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Not Your Match (No Match for Love)

About the book: Andi doesn't believe in matchmaking. But when her best friend buys her a subscription to Toujour, a professional matchmaking service, she agrees to give it a try. She's matched with a celebrity client, but he can't make her heart flutter or her limbs turn to mush the way Ben, her best friend's brother, can with a simple smile. When Ben's fiancee calls off their wedding-for the third time-he flees to Los Angeles, desperate for a new beginning. He moves in across the hall from Andi, his his high school ballroom dance partner and his sister's best friend. Despite nursing a broken heart, his long-forgotten crush flares to life. He's just beginning to believe he can move past his breakup, and maybe even ask Andi out, when his ex-fiancee shows up on New Year's Eve, determined to win him back. Dating the wrong people has convinced both Ben and Andi that what they really want is each other. All that's standing in their way is a fake boyfriend, a jealous ex-fiancee, and being afraid to risk their hearts." 

My review: I've been enjoying reading these books! I love the way they kind of all go together to form the whole picture of not only Luke and Brooke's story but all of the women that Luke ends up matched with and dating. So. Much. Fun!

I loved Andi in this one, she's doing her best as a lawyer working at her dad's firm, but working on pre-nups and divorces is really taking it's toll on her love life. She's not even sure that marriage is going to work for her anymore. I liked that she was willing to admit this to her dad and really try to figure out a way around it. I also liked that she runs into Ben again.

Ben was Andi's high school ballroom dance partner. He's been through a rough time dealing with his fiance, but she's left him. And he's done this time...for reals. I loved the way that Ben is so loyal, even though his fiance has left him before, they keep getting back together. I loved the way you see how he cared for her through his eyes. But, at the same time, I loved that he knew when it was time to be done and move on. He was an amazing character.

I loved the plot of this one, it's cute, fun and clean. I loved the dancing parts, I loved the Luke and Andi parts, I loved the Ben and Andi parts and the ending is awesome! Don't miss this whole great series!

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

Purchase link: Amazon

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