The Best is Yet to Come

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
This free novella is a prequel and adjunct for Her Best Match, fun to read before or after the novel. It is a short look inside the head of billionaire Steven Gherring, who likes to control everything in his life. But just when he thinks nothing could ever surprise him, he meets Anne Best. His response to her surprises even himself! This is a quick read with sassy characters and lots of laughs. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 16,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311634894
About Tamie Dearen

Tamie lives with her very romantic husband of thirty-one 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.

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Review by: Nadine Keels on May 20, 2014 :
Well, that was fun–fittingly named and a good foretaste, though I can well imagine how it’d also be enjoyable to read this after its related novel. I wasn’t sure if I’d have any particular reason to like Steven at first, but he became intriguing after a bit. And while Ms. Esparza puts on a good production, Anne Best is far more interesting. What a cookie! I’ll definitely be going on to read Her Best Match, hopefully sooner than later. Two thumbs up!
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Review by: Ellen Spencer on March 16, 2014 :
Very good. Really fun to read. Looking forward to more... Thanks for sharing it.
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Review by: Daleen on March 13, 2014 :
This is a enticing start...its like a slither of chocolate. You know you want more!! Sizzling plot. Thanks for giving it free!
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Review by: Wesley D on March 06, 2014 :
The Best Is Yet to Come is a fun teaser for Tamie Dearen’s first book Her Best Match. It was exciting to get to know the infamous and handsome Steven Gherring and find out just what he is thinking when he first meets the lively and spirited Anne Best. You should also check out Dearen’s first book, which continues the story of this unexpected and confusing romance from Anne's prospective, with all the complications caused by the amorous Frenchman Henri.
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Review by: Melanie Toye on March 06, 2014 :
I loved this story. Meet Fifty Shades of Grey without the erotica! Sexy, romantic and makes you wonder what will happen next. A little disappointed it ended so quickly, but that is what any good author does! Makes you wanting more! Thank you for the light entertainment.
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Review by: Book Lover on March 01, 2014 :
I thought this was a fun, free prequel. I actually read Her Best Match first, and I just loved the characters. So this book was fun to read because you get to see things from Steven's point of view. You could read it before or after the first book, and it would be fine.
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Review by: Lyssabeth on March 01, 2014 :
I read Her Best Match and then read this prequel. It's a really quick read, but I thought it was a fun addition to the main story. I laughed out loud several times. This is definitely best paired with Book 1 though!
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