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Miss Match Kindle Edition
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Blake Donovan, on first impression, was a stern, arrogant and pompous man. He didn't believe in love, but he wanted a wife purely to satisfy both his business and sexual needs. Essentially, all he wanted was some eye candy for his arm. Of course, I was a little put off by Blake yet at the same time I had hope that my feelings for him would change with the continuation of the story. Thankfully, I soon discovered that Blake had some good qualities just waiting to emerge, he just needed a little encouragement to show everyone how lovely he truly was. By the end of the story, I had fallen hard for Blake. It was impossible not to.
I loved Andrea's character. She was fun, strong and feisty. The complete opposite of Blake. When Andrea first met Blake there was an initial attraction towards him but once she realised what a cold and pretentious man he was, she soon changed her mind. However the more time Andrea spent with Blake, the more she got to see the real man, and the attraction towards her boss bloomed.
I adored watching Andrea and Blake's relationship change throughout this story. Andrea had turned Blake's world upside down. He was suddenly re-thinking his idea of the perfect woman and he found that Andrea was increasingly becoming the girl for him with each day they spent together.Read more ›
Told from dual third person perspectives, MISS MATCH follows Andrea as she is hired to 'find' Blake Donovan a wife. Blake is a billionaire CEO of Donovan InfoTech, and doesn't have time to date or go through the motions of falling in love. Our hero will place an ad for a 'personal concierge' who is responsible for finding the perfect woman who meets all of Blake's 'wife minded' demands. Enter Andrea Dawson, a woman whose ability to 'read' people is the perfect person for the job. What ensues is a tempestuous relationship between Blake and Andrea when Blake first presents himself as a no nonsense, egotistical, arrogant pr*ck.
Throughout the storyline Andrea's choices for Blake's mate are met with negativity and rejection from our storyline male lead. Andrea believes she has found the perfect women as potential wife material but no one seems to catch Blake's attention until he makes Andrea an offer she should have refused. While Andrea continues to hunt for a wife for Blake, she also becomes Blake's sex with benefits friend-on the side.
The $exual attraction between our couple is palpable. There is a definite high energy push and pull between Blake and Andrea, one that does not go unnoticed by Andrea's sister Lacy or Blake's housekeeper.Read more ›
I really enjoyed this book. Yes, it’s ludicrous and daft and there were times when I worried I would never actually like Blake, but somehow the Laurelin McGee team pulled it off. At the beginning that was thanks to Andrea. She might be out of work and living with her little sister, but she has principles. Sort of. Mostly. Which is why her first instinct is to turn Blake’s job down. The trouble is that she has a very specific set of skills – namely she has a gift for reading people. Along with that she’s also funny, forthright and impulsive. She’s not exactly a good person and she does have a selfish streak, but I found her amusing and interesting enough to hook me from the start.
Then there’s Blake. He really is arrogant and rude and a little bit sexist and there were times I was certain I’d never like him. Yet there’s also a hidden side to him. Pretty much anything that makes him seem sweet or sensitive or anything other than a jerk, he hides. Whether it’s his Downton Abbey and historical drama addiction, his taste in music or his love for pinball, he hides anything that makes him seem the least bit human. Which is kind of sweet, in a foolish way. It might have been nice to have learnt more about why he does this, but mostly I enjoyed the lengths he went to hide his personality.
Actually as the book progressed I started to like Blake more and more. Sadly, there were times when I liked Andrea quite a bit less.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you like sassy sexy assistants and CEOs stuck up their own backsides this is the book for you. Andrea is funny and sceptical and Blake just wants arm candy and a cook and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MRS JANET HARRALL
I'm grinning from ear to ear, having just this second finished reading Miss Match - it's left me on a high! The humour and the progression of this pairing was perfectly balanced. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this book. It's fun and made me smile throughout. A definite must read!Published 7 months ago by Carina
Was a good read, would have liked to have seen Andy wined and dined. Would recommend to friends. Enjoyed itPublished 12 months ago by Mrs Lynn Boccius
Fun story, great characters, fast paced and a page turner.i loved the humour and all the banter between Andy and Blake.Published 13 months ago by Mariana Lee