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Miss Match

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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.

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Hott Review:

So, once again I see an ebook up for review & it reminds me that I really wanted to read that book & it’s on Kindle Unlimited, so I offered to review it so I’d make it happen instead of letting it slip by the wayside.

Miss Match by Lindzee Armstrong is a terrific book. It’s not a chick lit at all, but rather a light and fun but real book about Brooke who almost loses her way because of fear.

Brooke and Luke have a very real relationship that Brooke has kept on friends terms because Luke has always been a player and she’s known for the last eight years that if she wants to keep him it can’t be more. But when Luke’s father dies and his life starts spiraling out of control with random women and too much alcohol (there were no details included) Brooke tries to step in, only to be told, by her fiance to dump Luke.

While Miss Match is a light book, it had my heart aching for Brooke who was dealing with an un-winable situation and Luke who was trying to gain everything before it slipped through his fingers.
An amazing book! I’ll be looking for more from Lindzee Armstrong!

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Author: Lindzee Armstrong
Source: Kindle Unlimited || EBooks for Review
Publisher & Date: May 4th 2015 by Snowflake Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance
ISBN: 0986363227 (ISBN13: 9780986363221)
Pages: 388
Grade: A
Ages: 16+
Steam: YA
Setting: Los Angelos, California
Series: No Match for Love #1
Meet Your Match
Meet Your Match
Miss Match
Miss Match
Not Your Match
Not Your Match

Author Bio:

Lindzee ArmstrongLindzee Armstrong met her match while attending a university, although she was technically in high school at the time. She and Mr. Armstrong became engaged quickly and fell in love even quicker. He wasn’t a high school student, but still thoughtfully offered to take her to prom in her wedding dress. She declined. Wearing the wedding dress before the Big Day just seemed weird. A few years after getting married, they welcomed twin boys into the world.

Lindzee loves chick flicks, ice cream, and chocolate, like any true romantic. She believes in sigh-worthy kisses and happily ever afters.

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