It all started with a pinky swear…
Linden McGregor is tall, rugged, and gunslinger handsome; a helicopter pilot with a Scottish brogue and charm to spare. He’s also one of Stephanie Robson’s best friends and has fit into that box for as long as she’s known him.
Beautiful, funny and an ambitious businesswoman (with one hell of an ass), Stephanie Robson is one of Linden McGregor’s best friends and has fit into that box for as long as he’s known her.
But some relationships can’t be boxed, can’t be classified, can’t be tamed.
Back in their mid-twenties and tired of the competitive hit-or-miss dating scene of San Francisco, Steph and Linden made a pact to marry each other if neither one of them were in a serious relationship by the time they hit thirty.
It sounded like fun and games at the time but as the years to thirty tick past and lovers come and go out of their lives, the pact becomes larger than life.
Sex is inevitable. Friendships are tested. Hearts are on the line.
The pact is about to change everything.
So What Did I Think Of The Pact by Karina Halle?
Loved the friends to lovers element that lead to high drama in the story. The whole pact that Linden and Stephanie made caught my interest and I was defiantly pulled into their journey of being best friends navigating those years up to their 30th birthday.
Linden and Stephanie were some great characters, they had a great friendship that I really enjoyed getting to see. They generally cared about each other which was clearly portrayed with a blazing sexy connection. Though there was love triangle between Linden, Stephanie and James I was ok with it because the focus was on Linden and Stephanie and there wasn’t really any back forth between the two guys going on.
I really liked the high conflict and emotion and overall I ended up really enjoying The Pact by Karina Halle.