For best-selling romance novelist Jillian Grayson, writer's block is a thing of the past now that her clandestine relationship with her son's best friend, Brian Nash, has lifted her out of a post-divorce funk. The prospect of breaking the news to her son seems daunting, but it's nothing compared to the nightmare of meeting Brian's superstrict, off-the-wall, disapproving parents. After Jillian, Brian and his younger brother Jim, learn an eye-opening secret about the Nash parents they all go scurrying back to Miami where Jillian's best friend Victoria finds Brian's sexy, but innocent college senior brother to be just what the doctor ordered. But when Jim comes on a little too seriously, will Victoria lose interest and return to her life of casual fun or will things get even more complicated?
Friends with Full Benefits is the second book in the sexy and hilarious series readers describe as The Girlfriends Guide to Divorce meets Sex And The City meets American Pie. If you like romantic comedy, sexy characters getting caught in compromising positions, off-the-wall explicit discussions and non-stop racy fun, then you'll love Luke Young's bestselling series.
After returning from her destination wedding, Jillian prepares to defend herself, and her best-selling book, against her husband's vengeful ex-girlfriend. Seductions, lies, embarrassment and witness tampering are just some of the surprises in the wacky trial. When Jillian's son Rob disappears, his unstable boss or his new girlfriend might be to blame and her husband, Brian, sets out to solve the mystery.
As Jillian's best friend Victoria goes into labor, the baby's father, the much-younger man she turned away for his own good, returns to town for the event. When Jim brings his girlfriend along with him, the love triangle suddenly gets even more complicated.
Containing summaries of all three earlier books, Friends With Extra Benefits is also a great place to join the series. Come to know this wild, fun and amazing group of characters who share far too much with one another and where no dare, practical joke or topic of conversation is off-limits.