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His Personal Relationship Manager

About the book: Kenadie Marshall has suffered the most public of humiliations, being left at the altar. Instead of wallowing in her misery, she makes it her mission to help others find true and lasting love, all while swearing off relationships for good. Between the software application she developed and a team of relationship managers, her brainchild, Binary Search, has an uncanny knack for choosing the perfect match almost every time.

Attractive and loveable Jason Hadley is taken with Kenadie Marshall from their first meeting. Determined to win her over, he does anything and everything he can think of, even if it means using her firm’s service and dating other women to stay close to her.

Will Kenadie realize she’s met her match before it’s too late? Or will Jason’s ploy go too far? Find out in His Personal Relationship Manager, a romantic comedy with an epic battle of wills.

My review: I LOVE Jennifer Peel's books! She is really a master at writing beautiful love stories that you want to kind of burrow your way inside and live there forever! This book is no exception.

I love her characters, Kenadie is adorable. She's working hard to keep herself away from any and all dating for herself while providing a service that is amazing at helping others find the person they should marry. She and her best friend Zander are the best in the business. But while her professional life is amazing, her private life is boring at best. She spends every night at home exercising and Fridays she goes with her Momma's friends to the gym. Her Momma is of the opinion that it's time for Kenadie to settle down and give her grandkids and she's so vocal about it that it made me laugh out loud.

Jason is Zander's friend who all of a sudden is getting thrown into Kenadie's space all of the time. Zander talks Kenadie into using their firm's dating service and through some crazy happenstance Kenadie ends up being his personal relationship manager with no visible way out of it. Setting her up for going on a date or two with him without even knowing it. Jason is a super nice guy, I love the way that he's always a gentleman and trying to do nice things for Kenadie even when she's sending him mixed signals.

And did I mention that with each of Jennifer Peel's books I want to visit Georgia more and more. I love the way that she describes the state and the people. 


The plot of this one is super cute! I love the way that Zander is trying to get Kenadie to go with Jason while seeming like he's not. This is a book that you won't want to put down! And then you'll want to read all of Jennifer Peel's books! You'd better get started.

This book, like all of Jennifer Peel's books, is clean plot-wise. There are a couple of mild swear words but that's pretty much it.

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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