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Her Best Match: A Romantic Comedy (The Best Girls Book 1) by [Dearen, Tamie]
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"This is a "clean" love story that appeals to anyone with a heart. If you want to feel romance, then this book is for you. If you want a good laugh, then this book is for you. If you want to be drawn into the lives of exciting characters, then this book is for you." Amazon Reviewer
"This is the kind of book you will want to keep on your shelf, dog ear your favorite parts and read it over and over again." Indie Author Book Reviews

About the Author

Tamie lives with her very romantic husband of thirty-two years. Although their daughters are grown and married, they've never had an empty nest. The house is constantly full of young people. Some are temporary residents. Some come to share meals or swim. Some just come to hang out. But the constant flow of young folks in and out of the house brings joy and excitement to the home, and inspiration to the writer. Tamie met her husband as a freshman in college when she acted out of character on a whim. One night in the library lobby, she spied a cute guy with his first name written on the back of his shirt. She called out his name. When he approached to talk to her, she pretended that she'd met him before, asking about his classes and how he liked college. To her surprise and delight, he also pretended that he knew her, but of course he didn't know her name. They continued this false relationship for two months. Each time they saw each other,an event which occurred three times per week at the cafeteria, he would pretend he knew her. Meanwhile, all of Tamie's friends were careful not to reveal her name to him. When he finally admitted his ignorance of her name, he was astonished to learn the truth. And the rest is history. Contact Tamie on Facebook at Author Tamie Dearen or her webpage at

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  • File Size: 1555 KB
  • Print Length: 390 pages
  • Publication Date: December 12, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FR30D16
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,167 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Ok you guys, or should I say you girls... or actually, hey ya'll, this book is the shizznit!

If you like romance you will love this book. If you like feeling frustrated at someone through almost an entire story, you will love this book. If you like happy endings, you will love this book. If you've ever had hopes that one day a handsome, kind, generous billionaire would fall in love with you, you will definitely love this book. If you want a book to make you FEEL, then you will love this book.

Seriously, buy this book!

Anne Best is a widow and mother of two. She's startled to be invited to interview for a job in New York as an executive assistant. She feels out-classed and over-aged as she sits in the waiting room looking at all the eager, young candidates. When her name is finally called, she nervously enters the interview room to see a gorgeous older man sitting there. Then he opens his mouth.

Her temper flares and she tells him off, ready to go back home to Texas and call it all a waste of time. But he hires her. He's not as bad as first impressions would seem and Anne becomes determined to find him a match (matchmaking being her hobby) to the detriment of everyone and everything else.

You will want to slap her, but you'll be rooting for her the whole time.

I laughed, I cried a few times. I LOVED Gram. If a certain something had gone differently with Gandalf (buy the book if you want to know) I would have been devastated. I couldn't put it down.


Now, if your'e on Amazon you'll see a couple of 2 star reviews. I was shocked but I read them. I actually don't disagree with their points.

Point 1: The book is a bit long for the story.
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Tamie’s book was so enjoyable. The story begins with Anne Best visiting the office of Gherring Inc., as an unlikely job applicant vying for the executive assistant position. Her interview seems more like a “war of words” between her would be boss and future husband Steven Gherring. Anne is not afraid to stand for herself. The autocrat meets his match. She gets the job ……..!
I liked the magnetic chemistry between these two. Anne’s daughters, Steven’s grandmother “Gram” and the other characters are also very believable.
If you like romantic “Marry the Billionaire” type stories, go ahead read this book.
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Her Best Match is a very cute story that I would love to read over and over again. Tis my first time to encounter a 45-year old woman who can still score a billionaire and lead a life full of laughter, friendship, romance and match-making.

Anne Best is widowed, but she has two wonderful daughters who love her to bits. Then she gets recruited to one of the prominent companies in New York, and while she's quite confident of her accomplishments, she turns into an accident-prone executive assistant to Steven Gherring, the most eligible bachelor at the age of 49. At first, I thought Steven was a jerk, someone who thought highly of himself and believed that he was God's gift to everyone and that he could get away with everything. But my thoughts about him changed when he became a clumsy and insecure man in front of Anne. Their moments together are both laugh-trip and romance-filled. Definitely worth reading and sighing over.

The other characters who found each other, thanks to Anne's matchmaking skills, were really fun to read. It's like it was really meant for Anne to discover these people and let her do her magic like Cupid. The most fun in the book - Grams. She's a one-of-a-kind grandma who refuses to leave the Earth without seeing her grandson get married. She's a meddler, I know, but I found her cute and winsome. The whole story makes me cringe with delight. Tamie Dearen sure knows how to tickle my funny bones and bring stars to my eyes!
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Sometimes as a reviewer I will come across a book that is good, or better than good, and instinctively I examine the pages in an effort to analyse what it is that makes a particular book so appealing. Is it the short punchy sentences, the precise vocabulary, the type of verbs used, the elegance of the phrasing? Is the depth of the characterisation, the plotting, or the overall theme? Usually I can make reasonable deductions as to why a particular book works.

Tamie Dearen’s ‘Her Best Match’, however, has presented me with a puzzle. I suppose there are some aspects that might be described as weaknesses, e.g. a successful mother of 45 years of age who cannot walk in high heels. Seriously? She is such a klutz that she keeps falling over her boss. Once is bad enough, but Anne repeats the feat a couple of times more for good measure. She tends also to over-analyse situations almost ad nauseam. And the book itself is perhaps a little longer than it needs to be.

BUT…and it’s a big BUT… do these minor flaws matter in the context of this book? Is not the story the thing? I do not normally read romance stories. I love thrillers and mysteries. But this book has grabbed me. I couldn’t put it down and found myself reading long into the night, trying to find a place where I could naturally stop reading but unable to do so. It ticks every box there is. The story is brilliant, the characters are enchanting and engaging (I almost said ‘enDearen’) and there are plenty of events and episodes that are of genuine interest for the reader to enjoy. We wait for the naive Anne to become aware of the effect she is having on Mr. Gherring while he seems too stuffy to be able to express his feelings, for all the world a Mr. Darcy to his Elizabeth Bennett.
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