Becoming Us by Amy Daws

Becoming Us

By Amy Daws

  • Release Date: 2015-01-12
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4.5
From 164 Ratings
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~The college prequel to the London Lovers Series~

The dreaded friend-zone...
The last place Finley ever want to be with college basketball God, Jake LaShae. She is losing her mind trying to figure out what this guy wants from her. Between their late night phone calls, cuddle sessions and him showing up at parties, causing a scene, his mixed signals are giving her whip lash.

When a mind-blowing betrayal knocks the wind out of Finley and she thinks she can’t feel any lower, Brody stumbles into her path—barefoot and charmingly sexy.

This boy next door is a breath of fresh air. And he’s not shooting her any mixed signals.

But even he has a past. A past that makes him anything but perfect.

When Finley begins to think she’s found the one in Brody, will Jake try to make one final play and ruin the game for everyone?


  • Amazing Amy does it again.

    By j.lynn007
    Amy doesn't let up on pummelling you with all of the FEELS. In fact that is what she's known for. So I expected nothing less when I started this book! What an amazing read!
  • Great Read

    By Mindy7818
    I really loved this book. I got hooked from the beginning. It follows Finnley's journey in college and her relationships with her friends and love interests. I love all the characters in the book you get to see so many sides to them all. Its hard not to fall in love with them. There are some unexpected events that I never saw coming in the book and those are what made me love this book even more. Its a must read and it leaves you wanting to know what happens next so you will want to pick up the next book in this series because I know I do!!!!
  • Great Read!!

    By Rockvixen
    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review* Finley would go every morning to Chaz’s, a convenience store close to her apartments for coffee. She would see Jake LaShae there and they would do the silent flirting and smile at each other. One day Jake talks to Finley and soon they are hanging out all the time. It couldn’t be more perfect. Finley is hoping that their friendship will turn into more but Jake seems content on having her as a friend despite the mixed signals he is giving her. After attempts to let him know how she feels, she is suddenly heartbroken and rejected by Jake. Feeling like crap, in walks Brody to lighten her life. They have a great time together and pretty soon it’s like Jake never existed. Brody is unlike any guy Finley has dated and she soon falls in love. Things are great between them until Brody’s issues come out. Can their love survive and come out stronger or will it tear them down? What a great story! I was instantly pulled into the story and became attached to the main character. I feel at some point in our lives we have all been where Finley has been…friend zoned. The story had me laughing and crying. I enjoyed this book immensely. I can't wait to read the next book! This is a great read and I highly recommend it! I give it 5 stars
  • Eeeee gads

    By Ashley lovestoread
    O my goodness! This book was all la la la then bam feels. And then all ok I can get through these feels then bam more feels. Even though those feels kept happening I smiled and laughed during this read and I loved it
  • Page turner

    By PSJ53
    Every once in a while you find a book you just can't put down and can't wait to see what happens with the characters. This is one of those books. Although I could do with less use of the "f" bomb, I enjoyed the story line and have already downloaded the sequel.
  • Great Love story

    By parkertp
    this is a great story about finding love and the stings of life that affect relationships. Couldn’t put the book down. Read right through to the end in one setting. Can’t wait to read the next book.
  • Lame

    By CCTC37
    This book started out so good but the lead female named Finnley is selfish. She is always thinking about herself and not about how her actions will affect others. As the book ends it gets better but then at the end she screws everything up again for book 2. I have no desire to read the second book. The author tries to portray Finnley as this self sacrificing heroine, but in reality she's acting like a child. Instead of telling her boyfriend about not being able to have children she breaks up with him and moves to London. Seriously how much can she really love him if she doesn't trust him enough to share her problems with him. This is not how a grown up relationship works.