Tuesday, November 5, 2013

(88)The Perfect Match by Kristin Higgans

The Perfect Match

Pages: 384
Publication date: October 29, 2013


After her yearly visit to her gyno, thirty-five year old Honor Holland decides that her biological clock is ticking rather loudly. There is a problem though, in reality Honor is "married" to her job at the family winery.  There is a man in her life though, her old school friend, Brogan. She has been in love with him for longer than she can remember, but for Brogan it has been more of a "friends with benefits" kind of relationship.   Honor is desperate to start a family and decides that it is time for them to take their relationship to the next level.  Unfortunately her heart is shattered when she finds out that her best friend has been dating Brogan behind her back.   Honor has about had it with love and men in general after that, but when she hears that the extremely handsome professor, Tom Barlow, is in need of a green card she decides that a marriage of convenience just may be the way to go.  What she doesn't expect is to fall in love with his stepson, too.  Or her family to fall in love with Tom.   Is this match truly "The Perfect Match" or is Honor rushing into something that will ruin her life?

I just love Kristan Higgins and her books.  If you like her Facebook page you will find that she is funny, current, relevant, and has a great eye for men.  All of which translates to her characters.  Honor Holland may be a bit stuffy at first,  but as the book goes on you will find that Tom's British influence on her is a good one.  The chemistry between Tom and Honor is unmistakable and even I found myself melting during a certain scene with Tom and Spike, the dog. Many a time I found myself laughing out loud and I even found myself cheering during certain scene between Honor and her alleged best friend.  The end was perfect without being too cutesy, it wasn't forced and felt real.

Bottom line, if you are looking for a fun and fluffy ready, you have GOT to grab a Kristan Higgins book.  I know I have told you before, so I am curious, have any of you read a Kristan Higgins novel yet?

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