REVIEW: Match Me If you Can by Michele Gorman

Posted February 28th, 2016 by in Blog, Category Romance, Review / 6 comments

Match-Me-If-you-canMatch Me If you Can by Michele Gorman revolves around three best friends who share a house together and partake on a mission to find love. Lucky, one of the best friends, Catherine, is a matchmaker. Catherine and her ex-husband run Recyclove, where you two former couples join up, give each other an assessment of the other person, and then they are able to have access to the other members on the dating site.

The characters are humorous, realistic and refreshing. Catherine, Sarah and Rachel learn so much about themselves and readers get to watch them grow as individuals. I really liked the fact that each of the three ladies were successful in their own right, but needed a little help in the dating department. For one of the friends, she just needed to see what was right in front of her.

I really enjoyed the storyline and thought it was unique and fun with a new twist on dating. The author did a great job, not only with the dialogue between the characters, but with the depth of the friendships and their experiences, as well. I happy to report all three friends will be successful in their journey, but it takes a little bit to get them there.

If you are a fan of chick-lit and recycling your ex sounds like a great plan, definitely grab Match Me If you Can!

Book Info:

4SJanuary 14th, 2016 | Avon |

Ever thought about recycling your ex?

Best friends Catherine, Rachel & Sarah are fun, smart, successful and single – just like millions of women with a low tolerance for idiocy in their dates.

Mr. Right hasn’t turned up yet, and Mr Right-Now isn’t worth booking a wax appointment for. So when Catherine, London’s finest matchmaker, gets Rachel and Sarah to join her dating site where they can recycle their ex-boyfriends in exchange for an upgrade, they soon realise that anything could happen . . .

Three best friends, proving that sometimes it really isn’t you… it’s him



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