Dear Emmie Blue
Dear Emmie Blue was such a delight. It had so much more depth than I was expecting, honestly. I was expecting this cutesy little story, but oh Emmie Blue she stole my heart!
Many years ago when Emmie Blue was younger she released a balloon containing her email address in the sky. Not excepting anything. Certainly not excepting a response. And certainly not expecting to make a best friend. A friend she so desperately needed. She also finds a fill-in family with his brother and parents caring for her. Because her single mother is often in and out of her life.
Now in her twenties Emmie is working a dead end job, still has a dead-beat mom, and worst of all she is probably losing her best friend to marriage. A best friend she is in love with. The one positive is her living situation. She rents a room from an older woman named Louise. It takes some time and they don’t hit off at first, but the friendship these two develop is special.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 This is kinda a British book form of the movie My Best Friend’s Wedding and I’m here for it. For a Women’s Fiction/Rom-Com this one surprisingly has some twists and turns. Overall, I eally enjoyed this backlist book and highly recommend it. I can recommend this author in general as I also enjoyed her newest release, Eight Perfect Hours. #autobuyauthor