Monica has the ability to see a guy’s aura light up the first time he touches his soul mate, but she’s kept it a secret since her parents shamed her as a child. Still, she decides to start her own matchmaking company—even if she doesn’t advertise her unique ability. Business is so-so until she gets a call to find matches for the singles of the small town of Perry Grove. She’s not looking for love herself but has an immediate attraction to one of her clients. Too bad another woman lit up his aura.
Hunky dairy farmer Jeremiah wants nothing to do with his grandpa’s hare-brained matchmaking scheme but agrees to play along to appease the man who raised him. But when he meets the sexy matchmaker, he starts to rethink his single status. Too bad she’s intent on pairing him up with another woman. If there’s one thing he knows, though, it’s how to be stubborn.
As a matchmaker, it’s Monica Morgan’s job to find her client’s soulmate. Part of her process involves being present during the initial meeting of the potential matches. She has the secret ability to see a person’s aura light up at true love’s first touch. So, when Monica sees Jeremiah Thompson’s aura light up from the touch of another woman, she knows the hunky dairy farmer is off limits.
It doesn’t matter that she is attracted to him. It doesn’t matter that he wants her. Monica knows he is a client who had a match with someone else.
What’s a girl to do?
Monica’s Match was a cute, fun read. As a Michigan resident (although from the other side of the state) I loved the references to Grand Rapids and Frederick Meijer Garden. I’m glad Monica learned to trust the people who cared about her with her secret.
Jeremiah really had to work hard to get Monica to see that sometimes, first impressions can be wrong…and a true match sometimes needs a little nudge.
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