Wednesday, December 4, 2019

ARC Review: Final Play (Fake Boyfriend #6) by Eden Finley

It’s a vacation none of them will forget.

Before their futures become the present, Noah convinces his friends they need a group vacation—a final play before they’re all tied down by responsibility and unyielding schedules. 

Everything is changing. 




A trip to Fiji is the last hurrah to end all hurrahs. And from disastrous marriage proposals to grand gestures to life-changing confessions, two weeks on a private island becomes the beginning of the rest of their lives. 

**Final Play is a 50,000 word novel told in the point of views of all ten Fake Boyfriend main characters. It contains the boys’ final HEAs. It is not intended to be read as a stand-alone.**

Todd's rating:



This story was such a blast and I'm thrilled that Eden decided to write this five-epilogue book to more tightly wrap up the futures of all of the "fake (and not-so-fake) boyfriends" that we've come to love over the course of this series.

The book contained all of the signature humor and irreverence of the series, along with a good deal of steam; however, it also covered more serious subjects, such as proposals, weddings (and non-weddings), career changes, and having children.

In short, this is the book where "the boys" finally grew into full-fledged adults, while still retaining all of their weird, wonderful, and let's face it, over-sexed ways.

This story gave me ALL THE FEELS and I was sad to read the last page, since this series has been one of my very favorites of the last couple of years.

I'll miss them all dearly, but Eden did allude to other stories in the same universe, so fingers crossed there.

I'd rate this final chapter of the series at 4.5 stars and happily round that up, thanks to all of the Happily Ever Afters in this crazy series.

My ARC copy of the book was provided by the author in exchange for a fair, unbiased review.

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