I Think I Love You (Oxford, #5) by Lauren Layne

I Think I Love You (Oxford, #5)

A game of seduction between two best friends goes deliciously wrong in an irresistible Oxford Novel that brims with wit and sexual tension. Library Journal hails Layne’s work as “exemplary contemporary romance.”   Brit Robbins knows that dating in New York City is hard—she just hoped to have it mastered by age thirty. But after yet another promising suitor says they have no sparks, Brit decides it’s time to torch her dating game and tr...


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TitleI Think I Love You (Oxford, #5)
Author
Release DateJul 10th, 2018
PublisherLoveswept
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance
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Reviews I Think I Love You (Oxford, #5)

  • Patty Belongs To Kellan~Jesse~Lautner~Miller~Jack~Racer~Rafe~Liam~Prince Nicholas~Hayes~Simon~Gianluca & Archer
    1970-01-01
    *****FOUR STARS*****{ARC Generously Provided by Author}”I THINK I LOVE YOU” is the fifth and final installment of the Oxford series. The conclusion to the series ends with one of my all-time favorite tropes -- ”friends to lovers”. While I found the story to be a sexy and enjoyable read, at times it was a little frustrating as well. I couldn’t wrap my head around how two educated people who were the best of friends could be completely cl...
  • MELISSA *Mel Reader*
    1970-01-01
    4 "You Mean Everything To Me" Stars!(ARC provided by Random House Publishing/ Loveswept) Brit Robbins is a beautiful woman living in Manhattan. She has a great apartment, fabulous friends, and an amazing job at Oxford Magazine. The only thing missing is her Mr. Right. After yet another break up, she's beginning to wonder what's wrong with her. The men of New York didn't seem to take her seriously as girlfriend material. She was attractive, loyal,...
  • DJ Sakata
    1970-01-01
    Favorite Quotes:That man was the physical form of halitosis.“If I use some of your face stuff, will I grow ovaries?” “Nah,” she said, not lifting her eyes. “Just leave your man card on the table, and we’ll be even.”“It’s gardenia,” she said, as she turned him around and began washing his back. “And it’s nice. I bet Lincoln would like it.” … “Because he’s like an old woman trapped in Clark Kent’s body,” Hunter g...
  • Wendy'sThoughts
    1970-01-01
    3.5 We all Need Closure Stars* * * 1/2 Spoiler Free-It's Live!!!Sometimes it is hard to let go... to say goodbye to an experience that you loved. I suspect it would also be difficult for authors to close out long running series, series which have brought all their readers together with characters they have grown to love. I Think I Love You has become the last book of the Oxford series by Lauren Layne and we get to have a final look at all the cha...
  • Hollis
    1970-01-01
    Welp. If only I could swap my enjoyment of the fourth Oxford with this one because as far as series enders go.. this left a lot to be desired.In I THINK I LOVE YOU we have a bestfriends who become more situation. Bestfriends who are oblivious to what's in front of them. Bestfriends who have friends betting on when they will each wake up to the inevitable. Bestfriends who each have their own struggles or disconnects with their love lives. In Brit'...
  • Robin (Bridge Four)
    1970-01-01
    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart 3.5 heartsI Think I Love You is the finale to the Stiletto/Oxford series by Lauren Layne, which also just happens to be my favorite contemporary romance series to date.  It is bittersweet to say farewell to all the characters I’ve come to know and adore. It is also the friends to lovers trope I usually crave in a romance as well.Brit and Hunter have been BFFs for years.  He really isn’t...
  • Pavlina Read more sleep less blog❤❤
    1970-01-01
    4 starsSuch a lovely story, I enjoy it a lot!It has one of my favorite tropes friends to lovers and also it's an office romance.Should I say anything else? It started really well and the characters were lovable and we'll developed!Hunter and Brit are best friends,they know everything about each other.Brit needs help with her appeal to men and who is better to help her than Hunter? Soon they will understand that they have feeling for each other an...
  • Deanna❤Pink Lady❤️
    1970-01-01
    3.5 “Soulmate” StarsA sweet friends to lovers story. In the final book of the Oxford series, Hunter and his best friend, Brit, are left to find love. Of course they are best friends who don’t feel anything for each other, or do they? The ease of their friendship, the knowing of each other’s nuisances and the sweet devotion they feel for one another is perfect and everyone can see they are each other’s soul mate but them. But when Brit...
