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Round him like best friends Still he gets by or at least he gets by up until his fiancée dumps him at the altar Out of spite he takes a solo honeymoon to Thailand where he can. 475The best thing that happened to Emory was being left at the altar He goes on his honeymoon in Thailand and meets a photographer who is also on holiday They become friends chums pals companions for the remainder of their time there and just maybe than that but with the holiday over and real life back in swing there s no chance for them to ever cross paths againor is there I loved being in Emory s head He is so clever and snarky and fun This is a wonderful read Nate the photographer is a great character as well Who has a very real and poignant storyline of his own to work through here The secondary characters are fleshed out as well I especially loved the stoic Hal and the completely awesome Linn There is a lot of emotion here and fantastic chemistry Recommended

review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Cary Attwell

The Other Guy

Emory James is by his own admission not the type of person the adjective exciting would ever deign to touch with a ten foot pole Cautious reserved and staid however all crowd a. 45 stars My love letter to this bookDear Emory Archibald JamesHello How are you What a pleasure to get to know you in The Other Guy Will you be my best friend forever As I see it we are kindred spirits and are MEANT to know each other I love that you are witty self deprecating silly cracked in places yet so kind You re totally unaware of how awesome you arewhich just makes youMORE AWESOMEYour man Nate is uite possibly one of the swoon worthiest men around I so love the story of your travel escapes your friendship and your growing relationship Please do what you can to make sure you re worthy of his devotion and goodness He deserves it Yes there are times when your cowardice your fear and your insensitivity made me very very angry You can be uite den

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Pretend to be someone better than himself for a little while In meeting Nate a The Other Kindle fellow traveler Emory slowly discovers how to stop pretending Word Count approx. 45I have to thank Ami for bringing this book to my attention Smooches Ami Emory is great his humor is exactly my kind of humor very dry and self depricatingAfter being left at the alter literally he is understandably sad and mourning but I loved that he didn t make Michelle the now ex into an evil caricature he never talked about her or put her down yes he was mad and upset but we didn t hear about all the things he had to put up with while being with her no she was actually pretty okSo anyway like any jilted groom he goes on his honeymoon and meets Nate They spend their days and evenings exploring Thailand and have one night together before they go their separate ways not expecting to see each other againBut his thoughts go back to Nate often and he confides in h


10 thoughts on “The Other Guy

  1. says:

    This thing starts off so intensely funny it's like a shock and awe campaign Operation Rolling ChucklethunderBut once you get

  2. says:

    Dear book you made me HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY with warm and fuzzy feeling I wanted to sueeze you and hug you and kiss you all over Thank you for putting a huge smile to my face because I rarely get that these days from this genre You are l

  3. says:

    45 stars My love letter to this bookDear Emory “Archibald” JamesHello How are you? What a pleasure to get to know you in “The Other Guy” Will you be my best friend forever? As I see it we are kindred spirit

  4. says:

    Serves me right next time I will listen to the warning bells that kept going off in my head this is why I stayed away fro

  5. says:

    475The best thing that happened to Emory was being left at the altar He goes on his honeymoon in Thailand and meets a photographer who is also on holiday They become friends chums pals companions for the remainder of their time there and just maybe than that but with the holiday over and real life back in swing there's no chance f

  6. says:

    I'm stuck between 3 and 4 stars for this one I enjoyed the basic elements of the story and the settings in Thailand and Chicago were described well enough to make you think the author actually has a working knowledge of both places Both of the main characters were likeable and believeable not pedestal worthy idealized super heroes But I definitely agree that the book could have used some editing tightening up the story

  7. says:

    45 stars This book has one of the most irresistible first chapters I've read in a while It's impossible not to relate to good guy Emory and his bad luck with love After being jilted at the altar he goes to Thailand alone and meets Nate who re ignites his passion for life But Emory is still too wounded emotionally to let someone in so they part not thinking they will ever meet again Several months later Nate turns up and a beaut

  8. says:

    45I have to thank Ami for bringing this book to my attention Smooches Ami Emory is great his humor is exactly my kind of humor very dry and self depricatingAfter being left at the alter literally he is understandably sad and mourning but I loved that he didn't make Michelle the now ex into an evil caricature he never talked about her or put her down yes he was mad and upset but we didn't hear about all the things he ha

  9. says:

    This book was sweet and funny and passed the time perfectly on a 4 hour plane ride I really enjoyed the story but it miss

  10. says:

    45 stars You know those stories in sitcom or romantic comedy where the girl is about to marry the other guy until the love of her life suddenly appears in the church declaring his undying love and then they run away? Great for the girl and the her lover Suck for the other guy This is the story of that other guy The one who was left at the alt