About A Match for the Marine
Matchmaker Rule #1: Never fall in love with the client.
Amy Thomas is in the running to become CEO of First Comes Love. All she has to do is outmatch her conniving co-worker. Maintaining her perfect matchmaking track record should be no problem, especially since her client is a hot Marine with bulging biceps and a killer smile.
Gunnery Sergeant Dexter Harrington is not looking for love, but his mother has been laying on the guilt about not wanting him to die alone. So when she buys him the VIP package at Southern California’s premier matchmaking company, he has no choice but to play ball.
Right from the start, Dex recognizes Amy is a better match for him than any of the disastrous dates she arranges. Amy isn’t going to let the gorgeous gunny get in the way of achieving her life’s goal. What happens when the matchmaker is the perfect match for the Marine?
This is my first book I’ve read by Jess Mastorakos. I guarantee that it won’t be my last. I really enjoyed reading this one. I thought the author did a great job with the characters. And the plot was fun, not one I’d seen done before.
I loved that the reader gets to see the story through both Amy’s eyes and Dex’s. Both characters were great. And it just made the story pop with both points of view.
I liked Amy. She was funny. I liked the way she changed from being so focused on her job at the beginning to being willing to give up everything for what she wanted by the end. And her date planning was the best!
Dex is the marine in this book. He wants nothing to do with getting married or even dating. That leaves a huge job for Amy. Their first meeting was really funny. Dex didn’t know Amy was who he was supposed to be meeting with. And she used that to her advantage.
I loved the plot of this one. There are so many funny little things that happened to Dex on his dates. And Amy is left not quite knowing why they happened, but having to pretend they were her fault.
This is a great book. If you’re looking for a fun rom-com to get lost in, look no further!
I was sent an e-copy of A Match for the Marine as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.
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