I Think I Love You
A USA TODAY Bestseller, Amazon Best Book of the Month, and iBooks Best Month of the Month
Oxford, Book Five
featuring Hunter Cross and Brit Robbins
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+ book summary
A game of seduction between two best friends goes deliciously wrong in an irresistible Oxford Novel that brims with wit and sexual tension. Library Journal hails Layne’s work as “exemplary contemporary romance.”
Brit Robbins knows that dating in New York City is hard—she just hoped to have it mastered by age thirty. But after yet another promising suitor says they have no sparks, Brit decides it’s time to torch her dating game and try a new plan. And who better to coach Brit through the art of seduction than the guy who first gave her the “let’s be friends” card?
Hunter Cross has always figured there’s nothing his best friend Brit can do to surprise him. But Brit’s request is a surprise he doesn’t see coming—and one he’s definitely not prepared for. Hunter and Brit have always been careful to keep things perfectly platonic, but the fake dates and faux flirting are starting to feel like the real deal. And soon Hunter realizes he has taught Brit too well. Not only has she become an expert at seduction, the man becoming thoroughly seduced is him.
Hunter choked on his drink. “What do you mean, practice?”
“We’re talking the art of seduction here,” she said practically. “I’m not an expert, obviously, but I know it means more than just words. It’s about looks, and touch, and … moves.”
“Don’t you’d dare laugh at me,” she said quickly, lifting a finger in warning when his lips twitched.
“Moves?” he said, trying to hide the impending smile and falling. “Is this high school in the nineties?”
She leaned forward and gave him a not so gentle punch on the arm. “Will you help me, nor not?”
Brit scowled. “You said you’d do anything for me.”
“Yeah, but not teach you how to … mate.”
“Mate?! Okay that’s worse than moves. And it’s not so tawdry as that. I just need some pointers on how to get guys to stop viewing me as a pal. That’s all.”
“Oh, is that all?” He said it sarcastically, dragging a hand over his face. “It’s weird, Brit. You’re my friend. My closest friend.”
“Exactly the problem. Every other guy wants that role too.”
“Do I have competition in the friend department?” He smiled as he said it, but she noticed he was watching her as though he cared about the answer.
“Of course not. You’re still my number one.”
“You’re flattering me now.”
“Is it working?” She asked hopefully.
“This girl always makes me smile—another must-read by Lauren Layne.”— New York Times bestselling author Sawyer Bennett
“Poignant, sexy, and romantic . . . I Think I Love You will leave readers wanting more.”—Tracy Goodwin, internationally bestselling author of Ice Hot: A New York Nighthawks Novel
“I Think I Love You is a sweet, charming, sexy friends-to-lovers story and a fun return to the Oxford/Stiletto characters. I can always count on Lauren Layne for a five-star read!”—Jessica Lemmon, bestselling author of Rumor Has It
“Can I give I Think I Love You more than five stars? I’m not kidding. I freaking loved this book.”—Kimberlyfaye Reads (five stars)
“I Think I Love You is a passionate, friends-to-more rom-com . . . a perfect blend of drama, heat, emotion, hilarious hijinks, sassy banter, unconditional friendship, and true love.”—What’s Better Than Books
“I absolutely loved this book! It makes me want to re-read this whole series. I love how all of the other couples showed up and played a role in this book.”—What To Read Next Blog
“I Think I Love You is definitely for those that love friends-to-lovers romances and want to see what all of their favorite characters from the previous books in the series are up to.”—Star-Crossed Book Blog
“A great escape for a couple of hours and it made me add yet another author to my list of auto-buy authors. If you need a short and sweet read to enjoy this summer, then this book should be number one on your list.”—The Bookish Sisters
“When [Hunter and Brit] finally say forget it (not in those words exactly) and follow their feelings, sparks all but fly off the page. I couldn’t help but cheer for them. Fans of Lauren Layne are in for a treat with this installment.”—A Quaintrelle in the City
“A friends-to-lovers story with a twist . . . The boys of Oxford are back!”—I Am, Indeed
“I Think I Love You is a fun, sassy, sexy . . . entertaining and enjoyable [book]. The premise is engaging; the characters are sweet, flirty, and dynamic; the romance is heart-warming and intimate. . . . A lighthearted and wondrous romance for you to enjoy.”—The Reading Café
“This book had a lot of great elements including great characters, fun banter, heartfelt moments, and a bit of heat. I had a great time watching Brit and Hunter find their happily ever after. I look forward to reading more from Lauren Layne soon.”—Carole’s Random Life in Books
“This is a hilarious, cute, and well-written romance. . . . Best friends to lovers is one of my favorite types of stories and one that I think doesn’t get done enough. This author does a brilliant job.”—Wicked Reads
“Lauren Layne writes my favorite kind of contemporary romances. The big city romances with strong, big city characters that you can’t help but cheer for because her writing style is so engaging.”—Book Binge
“I Think I Love You is one of the most fun and spirited friends-to-lovers stories I’ve had the pleasure of reading.”—SmexyBooks
“I Think I Love You is delightfully entertaining and sexy as clueless best friends become the hottest office romance.”—Harlequin Junkie