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Title: Imperfect Match
Author: Corinne Michaels and Melanie Harlow
Release Date: Apr 26, 2019
Blurb: From NYT Bestseller Corinne Michaels & USA Today Bestseller Melanie Harlow, comes a sexy friends to lovers standalone romance.
Rule number one for a professional matchmaker?
Don’t fall in love with your client.
I screwed that up when I fell for my best friend, Reid Fortino. He’s gorgeous, successful, and sexy as hell. I figured it would be easy to find him a match—and save the family business at the same time.
But the more time I spend attempting to find the perfect girl, the more I realize how much I want him for my own. What’s the harm if we give in for just one night?
I should have known that would never be enough.
Now I’m on the verge of losing my job and my heart.
We were an imperfect match from the start, but I don’t know how to let him go.
Imperfect Match is a best friends to lovers story ~ my favorite trope! Reid and Willow are truly best friends. They spend ALL their free time together. What’s the problem? Well, that means that there’s just no room for anyone else in their lives, no chance of Willow falling in love and having a family. And Willow really, really wants a family, or at the very least, she wants a baby. She wants it so much that she’s determined to take matters into her own hands. She has an appt with the “spank bank.” Well, that’s how Reid sees it.
Willow has another issue, too. She works for her mother, the professional matchmaker, who’s ready to retire. Willow would love to take over the business, but she has had zero success finding a match for anyone – including herself, according to her mother. So, her mother offers a challenge. Find Reid a match. You can see where this is going….
You can expect to laugh a lot with this book. The banter between Reid and Willow is great! And there are some pretty funny scenes. But, this book isn’t all light. There are some heavier topics dealt with, like fear. The drama is there, but it’s not extreme, and I’d still consider this a fairly light read. I’ve been a long-time fan of Corinne Michaels, but I’ve never read Melanie Harlow before. I definitely wasn’t disappointed! Their writing styles blended seamlessly. I couldn’t tell where one picked up and the other left off. I’ll definitely be up for grabbing some Melanie Harlow books in the future! 4 STARS!!!!