THE UNLIKELIEST OF FAMILIES — A REVIEW

From the moment that Adele Brannon and Kamryn Matika met in college, they were best friends. They thought nothing could come between them, but then Adele did the unthinkable. She slept with Kamryn’s fiancé.

By the time Kamryn learns this fact, though, a few years have passed. And Adele is the mother of a child named Tegan.

When the betrayal is revealed, Kamryn breaks up with Nate and walks out on her friendship with Adele.

Years later, and after a series of unanswered letters from Adele, Kamryn finally responds to one that is truly a desperate cry for help, returning to London to a hospital room where Adele lies dying.

Her request will turn Kamryn’s life upside down—but unexpectedly, it will also finally make everything right.

After Adele’s death, Kamryn returns to her home and job in Leeds, accompanied by her “best friend’s girl” and tries to carve out a life and family for herself and Tegan. At work, though, she has a new boss, Luke, who immediately grates on her nerves and arouses all kinds of emotions.

What will happen in the first year of this newly created family that will finally convince Kamryn that she can have the love she’d always desired? Who will be there for her, and what will eventually happen to cement the bonds formed on the day she took her friend’s child home?

My Best Friend’s Girl was a wonderfully emotional tale of love, friends, and the unusual forms that family can take; it was a page-turning delight that held my attention all the way through and earned five stars from me.

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