Series: Match Me #1
Published by Entangled Publishing on July 21st 2014
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When New York matchmaker Addison St. Claire is tasked with matching her best friend's new brother-in-law, she almost refuses. But the sexy southern CEO turns out to be a challenge she can't resist, because if anyone needs to meet his soul mate, it's this man. And if matching him with someone else removes the temptation of being near him? Even better.
The last thing Caine McNeill needs is a matchmaker—especially a gorgeous redhead who spouts nonsense about soul mates, critiques what he drives and how he dresses, buys him a dog, and pesters him about a million little things he couldn't care less about. It's a crying shame he has to keep his hands off because chemistry like what's flaring between them ought to be explored. Thoroughly.
And so the battle begins. Addison is determined to stick to her plan of setting him up on dates with other women, and Caine is equally determined to ignore these women and seduce her.
A short and sweet, though not entirely plausible read, and as smexy as it can get from a seasoned erotica writer Katee Robert.
I understand that characters have issues – so much so that they’re a necessity for category romances like this. Yet call it budding intolerance on my part but insecurity resulting in idiotic behaviour does get on my nerves and Addison (heroine) has spades of it. For this reason, it’s hard to appreciate the book more than I wished I could have.
On the bright side, it was great to catch up with Regan and Brock again in their domestic Happy-ever-after.