Your New Best Friend

Your New Best Friend Jane Austen S Emma Made A Habit Of Meddling In Other People S Lives, But Melanie Abbott Has Turned It Into A Cottage Industry As Modern American Royalty Living In Abbott S Bay, Massachusetts, A Town Founded By Her Ancestor, Melanie Abbott Feels It S Her Right Even Her Duty To Employ Her Uncanny Knack For Knowing Exactly What Everyone Needs To Improve Their Lives She Eagerly Shares Her Wisdom And Insight With Her Friends And Neighbors Whether They Ask For It Or Not If Only Conn Garvey, Her Dearest Friend, Agreed With Her Connacht Garvey Has Been Keeping An Eye On Melanie Since They Were Kids A Bit Older, Far Level Headed, And Infinitely Patient, Conn Feels It S His Duty To Pull Melanie Back From Whatever Cliff S Edge She S About To Wander Off Conn Thinks Melanie Is Egotistical, Self Centered, Irritating, Infuriating, Relentless, Ridiculous And Irresistible Not That Conn S Confessed To That Last One Yet When Melanie Impulsively Starts Up A New Advice Giving Business, It S An Instant Hit Conn Doesn T Approve, As Usual, Which Is Too Bad, Because Melanie S Convinced He Needs Her VIP Package Of Advice His Coffeehouse Is Showing Signs Of Financial Trouble, Plus His Toxic Ex Is Suddenly Sniffing Around, Acting Like She S Having Second Thoughts About Their Breakup Will Their Friendship Be Blown To Bits Because Of Melanie S Meddling Or Will It Become Something Good Intentions Go Awry In This Delicious Romantic Comedy In Addition To Melanie S Lively First Person Narrative, There Are A Few Surprises That Keep This Sweet Story About Social Graces Entertaining Publishers Weekly, Starred Review Love The Story Five Stars Sandra S Book Club Definitely A Light Read That Is Great For Summer There Were Some Scenes That Made Me Laugh, Some That Made Me Swoon, And A Few That Made Me Want To Cry The Author Did A Great Job Of Giving Me Feels The Slanted Bookshelf I Would Recommendto Romance Readers Who Want To Be Entertained Enormously, And Feel That Heart Squeeze Only Great Main Characters Can Give You Four Stars Harlequin Junkie Reviews Your New Best Friend is an incredibly clever and entertaining homage to Jane Austen s Emma Like her Regency Era predecessor, Melanie Abbott fancies herself a fixer who has the answers to everyone s problems, be they relationship, career, or lifestyle related At the urging of her new friend, Hannah, Melanie decides to parlay this tale
I loved this book So much chemistry and humor Great read. Jayne Denker is one of my favorite authors Her books are filled with charm, humor, and just the right amount of steam Knowing what was in store for me, I couldn t buy this one fast enough From the first chapter, I found myself captivated by the scintillating combination of Melanie s sass and Conn s grumpy smolder Ms Denker keeps you hooked with a delightful cast of characters, a beautiful setting, highly entertaining antics, and the uncertainty of the fate of Melanie and Conn s relatio
If you are looking for an entertaining romance, especially when you need an escape, pick up this book The story is about Melanie and Conn Melanie is all about giving advise , whether you want it or not Sometimes getting into trouble for doing so Conn is her dear friend and her opposite He is one of those older and wiser characters that seems to have appointed himself as her rescuer He ends up being a project for her when she decides to start an advise business and he needs her VIP package If
This book was a 3.5, but I veered towards the 4 star because it was clean, good fun and I appreciate a book with good chemistry between the leading characters and can do that without going too much into sexy bits I honestly picked this book up because it referenced Emma in the synopsis and I love a Jane Austen reference and Mr Knightly is almost on the same league as Darcy, but this book is not a modern day adaption but it borrows the themes from the original and creates an entertaining vers This book was a 3.5,