A Girl Like You by Maria Geraci

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Every ugly duckling is a swan in waiting...

Emma Frazier is smart, hardworking, and loves her job as a journalist for a Florida lifestyle magazine. Emma knows she’s no great beauty, but she’s pretty certain she has a shot with her handsome new boss, Ben Gallagher—until Emma overhears a mutual acquaintance refer to her as the “ugly friend.” In an effort to reclaim her battered self-esteem, Emma decides to impress Ben at work by promising an exclusive interview with NASCAR legend, Trip Monroe.

Emma and Trip went to high school together and although it’s been fourteen years since they’ve spoken, Emma is certain she can score an interview with the elusive super star. But connecting with Trip turns out to be harder than Emma imagined. Her quest for the interview leads her back to her tiny hometown of Catfish Cove, where old secrets and a new romantic interest shake up Emma’s views on life and teach her that maybe the key to finding true love is as simple as accepting yourself for the person you were always meant to be.

About Maria Geraci

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Maria Geraci was born in Havana, Cuba, and raised on Florida's Space Coast. She lives with her husband and their three children in north Florida where she works as a part-time labor and delivery nurse.
Published August 7, 2012 by Berkley. 320 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Chick Lit Central

I loved watching her interact with the people in her life…her mothers with their sandwich hug approach, her two closest girlfriends, her romantic interests, and the people she worked with on a daily basis, including her crush object of a boss.

Jul 31 2012 | Read Full Review of A Girl Like You

Vibrant Nation

Emma says she was “Raised by two women, one of whom believed intelligence is the most important quality a woman can possess, and the other of whom placed kindness, good manners, and an appreciation of poetry even above intelligence.” Emma went home to find answers about Trip Monroe.

Aug 09 2012 | Read Full Review of A Girl Like You

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