The Blueprint

The Blueprint Review

Kelly Cannon is satisfied with his life. He has friends, a wonderful family, and a great job. But his love life has reached a new level of pitiful. Why? Well, his heart decided to break all the rules. Don’t fall in love with a straight guy. And definitely don’t fall in love with your best friend.

NFL standout Britton “Blue” Montgomery has pressure coming at him from all sides. From his father, who’s only interested in Blue’s football career. From his coaches, who just want him to play without getting injured again. From the fans. From his agent. And from his mother, who has popped up on the radar after leaving his family years before. And now his relationship with Kelly is on shaky ground, and that frightens Blue more than anything.

When Kelly admits he’s in love with Blue, bonds are tested, and Blue has to decide what’s really important. He doesn’t want to lose the number-one person in his life, but the cost to keep Kelly close might be more than he’s willing to pay.

It’s a good thing his nickname is the Blueprint—it’s time to draft a new set of plans.

Title:The Blueprint
Edition Language:English

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  • Judith

    I was a walking,talking cliche--the gay man secretly pining for his straight best friend. Friends to Lovers story with two highly likeable characters with great sexual chemistry.Ever since I read P...

  • ~?~D?ni(ela) ? ?? love & semi-colons~?~

    The Blueprint gets a THUMBS UP for:- Best friends to lovers (I never get tired of this trope!)- Sexual discovery 101 (Blue knows he's not the straight arrow he appears to be, and whom better to ask fo...

  • Wendy

    Normally I don't change my rating for a book, but I am gonna do it this time. See, when I read and reviewed this book, I didn't know it was gonna be a series and that there was gonna be a second book....

  • Rene

    SE Harmon does OFY a little differently.Blue is an NFL player on the field and a get-himself-some player after hours. It's not as if it's difficult for a famous NFL star to line up some company for th...

  • Optimist ?King's Wench? & MANTIES Champion

    3.5 HeartsTag Team Review with The GingerSometimes the heart just wanted what the heart wanted, and to hell with the consequences.There is SO MUCH to like/love about this story: the banter, the heehaw...

  • Jewel

    I have a weakness for self discovery stories, the best-friends-to-lovers trope, and banter. In my opinion, SE Harmon nails all three, here. I love her style of storytelling and relationship developmen...

  • Christelle

    **3.75 stars** Friends to lover : I love that. I might add “life-long” friends. Opposite attracts, with a teacher, I might add a gay teacher, and a football player, so far seemingly straight : bon...

  • BWT (Belen)

    Let me begin with what I liked about the story: I loved the humor, the banter, and the snark. I checked under the throw pillows and between the couch cushions, and she scowled. “What’re you lookin...

  • Ami

    As much as I love friends-to-lovers trope, nothing frustrates me more than when the story focuses on hot-and-cold attitudes, especially when it comes to two adult men. While there are books with such ...

  • Ky

    S.E. Harmon has a sarcastic, caustic way of writing her characters. They have a sense of humor and self-deprecation that works for me and whenever I’m reading one of her books, I find myself unable ...