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  • Posted April 21, 2010

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    Lovers or BFF's Forever?

    First of all let me say that I love that Sarah Mayberry writes stories that take place in Australia. While reading, I always imagine the dialogue in my head with an Aussie accent (at least for the hero) and there is just something so hot and sexy about a guy with an accent.

    Her Best Friend raises a very interesting question. What do you do when you find out your BFF is getting divorced and you've been in love with him since you were fourteen? That's the dilemma facing Amy Parker when she discovers her childhood friends Quinn and Lisa are estranged and in the final stages of a divorce.

    Can friends become lovers? Quinn and Amy spend most of the book dancing around this question. They have a fun, playful, easy-going relationship borne from years of being best friends. They know everything there is to know about each other except for how they really feel towards one another. Is wreaking a great friendship worth the risk of a few minutes tangled up in the sheets together? Neither Amy nor Quinn is willing to cross that line between friends and lovers to find out. Then one night one of them has a bit too much to drink and in an alcohol induced stupor reveals their true feelings. The circumstances surrounding the true confession were actually pretty funny and embarrassing and I did let out a little laugh.

    This is a pretty tame book as far as smexy action goes, but there are a couple of close encounters only to be coitus interruptes by Amy's mom who it turns out has impeccable timing.

    If you have a spare couple of hours and want a fun, easy read then you won't be disappointed with Her Best Friend.

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