No Match for Love, Box Set - Volume Two: Strike a Match, Meet Your Match, Mistletoe Match
- Narrated by: Tiffany Williams
- Series: No Match for Love, Book 0.5, 4-5
- Length: 8 hrs and 51 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 12-05-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Snowflake Press
- Whispersync for Voice-ready
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Out of the ashes she might find true love. When Kate's husband dies in a fire, she doesn't expect to fall for Taylor, the handsome firefighter who gives her the news. But past relationship fears and old habits threaten to tear them apart before they've even begun. Can the ashes of their pasts hold their happily ever after? Melt into this sizzling romance today!
Meet Your Match
Nothing slows love down like the friend zone. Brooke's convinced all boys are trouble. Luke's a player who loves the thrill of the chase. Can a set of crazy rules keep these two safely in the friend zone? Enjoy this witty and fast-paced romance today!
A kiss shouldn't be this complicated. When animal rights activist Michelle kisses a mystery man underneath the mistletoe at a holiday party, she's horrified to realize he's the new marketing director of the pharmaceutical company she's trying to destroy due to their nasty habit of animal testing. Can one impulsive kiss be the foundation for a happily ever after? Curl up with this delicious holiday romance today!
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By Betababe on 01-20-18
More Is Better!
~~~My Original Review~~~
I read and enjoyed these books individually as they came out. If you've been to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and enjoyed Fisher's Popcorn, you will understand when I say more is better! This entire series is a hoot--lighthearted, sweet and fun, with the exactly right HEA (Happily Ever After) for each tale.
~~~SUPPLEMENT (After hearing the AUDIO version)~~~
I had forgotten how varied and rich is Ms Armstrong's imagination. Each of these plots is strong in a different way and presents really serious issues (spousal abuse--you don't have to be beaten with a fist--a voice can be just as deadly; severe allergies; substance abuse; divorce; high school relationships; animal testing; conflicts of interest/ethics) without dragging you into the doldrums. Her delicate touch brings many of these issues under scrutiny, offering insights almost in passing as she focuses on creating as romantic a love story as "Cinderella" (ooh, look at all the issues that one plays with!) in a reality-based context. By which I mean actual real life as opposed to scripted over-the-top drama. And the vocalization offered by narrator Tiffany Williams simply enhances the stories.