the morning after Paisley sleeps with Hank....and let me just tell you that was a fun scene to witness. I think I was laughing or chuckling the whole time right through until Paisley finally gets away. It was hilarious. It was fun. And it got the reader interested. After all, in this day and age who cares who sleeps with who(barring diseases and such)? So it was really fun to hear Paisley's monologue and hear some of the reasons she feels sleeping with Hank is wrong.
I enjoyed the characters of Hank and Paisley. Hank just a bit more. He was a real gentlemen and for the most part a guy that any girl would be lucky to have. However he does have a few faults to make him seem less perfect and more real as well as more 3D. I wanted to see more of Hank but could also understand that it is Paisley narrating and so it didn't always seem plausible that we'd get as much time with Hank as much as the readers would like.
The Girl He Knows also gave me warm, fuzzy feelings. It felt good to see friends portrayed as people who will stand by you no matter what. It isn't always true but in books, it's nice to read situations where friends are there for each other and help each other out. It was amazing to read that situation and it was something I enjoyed.
If you like romance and amazing friendships, than maybe you should give The Girl He Knows a chance. It releases on August 18th, 2014!