The Good Neighbor

Available October 13, 2015!

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When small lies have big consequences…

Things are a little rough for Izzy Lane. Still reeling from the break-up of her marriage, the newly single mom moves back to the Philadelphia home she grew up in, five-year-old Noah in tow. The transition is difficult, but with the help of her best friends—and her elderly neighbor, Mrs. Feldman—Izzy feels like she’s stepping closer to her new normal. Until her ex-husband shows up with his girlfriend. That’s when Izzy invents a boyfriend of her own. And that’s when life gets complicated.

Blogging about her “new guy” provides Izzy with something to do when Noah’s asleep. What’s the harm in a few made-up stories? Then, her blog soars in popularity and she’s given the opportunity to moonlight as an online dating expert. How can she turn it down? But when her friends want to meet the mysterious “Mac,” someone online suspects Izzy’s a fraud, and a guy in-real-life catches her eye, Izzy realizes just how high the stakes are. That’s when Mrs. Feldman steps in, determined to show her neighbor the havoc that lies can wreak. If Izzy’s honest, she could lose everything, and everyone. Is the truth worth any cost?


11 thoughts on “The Good Neighbor

  1. Amy, I just wanted to thank you for the exposure you give to fellow writers and for sharing their work, their thoughts and ideas and their experiences w/getting their books published. Today I ran into an interview you had way back…in Writers Digest. It was about sending out queries and how you finally connected w/an agent. Hooray for you sticking it out and persevering till you got Glass Wives published. From one who’s starting the query sending process I appreciate hearing your success story. It gives one heart. Good for you. And keep on. You have a terrific blog. Thanks for all you expose us fledging writers to….

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