Thursday, February 4, 2016

Miss Match Review


Playing cupid may break her heart... 

Billionaire CEO Luke Ryder doesn’t want to hire his best friend, Brooke, as his matchmaker. Not when he’s been in love with her for eight years. Too bad she doesn’t see him as relationship material and is engaged to another man. If the matchmaking company she works for closes, Brooke is out of a job, and Luke is out a best friend. There will be nothing stopping her from moving to Italy with her fiancé. And Luke isn’t about to let that happen. 

Brooke’s dream career may be crumbling, and she will do anything to keep Toujour in the black. Even recruit Luke, America’s favorite bachelor, as her next client. Surely his perfect smile and swollen bank account will send clients swarming to their doors. But when matching up Luke works a little too well, Brooke wonders if she’s with the right man. Maybe she should finally forget Luke’s playboy image and admit he’s changed. All Brooke has to decide is if she’s willing to risk her heart.

This was a quick read for me, just over a day.  Like a candy bar, sweet and light.  Very refreshing as I have been doing a little more heavy reading for other purposes.  I found Brooke to be a great character and I loved Luke.  The relationship between Brooke and Antonio could have been built up a little more but it was a great read over all.

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