  • Zoe
    1970-01-01
    Witty, charming, and delightfully romantic!I Think I Love You is a passionate, friends-to-more RomCom about the determined and focused Brit who doesn’t want to be just one of the guys anymore and decides to undertake lessons in the art of seduction, and the sexy, considerate Hunter, who suddenly finds it harder and harder to keep his attraction for his best friend in check.The writing is crisp and light. The characters, including all the suppor...
  • Dali
    1970-01-01
    With book five of her “Oxford” series, Lauren Layne brings the summer heat and closes out her series with a truly enjoyable read. She allures with an enticing romantic comedy that wittily describes the tricky yet exciting prospect of dating one’s best friend. Brit Robbins and Hunter Cross have been best friends since they met and when one too many men friend-zone her, Brit enlists Hunter to teach her the art of seduction. Hunter isn’t sur...
  • Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)
    1970-01-01
    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.This was a fun little book! My actual rating is closer to 3.5 stars but I have decided to round up. I knew I would want to read this book as soon as I saw it. I have had a great time with the Oxford series so far so I had to see how everything would wrap up. This book is the fourth book in the Oxford series but it works perfectly well as a stand alone. This wasn't my favorite book in ...
  • Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥
    1970-01-01
    I Think I Love You was a wonderful end to the Stiletto/Oxford Series. We got to catch up with every couple from the previous books, and I loved seeing all of the people I had fallen in love with. And while his book could easily be read as a standalone, I definitely recommend going back to the very beginning with Julie and Mitchell in After the Kiss from the Stiletto Series. Trust me, it's so worth it! This final book was about Hunter and Brit and...
  • maggieandteddy
    1970-01-01
    This book starts off with the heroine, Brit lamenting the lack of good men to date. Brit's friends at Oxford magazine have all found the ONE- except for her. Brit's best friend is Hunter. Hunter is also her boss at Oxford. She confides in Hunter about her dating dilemma. He reluctantly agrees to give her lessons on dating and how to get a repeat date. She's so nurturing and kind, she constantly puts herself in the friend-zone. The men that she da...
  • Geri Reads
    1970-01-01
    Cute but a little predictable. I had the same issues with this book and the last book, and that is, I've read this before. And I'm not talking about the bestfriend-to-lovers trope, which happens to be a favorite of mine, but rather the characters and their motivations. ARC provided by the publisher
  • Jennifer
    1970-01-01
    ARC received for reviewThis is sad it's the end of the Stiletto and Oxford gang. Brit wants help with figuring out why men don't want to stick around after the third date, so she asks her BFF Hunter to help. Of course, in the relationship coaching they fall into bed and eventually in love with lots of help from the gang. Nice end to the series.
  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)
    1970-01-01
    I Think I Love You is the final book in the Oxford series, but it reads as a stand alone. I haven't read any of the previous books and didn't have any issue enjoying this one!Hunter and Brit are best friends. They have been best friends for years. Brit turns to her BFF to get some dating advice. You can guess how this will end up, right. Overall, the story is predictable. Of course they realize they have feelings for each other. Of course Hunter ...
  • Dísir
    1970-01-01
    ‘I Think I Love You’ feels like the true end to Lauren Layne’s Oxford series, a not quite full-length tale of the last standing couple, who don’t even know they’re meant to be paired with…yet. Layne tackles the friends-to-lovers trope here and straightaway, I knew it would be a tricky one with questions that needed to be answered—questions that this trope always seems to invite for the pairing to be a believable and satisfying one.B...
  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    1970-01-01
    I Think I Love You by Lauren Layne is book 5 in the Oxford series. This is the story of Brit Robbins and Hunter Cross. I haven't yet read the previous books, so for me this is a standalone book. This was a great Friends to Lovers romance. Brit asked her friend Hunter to help in coaching her for a better dating and seduction. But this turns into more than what they both plan. Really enjoyed this book!
  • Stephanie
    1970-01-01
    I received a copy of this title via NetGalley. It does not impact my review.To be honest, the synopsis for I Think I Love You almost scared me off. Anything where the plot sounds like it’s centered around a physical relationship is not generally my thing. However, I’ve learned that when it comes to a Lauren Layne book, it’s always best to give her the benefit of the doubt and I’m once again glad I did. While there were a few of the too-gr...
