When Zoey’s long-time boyfriend, Finn, cheats on her—kissing a girl he “just can’t resist”—he gives Zoey a “Free Pass,” telling her she can kiss any guy she wants. Finn is so cocky and sure of their relationship that the arrangement seems perfect. He’s not worried Zoey will fall for another guy, and he’s itching to get rid of his feelings of guilt.
But the thing is, Zoey knows exactly who she wants to kiss—longs to kiss— Finn’s best friend, Riley. But, she wants the kiss too much. She knows that. So, she resists the “Free Pass.” Still, she’s pushed into it when Finn loses a bet to Riley, and Riley wants his payment—a kiss from Zoey.
My thoughts and review:
This was basically a Novella. around 48 pages on my ibooks. It was cute, fun, and basically an entertaining quick read. As ive mentioned before i love irresistible guys who the protagonist can’t seem to have . Riley was just adorable, basically doing everything Zoey asked for or needed. I really wished this would have been an actual novel since many parts of the story could have been expanded, such as her relationship with her younger brother and sister, how she is dealing with her father’s recent death, the friendship dynamic with Riley. I would have LOVED some flashbacks of Zoey and Riley in the past, because she always says Riley hates her because he did ‘this’ and ‘that’ in the past.
Overall it was a fun, adorable read, this reminded me of “The Unwritten Rule” by Elizabeth Scott which i ADORED. So don’t expect anything serious or with depth from the story, but its definitely a good read.