About Love, Austen

love, austen

A matchmaker who can’t commit, a jaded divorce lawyer, and a mutually beneficial business agreement.

Matchmaker Meg Austen is focused on one thing—finding the financial backing to create the app for her company, Love, Austen. When the investment firm tells her she needs a boyfriend to prove her faith in her matchmaking process, she fears her dreams might never become a reality. Sure, she can match up other people, but love for herself. She’s not interested.

Parker Matthews is determined to get the partnership left vacant by his father’s death. But when a colleague suggests having a girlfriend will increase his chances to get the partnership, he panics–he’s cut women out of his life completely after his last relationship and wouldn’t even know who to ask.

As they spend real time together, their fake feelings change. But when their fears about commitment resurface, can they find a way to work past them? Or will Meg and Parker have to find another way to get what they want while mending their broken hearts?

My review

I love a good romance series. And bonus, this one by Britney M Mills already has six books released. That means I don’t have to wait for more books to come out!

I loved Meg in this book. How could I not? She has built her whole matchmaking business around Jane Austen books. But she is in need of money and must have a boyfriend to get it. I loved that she is the strong type of girl who doesn’t want to have to lean on any one else.

Then there’s Parker. If he wants to be a partner in his father’s law firm, he’s going to have to have a girlfriend. And he’s a genuinely nice guy. I loved the way he just knew what to do to help Meg in a ton of little situations.

I loved the premise of this one. Both of them needing a significant other. Fake relationships turning real is my favorite trope.

This book is one of those that I didn’t want to put down. It’s so great!

I was sent a copy of Love, Austen as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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