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Her Best Friend

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2013

    I really liked it!

    A wonderful, beautifully depicted love story of friends turned lovers. There was the angst of 16 years of unrequited love. There was the angst of "what if we give it a go and we ruin a best friendship". There was the angst of a love triangle to boot. Well written with loveable down to earth characters with real emotions and life isdues to deal with. My only complaint was it was too short!

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  • Posted March 30, 2010

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    An entertaining contemporary romance

    Amy Parker is stunned to learn the town council has changed its collective minds about her plan to renovate the local grand Picture Theater. The Council chose a last minute bid by Ulrich Construction ignoring their verbal commitment to her. Irate as they committed to her, after she offered to buy the theater, she needs legal help.

    Amy asks the unrequited love of her life, attorney Quinn Whitfield to help her. Returning home, Quinn, as an escape from his failed to marriage, agrees to assist his friend. However, he remains unaware that Amy always has and will love him though he insists on hanging out with her as he has some unfinished business with his buddy.

    Though simplistic and straightforward, Her Best friend is an entertaining contemporary romance starring two liable lead characters who each as adults secretly wish to do what they did not achieve as teens. Readers will enjoy the tango of the two BFFs wanting to become best lovers forever, but both fearing that first frightening step.

    Harriet Klausner

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