Format: Audiobook, Ebook, Paperback
Genres: Friends to Lovers, Romantic Comedy
Millie Morris is just one of the guys- literally. She’s 1 of 5 friends who work as professors at UC Santa Barbara and meet for meals, video games and hanging out.\
Millie is emotionally distance and private.
Even her best friend of the group, Reid only know surface facts about her – even after their friendship ends up with some half-night benefits.
All 5 friends decide to join an online dating service to find a date for a university gala.
When Millie’s 1st profile attempt only attracts the creeps, she decides to create a second one using her middle name with an artsy photo that hides her face.
The dating app. matches her second profile with Reid and their “anonymous” pen paling allows her to open up to him about her personal life, fears, and regrets.
Reid begins to fall for her
Millie throws out some subtle hints via direct message assuming Reid will figure out it’s her, but when he doesn’t and their online chatting also allows her to gain a better understanding of her friend, she lets it go on too long to confess.
Any other info. Is a spoiler and it’s more fun to read it for yourself.
The story is told from both Millie and Reid’s POV with the friend’s group chat conversation interspersed.
With the writing duo’s sense of humor, unique take on romance and smart witty banter, My Favorite Half-Night Stand is a page-turner just like their previous books.
If you never got around to reading Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating, read that one too.