Friends Wanting Benefits
Friends Wanting Benefits is available now on Amazon and iTunes for $2.99
Release Date: March 24, 2014
iTunes Best-selling Author Luke Young Releases Hot Prequel to Romantic Comedy Fan-Favorite Friends With Benefits Series BALTIMORE (March 24, 2014)—Fans of Luke Young’s five-part romantic comedy Friends With Benefits book series will finally have all their questions answered with today’s release of the highly anticipated prequel, Friends Wanting Benefits. Friends Wanting Benefits takes readers on a trip back in time – and onto a Caribbean cruise ship – to witness the budding friendship between Victoria Wilde and Jillian Grayson, the much-loved main characters of the Friends With Benefits series.
In typical Young fashion, there is plenty of passion and laughs, along with hijinks on the high seas as our heroines find themselves in the middle of a ridiculous misunderstanding. The Friends With Benefits series has attracted thousands of fans worldwide thanks to Young’s masterful depiction of strong, sexy and successful female leads who have a lot of fun and a lot of heart.
Here is just some of the praise Young and his series have received:
• "Damn Mr. Young, you're funny. Really funny. Laugh-out-loud funny. And you write about sexy time with skill. Well done, mister." – Scandal, Scandalicious Book Reviews
• "This book hooked me from the start. Not only is it funny, hot and a great read… it's funny, hot and a great read. Why aren't you reading it yet?!" – Tara Sivec, USA Today best-selling author of Seduction and Snacks
• "Fiery hot and funny, this is an extremely entertaining set of books. I learned to like all the characters and followed their lives with fascination…Well done and lots of sexy fun!" – A fan’s review on Amazon.com
The second book in the series, Friends With Full Benefits, recently leapt into the top 100 on Amazon.com, the top 20 on barnesandnobles.com and the top 40 on iTunes.com.
This winter, Young also released a video short featuring actors Rachel Parker and Greg Audino, capturing the undeniable chemistry between Victoria and Brian, the much-younger object of her attention, in Friends With Partial Benefits.
Victoria Wilde and Jillian Grayson meet while aboard a romantic Caribbean cruise with the men in their lives. The two become fast friends despite being in completely different relationships--Victoria, a young widow, is finally moving on with a new and exciting romance. Jillian, on the other hand, is struggling in a long marriage that's barely hanging on by a thread.
But when Victoria offers Jillian advice on how to get the spark back between the sheets... things don't exactly go as planned. With a misunderstanding of international significance, all hell breaks loose in paradise. Can Victoria repair the damage that has been done? Will she truly help Jillian save her marriage?
About Luke Young
A married father of three teenagers who lives in a Baltimore suburb, Luke Young spends his days working with computers at a major publishing house. On nights and weekends, he is a popular and prolific writer, with eight full-length novels, two novellas and one short story to his credit.
Young, whose writing career started with screenplays, has sold 120,000 books in the last two years. He currently is working on a parody of The New York Times best-selling novel Gone Girl, titled So Far Gone, Girl:
A Parody, which will be released in April. The first five chapters are currently available for download on Amazon.com. Young also writes even steamier books under the pen name “Ian Dalton,” including a series that digs deeper into the backstory of the “complex and fascinating” Friends With Benefits character Victoria Wilde. (See "Who Is Ian Dalton” to learn more.)
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