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Lora Kate London has had a string of meaningless jobs, and she's finally ready to make something of herself. Her roommate kind of bailed on her, and she may have to give her coffee maker a funeral. But there's one person she can always count on, her best friend Sam Bridges. They've been friends for five years and she's his number one.
L.K. lands a job as a party planner with a boss that is so hot he makes her melt right into her Jimmy Choos, but Sam doesn't trust him. At her first party, she ends up forgetting the cake and accidentally flashes the caterer! Luckily, her boss, Ben Sparks, thinks she's adorable. He buys her presents and gives amazing kisses, but things get a little dicey when Sam starts dating her new roommate. She might be a little jealous, but she shouldn't be. She has a hot boyfriend and Sam's just her best friend. Right? Who will capture L.K.'s heart? Bestie? Or Boss Man?
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- Marc Davis
First time Romance. No regrets!
This is the first romance novel that I have ever read. It was recommended to me by several friends and in truth, I also know the author. Now that we’ve gotten all that out of the way, this book was an absolute joy. Lora Kate London is a twenty-something woman trying to make her own way in the world. Finding a job, a roommate, and romance are all high on the list. I can best describe Lora Kate as an Elle Woods (Legally Blonde) type of character: cute as a button and loaded with charm. In other words, hilarious. The sweet Hallmark-movie plot has echoes of The Devil Wears Prada and Bridget Jones’s Diary. Take a chance on this book and I don’t think you will regret a single page. I am excited to see what happens to Lora Kate in the rest of this series.
- Melly R.
Fluffy fun to take you away from the big bad world
The narrator was great. I felt 22 again with all my life ahead of me. I enjoyed the snappy and humorous voice of the talented author.