Never Just Friends by Mina V. Esguerra

Episode 02 – Never Just Friends by Mina V. Esguerra

Season One
Season One
Episode 02 – Never Just Friends by Mina V. Esguerra

#romanceclass podcast Episode 2: Never Just Friends by Mina V. Esguerra

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In this episode:
Gio Gahol is Jake
Rachel Coates is Lindsay

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Book description

[yellow_box]It’s too easy to fall in love with Jake. Don’t do it.

Lindsay and Jake have loved each other (as friends) since their senior year in college, and she made sure they didn’t become more than that. The guy now known as Jacob Berkeley, star of a wildly successful TV show, was always too much for her. Too handsome, too many questionable hookups, too restless. Also sensitive, fun, and genuinely caring. She’s his emergency contact, his “zombie apocalypse buddy,” his holiday dinner companion.

They’ve kept up this low-maintenance friendship for years, surviving graduation, their new careers, her move to New York City to work as an environment consultant. But then, days before a big climate change conference, he shows up, with big news. Jake wants to pick up what he never managed to finish in college. He wants to save forests again, work in environmental research – and he wants her.

Don’t fall in love with Jake…Why again?[/yellow_box]

Contact author Mina V. Esguerra
Twitter (@minavesguerra)

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Gio Gahol
Rachel Coates

#romanceclass podcast produced by Tania Arpa and Mina V. Esguerra.

Recorded at The Study by Enderun, Podium Mall, Ortigas Center.

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