Review: Wish Upon a Matchmaker by Marie Ferrarella

Posted April 15th, 2013 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Review, Special Edition. / 4 comments

This book ended up being so much better than I anticipated!  Wish Upon a Matchmaker by Marie Ferrarella is a great, feel good story.  The book is extremely well written and flows effortlessly from beginning to end.

WUAMWish Upon a Matchmaker is about Ginny, a precocious four year old girl that desperately wants a Mommy for her widowed father.  She enlists the help of the local realtor, who is also known to be a successful and discreet matchmaker .  Stone, Ginny’s dad, is a general contractor that ends up renovating the home of Danni, a local celebrity chef.  Both Stone and Danni are longing for love and happiness while working through past sadness.

The storyline was realistic and romantic. However, I found the premise of Stone renovating the house almost entirely by himself, without a crew, hard to believe.  On the emotional side, the author brought tears to my eyes when Danni spoke about the sadness in her life.

I will definitely read another book from Marie Ferrarella.


Book Info

Harlequin JunkiePublication Date: May 21, 2013 | Series: Harlequin Special Edition (Book 2264)
Three-foot MatchmakerGinny Scarborough has picked out her new mommy— Danni Everett, the local celebrity chef who hired Ginny’s widowed father, Stone, to renovate her house. And Danni couldn’t deny the immediate zing she felt for the handsome, green-eyed contractor…even if they were brought together by a precocious four-year-old. So why was Stone holding back when everything between them felt so right?Stone’s heart had been, well, stone-cold for far too long…that is, until he met the beautiful and bubbly chef. Still, Danni was part of a world where Stone and his little girl didn’t belong—better to move on than risk the pain of losing love again.With two stubborn adults to contend with, could little Cupid still make her dreams of a family come true?

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