There are worse things than getting knocked up by your best friend. Right?
Kiersten won’t make excuses for living her very best life. But being the life of the party has its downsides—like waking up naked next to her best friend.
Ever since Nathan’s wife died a few years ago, he’s avoided commitment. He went from living the family life to a one-and-done mentality. Until Kiersten breaks the news.
She’s pregnant with his baby.
She shoves him back in the friend zone. But there’s no return to normal when he’s already falling in love with her.
Convincing her that his affection runs deeper than their new reality isn’t an easy feat. Not when her lips are his addiction, and her touch is a brand. He’s determined to become more than friends.
Kiersten wants to play it safe, but Nathan is ready for risks. The problem is relationships can go south fast.
And they might learn the truth about what’s worse than getting knocked up by your best friend.
Losing them forever.
Hand me a fun-size bag of M&M’s and there wouldn’t be enough candies to count the number of one-night stands I’ve had in my life. Hell, make it two bags, and I’ll gladly eat the leftovers.
ARC REVIEW ➞
A.M. Wilson is a new to me author but after reading When Morning Comes I am going to be checking out some more of her books in the future!
When Morning Comes is a slow burn, surprise baby, friends to lovers romance and I was loving every single moment of it. Kiersten and Nathan have a drunken one night stand that results in a pregnancy. They have been friends for years and have been there for each other. They have AMAZING chemistry and can’t seem to stay away from each other.
Nathan is struggling with his new reality and that fact it wasn’t with his deceased wife, however, he is still there for Kiersten and is supportive of her. Kiersten struggles with the news, but she has loads of her support from her friends and family and knows that if possible she could take care of her child alone. Kiersten and Nathan’s relationship is full of ups and downs as they deal with the past, the future and the present.
When Morning Comes is an emotional story, but it will also make you swoon and laugh. A MUST READ!