Thursday, October 10, 2013

EMMA: A LATTER-DAY TALE by Rebecca Jamison--book review

EMMA A LATTER-DAY TALE by Rebecca H Jamison. This book was a fun read. I thought I had things figured out, but it turned out a bit differently than expected. The characters were fun and easy to relate to. Emma made me laugh and roll my eyes. I loved seeing how she figured out her life. I would recommend this for anyone who loves a good, romantic read. Check out the first chapter here and my interview with Rebecca, here.

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NOT Looking for Love: Single woman (23) seeks best friend to chat on the phone, shop the clearance racks, watch chick flicks, try out messy cooking projects, and eat Dove dark chocolates.

Emma isn’t so good at the whole life-coaching thing. Her first client ended up with a broken heart and is threatening to relapse in her bad habits. Now Emma has problems of her own to deal with, and all those problems start with one name: Justin.

Justin is her best friend, so it’s hard for Emma not to feel betrayed when she suspects he is falling for her childhood rival. And she knows she’s losing him despite her best efforts. No matter how much she tries, she keeps running up against obstacles. How is she supposed to help other people when she’s drowning in her own failures?

Fans of Jane Austen’s Emma will love this modern retelling of the classic romance novel. Fall in love with Emma’s latter-day tale of redemption, forgiveness, and the quest for true love.

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