Promises at Pyramid Rock
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Promises at Pyramid Rock by Jess Mastorakos


I love her. I always have. But is telling her the truth worth ruining our friendship?

I met Ana on the playground when we were kids and we've been best friends ever since. But that's all we are. I am firmly in the friend zone. If she saw me as relationship material, wouldn’t I know it?

Either way, we've never lived near each other as adults, and who wants a long-distance relationship? But now Ana is moving to Hawaii. Right down the road from me.

I’ll see her gorgeous face every day. I’ll have lunch with her. I’ll go to the beach with her. I’ll show her around and introduce her to my other friends. But I won’t do is tell her the truth.

Only how can I hide how I really feel when each time she smiles at me, I want to do the one thing I know I shouldn’t?

Promises at Pyramid Rock is book two in this sweet military romance series and is told from both points of view in the first person. Each book can be read as a standalone but they are fun to read in order!

Follow along with six handsome heroes in these interconnected stories about the Marines stationed in Kailua, Hawaii.

Kailua Marines
Treasured in Turtle Bay - Roman & Molly
Promises at Pyramid Rock - Mac & Ana
Stranded at the Sandbar - Tyler & Kate
Romance on the Reef - PJ & Maggie
Heartbeats in Honolulu - Hunter & Nora
Christmas in Kailua - Logan & Tess

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