I have to say that I absolutely LOVED Matched. This story was fast paced,witty, and reminded me of Jill Shalvis' writing style. Anyone who knows me knows I am a huge fan of Jill Shalvis so when I compare these two authors it is a compliment. I could easily relate to Lindsey and her desire to be normal even with her special talents. Will was sexy, real, and down to earth despite being a country star. I found myself falling for him right along with Lindsey. The book hooked me from page one and was long enough to satisfy. I really can't say enough good things about Matched by Jamie Farrell. It is a must read in my book and gets 5 stars from me.
Welcome Back to Bliss, The Land of Happily Ever Afters!
Castellano couldn’t ask for more. She’s the most successful divorce
lawyer ever raised in Bliss. (Never mind that she’s the only one.) She’s
her nephew’s favorite aunt. (For the moment, anyway.) And thanks to a
little gift (or curse) from the universe, she’s an expert at avoiding
love, commitment, and inevitable heartbreak. Or so she thought until the
night of her sister’s wedding.
Will Truitt might’ve grown up
living a country song—his momma died, his daddy went to prison, and his
dog ran away—but as an adult, he’s been blessed by the country rock
gods. Being Billy Brenton on stage isn’t an honor he takes lightly. He
likes to give back what fame has given him, which is how he finds
himself happily crashing a wedding in this quirky little bridal-obsessed
town. The one thing he isn’t counting on, though, is colliding with the
only girl he ever let himself love.
It’s been fifteen years
since she shattered his heart. Then, she’d been a sorority girl on her
way to the top, and he’d been a lowly janitor with a little bit of a
dream. Now he’s on top of the world, and she’s the last person he should
need or want.
But she’s the only person who has ever inspired
his music. And he’s the only man she’s never been able to forget. Have
the years made them wiser, stronger, and better able to love, or this
time, will they simply crash and burn harder?