Worst Best Friend Ever

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Publisher Description

I've been writing letters to a military man overseas and now he's coming back home...

I started writing to Cody two years ago while he was stationed at a base overseas. I've told him everything about my life...only I slightly embellished some parts. Like the fact that I'm really into sports, have a serious boyfriend, and I'm in my fifties. I had my reasons, you see, but now he wants to meet and I'm scared he's going to think I'm a big liar.

So I decide to tell him that I'm his penpals daughter, yeah, nothing like adding oil to the fire. But when we meet I can't help but think how handsome he is and how I want more. But how can I ever start a relationship with someone that doesn't really know the real me? Am I the worst best friend ever?

March 27
J. S. Cooper
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Kyjenn11 ,


Overall, I enjoyed this story. It was entertaining, and for the most part, held my interest. But I found that at times, I did have a hard time getting into it. But, I loved the characters, and was invested in their story. This is the third in this series, and another enjoyable installment.

Gwhitten68 ,

Amazing story

I received this book through Bookfunnel and this is my honest review. This is a wonderful story by JS Cooper. This was a great story with a great storyline and amazing chemistry between Emma and Cody. They become pen pals while Cody is deployed. When he returns he wants to meet her. There are a few bumps in their story but they finally get their happily ever after.

Family player ,

Friends to Lovers

Have you ever thought that by keeping a secret from someone you cared about you were helping them more than if you told them? Thinking that if you told them the truth it would just end up hurting them. I think this is just what we might tell ourselves when we hide the truth from someone or maybe it was in Emma’s case. Emma has been writing letters with a military man overseas and she now finds herself in a difficult situation as she has embellished information in her writings with Cody. Now they are supposed to meet. What do you do when you have to face up to the things you have said that are not necessarily so? Well Emma sure has found some very interesting ways to embrace her first encounter with Cody and to explain away details of “Emma’s” letters. What comes as a shock to Emma is the immediate and unexpected chemistry she has with Cody upon meeting him in person. She knew they had a connection from writing but this different so now the question is what is she going to do to solve her mess. This was a fun and entertaining story full of laughs and love. You will be turning the pages to see how things unfold for Emma and Cody and certainly it won’t disappoint. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

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