Once a player, always a player? "Not so," insists Charlie's stepdad, a former player himself.
Living in Colorado, Charlotte "Charlie" Best has denied having any feelings for Josh--a self-proclaimedreformed player--for the past two years. But seeing him again, now she's moved to New York City, forces her to admit the truth. She's in love with him. Too bad he's about to marry her friend, Olivia.
Will he ever get a break? Josh Branson has spent the last two years working to be the kind of man Charlie deserves. Now she's in town but instead of taking his time to win her over, he needs to get married as soon as possible. Surely his good friend Olivia will help him out.
Schemes fall apart as too many matchmakers--Charlie included--work at cross-purposes to bring Josh together with the woman they think he loves.
"If you like Hallmark movies, you'll love The Best Girls!"
"All three books have been fantastic, but this one really had me on edge and yelling at Josh and Charlie to talk to each other for cryin' out loud!!!"
(Author Note: The chronological order of The Best Girls is 1-2-4-3.)