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Four Chambers

About the book: From the Power of the Matchmaker series:

Every time Andra Stone crosses paths with Everett Covington, trouble follows. First she loses her scholarship. Then she loses the apartment she’d wanted more than anything. But tragedy hits hardest when she loses her grandmother—the best friend Andra has ever known. She determines that Everett is a talisman of ill fortune. When Everett comes to work in her hospital and is applying for the same position she’d been working toward since residency, Andra believes him to be her personal poltergeist.

The human heart has four chambers—four chances to get it right. Andra has only one chance left.

My review: I've been enjoying reading these great Power of the Matchmaker books this year! I have loved reading them and I think that it's very fun that it doesn't matter what order you read them in. 

I loved Andra in this book. I loved the way she is such a strong character. Her family is pretty much against her becoming a doctor, but she is willing to work super hard to be able to do it and to prove them wrong. I really loved the first scene where she's painting her ex's truck. I love the spunk it took for her to do it, and I love how she owned up to it and took responsibility for what she had done, even though it meant losing her scholarship. 

And Everett, I loved the way he's always looking out for Andra, always doing things for her, like helping her clean the spray paint off the truck, teaching her to have fun and all kinds of little things that just show how much he cares for her. 

Miss Pearl was really cute in this one, I loved the way she had Andra and Everett interacting with each other and I loved how at the end it seemed as though she wasn't sure the two were ever going to get it right and be together. 

This is a cute book and a great addition to the Power of the Matchmaker series.

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

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