A match made in the library..

Heath Champion, an agent for athletic stars, hires spunky matchmaker Annabelle Granger to find him a wife to create his idea of the perfect life. What he is seeking can only be described as the unattainable dream – tall, model like looks, perfect and exactly like him. Unbeknownst to Annabelle, Heath has also signed up with a rival match-making agency. Between the two companies Heath meets a horde of eligible women, but none of Chicago’s finest is good enough for him. Heath soon learns that love never comes in a pretty package with a pedigree, but in the unlikeliest of spots.

“Match Me If You Can” is an enjoyable literary escape. The story flowed smoothly. Heath & Annabelle’s story is witty, touching and frustrating until they realize that they are right for each other. The banter between the two is laugh out loud funny. I would definitely recommend this book to all readers of romance. Don’t let the sports theme turn you off; it isn’t the full basis for the story.

I have to say I was pleasantly surprised and will be searching for another Susan Elizabeth Phillips book in the future.


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