Matchmaker for Hire

Matchmaker for Hire After her political marriage implodes Alison Taylor avoids the world only venturing out to help her best friend participate in a reality matchmaking show Alison thinks the whole thing is a bad idea

  • Title: Matchmaker for Hire
  • Author: Rachel John
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After her political marriage implodes, Alison Taylor avoids the world, only venturing out to help her best friend participate in a reality matchmaking show Alison thinks the whole thing is a bad idea, especially when the show s host is the horrible Dale Bernard, a former gossip hound who used to mock her for a living She vows to watch him like a hawk and keep her friendAfter her political marriage implodes, Alison Taylor avoids the world, only venturing out to help her best friend participate in a reality matchmaking show Alison thinks the whole thing is a bad idea, especially when the show s host is the horrible Dale Bernard, a former gossip hound who used to mock her for a living She vows to watch him like a hawk and keep her friend from getting hurt Dale Bernard regrets all insults and jokes he used to fling around, but Alison Taylor deserves his apologies the most When they meet unexpectedly, he hopes to make amends, especially when he can t deny the pull he feels towards her Putting her friend on his show might be going too far, but otherwise, he might never see Alison again Alison can t believe Dale keeps showing up at her house, pretending he needs her help with his stupid show She shouldn t enjoy spending time with him, but she does And she definitely should keep it a secret, but prying eyes want to know

    One thought on “Matchmaker for Hire”

    1. I picked this up on kindle unlimited. Cute, clean romance. First book I've read by this author. Grabbed another on kindle unlimited that I will hopefully slip in sometime soon!

    2. Alison Taylor has been a hermit for 4 years - ever since she publicly ended her marriage to her cheating politician husband. And now Dale Bernard and his show "Matchmaker for Hire" have come to town. Dale publicly humiliated her 4 years ago, and he is the last man she ever wants to see. But Dale has always wanted to meet Alison and apologize to her. Once he has apologized to her, he realizes that he wants to get to know so much more about her! So he brings her best friend Mandy onto his show so [...]

    3. 3.5 StarsThis book was a little harder to review for me. I was so excited going into it, and it started off well. The writing was well done and the characters were likeable. I enjoyed the storyline and the supporting characters. I guess I just felt like some things were rushed way too fast. The transition of Alison from hating Dale to suddenly liking him was a bit rushed, and there were many things left undone or unspoken. I liked the book overall, but wished it could have gone on more and had s [...]

    4. Cat ladies are sneakyDelightful. Recovering from a very public break up can really takes its toll. Maybe four years is a little too much recovery time but being thrown back into the spot light might break her.

    5. Sweet RomanceI loved the plot, but I really didn't love the characters. It might just be because famous people and politicians are people I'm not in the least bit interested in. I loved Mandy, probably because I'm a teacher too. I loved the epilogue too!

    6. Cute story.I like that this novel is about thirty-something year olds. It’s nice to read about adults. The characters are complex and real in this story. I can’t believe how many emotions they go through. The main character, Alison sure does over think things. She has a lot of baggage. I think the author nailed the damaged and reluctant character well. I liked Dale a lot, but one thing kept throwing me with him. Ever since the beginning of the novel, when he was disguised with a mullet, I co [...]

    7. FunnyFunny! I really enjoyed this book, and really, really loved the dual perspectives. Both were individual voices, and I liked to see both of them face their challenges as adults. A very interesting situation, well written by the author. I laughed quite a few times, and highly recommend the book to anyone who likes romance that is clean and fun. Some kissing, but nothing else, referred to or otherwise.

    8. I don’t know if I would read this one again but if it was on audible I would buy that too so I felt it earned the 5 stars. I love a look that can make me laugh at the same time can deliver a good romance and stay clean! A good one!

    9. ☺☺☺☺☺There's a sweet and clean romance here. There are also thoughts on fame , desired or not, and it's costs, as well seeking redemption and facing your fears. An enjoyable read with engaging characters.

    10. Fun, easy read which doesn't require a lot of thought to enjoy Perfect as a travel read as story can be put down and picked up again without losing all idea of the plot.

    11. Great read. Fast-paced. Really enjoyed it. Clean read and suitable for all ages. Highly recommended. Will be reading more works by this author.

    12. Loved it!! This was a wonderful book that I thoroughly enjoyed. It was a unique spin on reality dating with solid characters that were unique and relatable. Sweet, clean, loved it!

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