The Little Lady Agency Series by Hester Browne

3.75 · 62 ratings
  • The Little Lady Agency (The Little Lady Agency #1)
    #1

    The Little Lady Agency (The Little Lady Agency #1)

    Hester Browne

    · 26 ratings · published 2008

    Hilarious and warmhearted, this "deliciously addictive" (Cosmopolitan) debut romantic comedy stars a woman who goes from doormat to diva when she sets up shop as the ultimate freelance girlfriend. Melissa Romney-Jones can bake a perfect sponge cake, type her little heart out, and plan a party blindfolded. But none of that has helped her get far in life or in love. When she gets fired -- again -- she decides to market her impeccable social skills to single men... more

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  • Little Lady, Big Apple (The Little Lady Agency #2)
    #2

    Little Lady, Big Apple (The Little Lady Agency #2)

    Hester Browne

    · 18 ratings · published 2007

    Melissa Romney-Jones went from doormat to diva when she donned a blond wig, became Honey, a no-nonsense bombshell, and set up shop providing London's most clueless men with all the basic girlfriend services -- except, of course, for sex and laundry! Now, her business is booming, but when her flat-mate decides to renovate, she has to temporarily find a new place to live. Then Melissa's dashing American boyfriend (and former client) Jonathan Riley gets a promotion that takes him to New York... more

  • The Little Lady Agency and the Prince (The Little Lady Agency #3)
    #3

    The Little Lady Agency and the Prince (The Little Lady Agency #3)

    Hester Browne

    · 18 ratings · published 2008

    Hester Browne created a unique heroine in Melissa Romney-Jones a.k.a. Honey, London's ultimate freelance girlfriend, who won the hearts of readers on both sides of the Atlantic in her "charming and feel-good"("Cosmopolitan") and "funny and original" ("People") earlier adventures. Now her "New York Times" bestselling series sparkles brighter than ever as irrepressible Melissa is hired to reform a playboy prince -- and finds she could get used to the royal treatment... more

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