  • Marla Mei
    1970-01-01
    the stupidity of the characters in the last few chapters was torture!!! ugh :/i think i should finally accept that lauren layne has, como se dice, lost her touch?? this being the final book of the series, i was expecting to be blown away but all i got was 20+ chapters of meh??? the only reason i’m rating 3 stars is because of the fond memories from the first few books this last book gave me.i’m gonna miss the whole stiletto and oxford crew bu...
  • Jessica (Angie & Jessica's Dreamy Reads)
    1970-01-01
    This was an adorably sweet friends to lovers office romance with a good dash of angst and now all I can think is that I really need to go binge on all the Lauren Layne things!!!! This was precisely what I needed to pull me out of my book funk. I've started and stopped reading a good handful of books recently and this is the first one that I picked up that wouldn't let me go. With a refreshingly colorful ensemble of characters and a really fun sto...
  • Alba and Her Secrets..♥
    1970-01-01
    4 'Love Coach' Stars!What a mix of bittersweet feelings I have right now! I still can't believe this is the last book of the Oxford series. Irresistibly Yours, the first installment, was my first EVER read by Lauren Layne and after that, I haven't stop reading (and loving) her books. I fell in love with the Stiletto and the Oxford crew and it's so sad to say goodbye to all these wonderful characters that have stolen my heart over the years (thank...
  • Lacey (Booklovers For Life)
    1970-01-01
    Sooo freaking cute!! This was an adorable friends to lovers romance. Now I feel like catching up on the rest of the Oxford/Stiletto books!Review to come!Thanks to the publisher for generously providing me an ARC to review.
  • Joanna
    1970-01-01
    🙌🏼 WHOA!!! THE LAST BOOK!!!! I WANNA CRY!!!!!!!!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ FIVE BURSTING WITH JOY AND LOTS OF EMOTIONS STARSSSS!!!! ONE OF MY MOST FAVORITE SERIES JUST ENDED AND THIS BITTERSWEET FEELING WON’T GO AWAY!!!!I REALLY WISH THERE WILL BE MORE, BUT LIKE WHAT MS LAUREN LAYNE SAID, ALL THINGS END BUT THE BEAUTY OF BOOKS IS THAT WE CAN ALWAYS REVISIT THE CHARACTERS AND THEIR WORLD. LALALALALOOOOVED THIS SO MUCH!!!PRE-READ:yaaaaasss! Can't wait...
  • Alison
    1970-01-01
    The final novel in the Oxford/ Stiletto crossover series – what is the plural of series?Brit Robbins and Hunter Cross have worked together for years and are platonic best friends. But when yet another guy dumps Brit giving her the ‘you’re a nice woman but there just aren’t the sparks’ line she’s had enough and wants to know why guys always see her as “good ol’ Brit”. After a few glasses of wine with her friends Brit decides that...
  • Dirty Dayna
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Farewell to Oxford and Stiletto Stars Another book by Lauren Layne??!!!This is a book I didn’t want to read.. because it means two series I have loved are ending. The author rights perfect HEA books that are so addicting and make you feel good. She is the ROMCOM of books in my opinion. The book starts off slow but once you get to 20% it is super hard to put down. This book is a standalone but I wouldn’t recommend it because of how many ...
  • Michelle
    1970-01-01
    3 StarsNot one of my favorite LL books. I’m kind of bummed that this was the last in the series and I didn’t love:(
  • Mari
    1970-01-01
    I'm not as up to date with this series but I've liked the ones I've read. It's easy to follow so no problem. Right away I liked the rapport between Brit and Hunter, they have this great dynmaic as friends so when Brit needs help with dating she turns to her best friend Hunter. I usually like this trope the friends to lovers via helping the other find a guy and them fall for the other in the process. Here it's quite obvious that these two could be...
  • Courtney
    1970-01-01
    Reading the last book in a series you have enjoyed is always bittersweet. While this series did start off as just ok for me, the books only got better and better.I Think I Love You was the perfect ending to this series and I loved every bit of this book. This can be read as a standalone and it will make you fall in love with these characters so much that you will want to go back and read the other books.I won't go into any details because the blu...