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    Real life drama meets small town serenity.

    For Emma, Noah, Ryan, Ginny, Patrick and Carol emotions run deep, bonds are strong and relationships will be tested. The Tea for Two series is about friendship, love and family all in a small town. Noah and Emma learn some tough lessons about love, life and heartache in book one: Falling For Her Brother's Best Friend. Emma is fed - up with dating the jerks of the world. Her heart longs for a Mr. Right but her ego just can't stand the blows. When her first love returns to town, her willpower, their friendship and the stability of their little circle of friends may not survive the shakeup. Real life drama meets small town serenity on the road to second chances. Ms. Adams is off to a fine start.
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    Lovely start to a new series!

    This is the start of a sweet and sexy contemporary romance series starring three best girlfriends and their older brothers. It's clear from the start that it's going to be the girls paired off with their friend's brothers, so I'll be interested to see the differences in story plots since they all have the 'best friend's sibling' trope. In this story it's Emma, a smart business minded woman who is the financial planner for her brother Patrick's IT company who is paired with her friend Ginny's older brother Noah. Emma's always had a crush on Noah but he's been away from town for several years and is back only because of the Tea for Two shop his sister is opening. But being around Emma, whom he definitely sees as all grown up now also makes him wonder whether he's made the right choice staying away for so long. I enjoyed the setup for this story, and the strong friendship between the three women. Ginny and Carol own the Tea for Two shop and Emma helped them out with their business plan to get things off the ground. The grand opening of the shop is the impetus to get the families together and the three older brothers (Emma's brother Patrick, Ginny's brother Noah, and Carol's brother Ryan) are all best friends too. There is a bit of that 'you're not good enough for my sister' vibe coming from Patrick towards Noah when he suspects that there might be something going on between them. Noah is a conflicted character, his father's defection from their family when he was younger making him hesitant to commit to a woman on the chance that she might leave him. It creates the conflict between him and Emma as he's not sure he can give her what she's looking for. Plus he feels guilty for having left town for so long and not having spent time with his sister Ginny and his Nan, who is showing her age. After a series of unsuccessful relationships Emma is on a 'Man-fast', but that doesn't last long once Noah is in town. There are some sexy scenes between Noah and Emma and I like how the story played out along the way to its happy ending. I'm definitely planning to read about the other couples!
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    Brother friend

    Nice story to read and keep happy face..... Small and sweet story.....
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    Who dares

    Nice story where history plays a big part in the outcome and friendships in a small town are tested. The author has a good feel for the situation and the detail is sufficient to give a good picture of the situations that arise. Unfortunately it is fairly obvious early on what will happen but it is just a case of when and how.

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