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The Supermodel’s Best Friend by Gretchen Galway Review

Title: The Supermodel’s Best Friend

Author: Gretchen Galway

First published October 2, 2011

332 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 3.59


Lucy Hathcoat is thrilled to be attending her supermodel best friend’s luxurious week-long wedding at an eco-resort. But what she’s really hoping for is to find a decent guy who’s ready to settle down and start a family.

Someone responsible, logical, and practical – definitely not the six-foot-five, charming, and fun-loving Miles Girard. She doesn’t need a college dropout who makes her laugh and makes her jump in his lap for a kiss.

And she definitely doesn’t need a man who’s wary of marriage and thinks she needs him more than she needs a husband. Or does she?

As Lucy spends more time with Miles, she starts to realize that maybe he’s exactly what she needs. Will she be able to convince him that marriage is worth taking a chance on?

Or will she lose him forever? Find out in Gretchen Galway’s charming romantic comedy, The Supermodel’s Best Friend.

About the Author

Meet Gretchen Galway, a talented author who has gained recognition for her captivating mystery, fantasy, and romance novels. Originally from the American Midwest, she now resides in scenic Sonoma County, California.

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Editoral Review

Book Review: The Supermodel’s Best Friend by Gretchen Galway

Gretchen Galway’s debut novel, The Supermodel’s Best Friend, is a delightful romantic comedy that will leave you wanting more. Published on October 2, 2011, the book is a light-hearted read that explores themes of friendship, love, and self-discovery.

Set in the bustling city of Los Angeles, the story follows the life of neurotic Lily, who works as a personal assistant to the beautiful and famous supermodel, Belinda. Despite her boss’s constant demands and the chaos that surrounds her job, Lily finds solace in her friendship with Belinda and her growing attraction to her boss’s hunky bodyguard, Adam.

As Lily navigates her way through the ups and downs of her personal and professional life, she must confront her fears and insecurities head-on to find true happiness. Along the way, she discovers that true beauty comes from within, and that the people who truly love you will accept you for who you are.

Galway’s writing style is engaging and witty, and her characters are well-developed and relatable. The pacing of the plot is spot-on, with just the right amount of tension and conflict to keep the reader engaged from start to finish.

The setting of Los Angeles provides a colorful backdrop to the story, with its glitz and glamour adding to the charm of the book.

While The Supermodel’s Best Friend may not be a groundbreaking work of literature, it is an enjoyable read that will leave a smile on your face. Galway’s ability to create compelling characters and weave an engaging plot makes this book a standout in the romantic comedy genre.

However, the book is not without its flaws. The ending feels a bit rushed and could have been more satisfying.

Additionally, some of the secondary characters could have been further developed to add more depth to the story.

Despite these minor flaws, The Supermodel’s Best Friend is a fun and entertaining read that is perfect for anyone looking for a light-hearted romance. Fans of the genre will find much to love in this book, and it is a great introduction to Galway’s writing.

I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun and entertaining read. It is perfect for a lazy afternoon or a relaxing evening at home.

Overall, I give The Supermodel’s Best Friend by Gretchen Galway a solid 4 out of 5 stars.