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Too bad it paired his childhood sweetheart with his worst enemy.
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By Samantha Lieberman on 07-08-18
A Great New Lisa Lace Book
Mismatched hit me by surprise, the story was different than other's that I had read by Lisa Lace. She took one of the boring love a billionaire books and create a wonderful story of reunion, and the endurance of love through everything.
Lily and Ethan were childhood sweethearts. Then Ethan leaves without even a Dear John, letter. Lily moves on with her life but never forgets her highschool sweethearts. Through time Lily grows in her artwork, in her life in her little town in Arizona.
Ethan Steele, owner and creator of a multi-billion dollar security systems firm, has found that there is sometimes trouble when your past is put into your face again. A new dating app has been created by Steele Industries claiming it can match you with your perfect someone.
Vincent Oswald, owner and creator of Oswald Industries, a competitor to Steele Inudstires, is determined to ruin Ethan Steele. He uses Ethan's matchmaking app to match himself with a girl from Arizona named Lily.
What will Lily do? Will she see Ethan or will he stay out of the picture? Will Vincent love her or is he playing with her? Grab a copy and you can learn all the answers. I would suggest this book to anyone interested in a good Lisa Lace, or even a good love story with some steamy scenes.
By Donna Wiebe on 07-06-18
Did the dating app make a mistake? You wonder!
A great topic for a good contemporary Romance. Filling out profiles to help you find a perfect romantic partner is definitely what a person is supposed to do to nowadays. But, does the old-fashioned way of just knowing someone from the past work? The author set out a very interesting premise as the storyline for this book. I enjoyed it but would have liked it better, if there were a few more details about the feelings of the characters and the work that was necessary to develop the relationship. I guess, I wished the story was a bit longer because I really liked the topic. The other thing, I really enjoyed was the male narrator voice. Definitely, a great pick for the story.