Statistically Improbable

About the book: Two professional matchmakers. One fake relationship. He's a playboy. She's a good girl. What could possibly go wrong?

According to Binary Search's matchmaking service, Meg and Zander's odds of ever having a successful relationship are statistically improbable. Meg has run the numbers and knows the probability, but for some reason she can't quit thinking about her coworker, Zander--the self-proclaimed eternal bachelor. 

To make matters more interesting, Zander approaches her with an unusual proposition. He's in need of a pretend girlfriend. Meg thinks this could be the answer to get him out of her system, and maybe knock the arrogant man down a few notches in the process. But what she doesn't realize is there is more to this man, something he carefully hides behind his arrogant exterior. And when her feelings begin to be anything but pretend, she knows the odds of getting hurt are more than probable. 

Will they let the odds over come them, or will they find that all the reasons they are wrong for each other are exactly what make them a perfect fit? 

My review: I really enjoy the way this author writes! She writes great characters with chemistry, I love her plots and I love the love stories between her characters, she's pretty much got it all.

This one is great! I really loved Meg. I love the way she's doing her best at her job, she runs numbers of whether couples are compatible all day every day. It's no surprise that she's run her own with her crush Zander, a co-worker no less. I loved the way that she knows there is no way they could ever work, but that doesn't stop her from dreaming that they could. So when Zander asks her to be his fake girlfriend, she's thrilled but a little hesitant. I love the way she's constantly putting Zander in his place, she won't put up with even a little of his garbage, and she's one of the few women that are that way for him.

I liked Zander too. This one is all from Meg's point of view, so you see how she sees things. The way she sees things is that Zander is a bad boy playboy, but I'm not sure that's exactly accurate. I really loved the way he went way out of his way for her when she went home for Christmas. He really went through some crazy stuff for her. But I can't say that I liked him through the whole book. There were plenty of times that he seemed like he was a jerk.

There was some interesting relationship stuff going on with Meg's family. Her dad pretty much insisted she leave Wyoming and never come back, not because he doesn't care for her, quite the opposite actually. But I found the parts where she was around her family interesting because they were rare. I love that she found a "new family" in Georgia. It was so fun seeing Meg's boss, Kennadie's, family again. I loved them in His Personal Relationship Manager, and I was excited to see them again in this one!

I loved this romance, I didn't want to put it down!

I got a copy of this one from Amazon when it was free.

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