02 November 2014

REVIEW - PERFECT MATCH BY KATHY LOVE



ABOUT THE BOOK:

The Matchmaker knows you can’t find the perfect fit if you don’t try on the right size… 

Nothing extraordinary ever happens in Fiddlehead Bay, Maine until an enigmatic woman moves into the small seaside town and opens her shop of eclectic odds and ends. There are rumors among the locals the shopkeeper is a modern day witch and matchmaker, and Franci Grassette is intrigued by the concept. Her nonexistent love life could use some matchmaking. Heck, it could use a miracle. 

Dylan O’Brien came to Fiddlehead Bay to make a fresh start with his daughter and to forget the deceits of his wife and his troubled past. Not to get involved with a woman. But he soon finds himself repeatedly running into Franci, first as his daughter’s daycare teacher, then as his landlord. And it’s getting harder and harder to ignore his attraction to the sweet, thoughtful and sexy woman. 

Franci isn’t sure if the shopkeeper is making her meetings with Dylan happen, or if it’s just coincidence. But with each unexpected encounter, it becomes clear they cannot deny their attraction to each other. Unfortunately there’s no outrunning the past and it catches up to Dylan with a bang, testing their new love, and threatening their PERFECT MATCH… 



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MY REVIEW: 

I received my copy from the author in exchange for my honest review as part of TEAM LOVE. 

I'm so happy that Ms. Love wrote this book. I'm a HUGE fan. It has the best of all the things I love about contemp romances. Small- town feel, heart, and humor. I found it easy to read and hard to put down. I loved Franci and Dylan(I'm a sucker for single dads and Dylan is a great dad to daughter Olivia). Don't miss out on what promises to be a GREAT series! 
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