What’s a girl to do when her best friend is making a mistake? Stop him, of course.
College sophomore Emily Dilbert has been best friends with Dylan Chamberlain since they were kids. All she wants is for him to be happy and she knows him better than anyone. That’s why when she finds an engagement ring in his backpack she has to stop him from marrying the wrong girl.
Dylan Chamberlain has been in love with his brother’s girlfriend, Emily, since the second grade. When his brother asks for help planning a surprise proposal, Dylan knows it’s time to bury his feelings and finally let Emily go. Too bad his heart refuses to cooperate.
All of Emily’s attempts to lure Dylan away from his girlfriend fail, forcing her to turn up the heat on their friendship. Will Dylan reveal his long-buried secret and tell Emily how he feels? Or will Emily be forced to use any means necessary to show him the error of his ways?
Emily Dilbert and Dylan Chamberlain are best friends and sophomores in college together. Emily has been dating Dylan’s older brother Zach for 5 years and Zach is the star quarterback at another college. It all comes down to “One weekend” where Zach asks Dylan to hold an engagement ring he had bought for Emily. Dylan has been in love with Emily for as long as he remembers, but that was the day he had come to realize that they will always be nothing more than friends. Zach has to leave back for school and Emily asks Dylan for help around the house. He asks Emily to get his sweater and she fishes it out of his backpack she finds the ring and thinks that it belongs to Dylan. And this is where the adventure begins. Emily thinks that Dylan is making a huge mistake, but what she doesn’t realize is that he has the hots for her. I liked how hard Emily tried to make sure Dylan doesn’t make a mistake when in reality it was her who was making the mistake for “loving” the wrong brother.I can’t wait for the next installment of this series and I will definitely be reading more by this author.
Christy Hayes lives outside Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, two children, and two dogs. She has a journalism degree from the University of Georgia (Go Dawgs!). She’s a member of the Romance Writers of America, the Women’s Fiction chapter of Romance Writers of America, and the Contemporary Romance Writers chapter of Romance Writers of America.
Christy has been writing seriously since 2004 and made the decision to indie publish in 2011. When not working on her next novel, Christy can be found walking her dogs through her neighborhood or at one of her kids sporting events.
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