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The Organized Bride

About the book: Early on, Pamela Jones realized she had an unusual talent for putting two people together. Over the years, she's turned it into a successful matchmaking service for the ultra-wealthy: Billionaire Marriage Brokers. While she specializes in "business" marriages--paring people off because of their skills, education, or training--she can spot a potential love match a mile away. When Pamela has a "good feeling" about a bride and groom a business marriage can become so much more. 

MaKayla thought taking a job as an event planner for a high-end hotel would be a wonderful lead into opening her own events business. However, a one year no-contact clause leaves her clientless if she quits. With nowhere to go, she is intrigued with Pamela's offer for a one-year contract running charities and overseeing contributions--until she finds out that to take her dream job, she also has to take Gabe...for better or worse. 

My review: I'm loving everything about this series! I love the plot, the characters and how the endings work out. This one's about MaKayla, she's working as an event planner at a hotel, but the problem is that she is stuck planning there. Instead of being able to take contacts that she's gained from the hotel to a business that she wants to start, there's a clause in her contract forbidding that for a year, making her completely unable to move on. She meets Pamela at one of her events and is interested in being able to work for her for a year. She doesn't quite realize just in what capacity she'd be working.

Gabe is head of his own business and trying to fund several charities at the same time. He needs someone to help him, but because of being burned by a former girlfriend working in that capacity, he's unwilling to try out someone new. Pamela convinces him that his best bet is to be married to whoever he has working over his charities. He only hopes that she's right and that things won't go badly.

Such a cute, clean romance and story. I loved that in this one, there was kind of a romance going in the background too. Make sure to grab this fun book, you won't want to put it down!

I purchased this book from Amazon.

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