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Sarah Adams is the author of the book The Cheat Sheet. Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. Sarah had dreamed of being a writer since she was a child, but she ended up writing her first novel when her daughters were napping and she ran out of excuses to put it off. Sarah is a coffee addict, a British history nerd, a mother of two, married to her best friend, and an indecisive introvert.

Sarah Adams is a bestselling author from Nashville, Tennessee, best known as the author of the Dalton Family novels. Raised in the southern United States, she loves warm days and making her family and people smile.

Adams dreamed of being a writer since she was a child, but it took her a long time to achieve her dream.
While writing is something Sarah has always dreamed of doing, it would take many years for her to achieve the goal. She started writing when she had two children.

Adams likes to describe herself as the wife of an indecisive introvert and best friend, mother of two daughters, history nerd and coffee addict. She hopes that her novels will make her readers laugh and maybe even cry and leave them happier than when she started the novel.

BookThe Cheat Sheet
AuthorSarah Adams
LanguageEnglish
Size1.3 MB
Pages24
CategoryNovel

The Cheat Sheet Book PDF download for free

The Cheat Sheet Book PDF download for free

The friend zone is not the end zone for Bree Camden, who is hopelessly in love with her best friend and NFL legend, Nathan Donelson. Her only problem is that she can’t admit her true feelings because he clearly sees her as a best friend with no romantic potential, and the last thing Bree wants is to ruin her relationship. But those abs. . .

No! Nothing more than a good old fashioned platonic friendship for Bree, without touching the sexiest man in the world. In any case, she has other concerns. After a car accident ended her chance at being a professional dancer, Bree changed course and now owns her own dance studio with big dreams of expanding it. But another rent increase could mean the end of the study.

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Then, as usual, Nathan comes for the rescue and buys the whole building. A stubborn Bree isn’t happy about this and she decides to rebel with a few, well, maybe more than a few shots of tequila. Then, her plan backfires when she reveals her deepest, darkest secret to a TMZ reporter. One viral video later, and after that the world thinks Nathan and Bree are the perfect couple. Before they can discuss her confession, Nathan’s publicist proposes a big opportunity that could mean financial security for Bree. The capture? You have to pretend to be in love. For three whole weeks.

What will happen when Bree gives in to the feelings she has been desperately hiding for so long and could she imagine that Nathan is really enjoying it?

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She absolutely nailed it. The hair ties, the FRIENDS references, the jeans, and a t-shirt heroine (which he can still wear if he wants to)… this author gets what I’m looking for in a romantic comedy. I have read all of Sarah’s contemporary stories and they just keep getting better for me.

In terms of tropes, I tend to prefer enemies to lovers, in the style of The Hating Game or The Enemy (another novel by the author of this book). The wonderful thing about a friends-to-lovers trope, though, is the built-in intimacy that comes with years of inside jokes, shared experiences, and built trust.

Although The Cheat Sheet novel is quite short, Sarah has a way of filling the pages with substance. Each chapter adds something to the story. Dual perspectives drive you home even more. Nathan and Bree are delightful and both offer a great sense of humor. I had a few moments to laugh out loud. I also liked the supporting characters (Bree’s sister Lily, all of Nathan’s soccer friends, Dylan and Bree’s ballet students).

The Cheat Sheet story has conflicts, but it is not a scary drama; The struggles that Nathan and Bree have (both individually and in pursuit of their HEA) feel real and organic and add to the character development. And the ending is really satisfying.

For those considering this, I’d say this book is PG-13. There are some curses (although not many and no f-bombs). There are no sex scenes, but there are some innuendos and lots of flirty banter. I would say that this book is sweet and passionate, which I think is a great combination.

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you have to eat sleep? Adult? You may not read this book then, because I definitely put all three things off while reading this book! (Or maybe you might have better self-control than I do, that’s fine too.)

I loved Bree and Nathan! They supported and accepted each other throughout the book. They went out of their way to show the other person that they mattered. The story was partly laughable, and not just a comedy of slapstick or random awkward moments, but also a lot of fun for me.

I especially liked the brotherhood of friends that surrounds Nathan and I really hope that he is preparing a series as they were great together. Our couple have fantastic chemistry and support each other throughout the book. One of the best parts of Friends for Lovers is how well the characters get to know each other throughout the book, which means we can focus on romance and awakening. I loved how sure Bree was that Nathan would put her first from the very first chapter.

Well, this is a “closed doors” book, so it’s inherently non-graphic. However, the steam of The Cheat Sheet book is off the charts and I wouldn’t give it to a teenager that easily. That is, the couple is waiting until marriage to have sex, although it is clear that it is a new decision for them. There’s a lot of talk about sex or physical bodies, but it feels so tasteful or funny that it never made me feel gross. How is that possible?

Sarah handles panic attacks and anxiety with a deft hand; she proves that no one is immune from anxiety, stress and panic attacks. It’s very sensitive to how Sarah handles it, how Bree and Nathan handle it. I admit it… I cried. More than I usually do when I read a Sarah Adams book. It was very nice to see this exhibit.

Also, The Cheat Sheet is full of FEAR! MUTUAL PAINTING!! And all the gloriously giddy friends from fake dating to real love.

Humor and heart are expertly balanced as Bree and Nathan navigate and push the boundaries of their friendship, slowly realizing their feelings for one another.

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Nathan works from a cheat sheet his teammates put together (if you love The Bromance Bookclub, you’ll LOVE Nathan’s teammates!), while Bree tries to stick to her own rules as well. …

Sarah always delivers a happy ending, I never have to worry about how things are going to work out for her characters and this one was no different.

A playful/sexy read for everyone.

This is by far my favorite Sarah Adams book. She is a very funny writer and writes great jokes. If you’re short on time, this is the perfect quick and easy read for you. It’s light-hearted/cheerful and will make you laugh out loud. Basically a trademark movie on steroids. (If you’re someone who finds those kinds of movies all about vanilla, then this might not be for you.)

It’s the classic image of a girl who falls in love with the best of her love.go. Nathan is a quarterback in the NFL and she is a dancer. They meet again after college and due to a drunken mistake, the female lead is forced to pretend that she is dating her best friend.

The tension is palpable. The author manages very well to captivate you without being annoying. Sometimes when books are so upbeat, the story can stall because the lack of conflict absorbs the drama, but this novel isn’t.

As the author changes the voices of the two main characters, you can glimpse what makes them restless. He creates enough conflict and depth that you don’t get bored.

Explicit Rating: The author rated this as a closed door reading. That said, the sex scenes are mentioned and assumed, but she doesn’t walk you through it step by step. It is descriptive up to the moment of initiation and then it stops. If you have high school students who love this genre but are worried about the sexual content, this book is perfect.

This author has other novels that are even less explicit than this one, and she just called them clean. I personally love how she wrote this one. If you’re someone who loves descriptive intimate scenes, you might be a little disappointed, but I don’t think it will take away from that sexy feeling.

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