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 into bad habits. Now Emma has problems of her own to deal with, and they all start with one name: Justin.
Justin is her best friend, so it’s hard for Emma not to feel betrayed when she suspects he’s falling for her childhood rival. And she knows she’s losing him despite her best efforts. 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.
This book was fun and interesting to watch all the relationships take form and build up. The main character Emma decides she wants to be life coach and help a new girl to the neighborhood Harri meet a man to be her husband unfortunately she spends a lot of time messing that up even messing up relationships with her family and friends. In the end she learns that if she works to life coach properly then she will be successful but she has to make herself happy and really listen to her clientele which she does.
I really enjoy these latter-tales they are so much fun to read about. I can’t wait to see what Ms. Jamison comes up with next!