Match Me if You Can
Series: No Match for Love #6
Publication Date April 13, 2018
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: California Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
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Football star Wyatt James messed with the wrong quarterback, and now he’s paying the price. After falling for the same girl, Wyatt ends up blamed for a career-ending move that gets him traded from his dream team to the b-list Los Angeles Coyotes. Now he’s starting over in a new state while praying the scandal doesn’t get picked up by the press. With his life in total upheaval, he’s only certain of one thing—he’s never falling in love again.
When Tamera discovers her boyfriend and sister’s secret affair, her heartbreak propels her to reality TV star fame. Now she’s got a big-time Hollywood talent agent, famous quarterback best friend, and a determination to never again let a man derail her life. Without a relationship weighing her down, it’s only a matter of time before her acting career takes off and she can quit selling houses to pay the bills.
When Tamera unexpectedly ends up as Wyatt’s real estate agent, sparks fly—until they find out her best friend and his nemesis are the same guy. As things heat up in the press, vicious lies spread like wildfire and neither is sure what to believe. Can their hearts heal enough from past hurts to trust in a future together?
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The No Match for Love series follows the matchmakers and clients of Toujour on their journeys to love. Each story can be read as a stand-alone, so start with whichever book catches your interest the most!
Current books in the series: Miss Match Not Your Match Mix 'N Match Strike a Match Meet Your Match Mistletoe Match Match Me If You Can
I would like to thank Lindzee Armstrong for giving me a copy of this book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Also in this series: Mix 'n Match, Match Me by Christmas, Never Say Match, Match Me Again
I laughed at the irony that the previous book I read had main characters named Kate and Drew, and Match Me If You Can has secondary characters with those names (well, Katie and Drew) – only the ones here were bad. Not that it has anything to do with anything other than the many coincidences like this that I experience in what I read.
It was no surprise that the characters of Match Me If You Can by Lindzee Armstrong were well developed and very interesting, not to mention complex. I have read all of her books and have found that she does a great job of writing lovable, relate-able characters with witty dialog and interesting plots.
Tamera was an aspiring actress who had done a stint on a reality TV show and was slightly addicted to social media. Though she was crushed by her younger sister who had not only stolen her boyfriend but her dream wedding as well, she still managed to show her kindness and concern
Similarly, Wyatt was cheated on, and he did not retaliate either. In fact, that was the reason he was traded to the California football team. I know that sounds strange, but you’ll have to read the story to see why. I really liked Wyatt. He had such integrity in his relationships, his job, even towards his “enemy”. Being slightly insecure and clueless made him even more fun.
Luke and Brooke made a cameo appearance in this story, as did several other characters from this series. There were a few unresolved plot elements which I hope means there will be a new book in the series about some of the characters in this one. Don’t think this means the ending was incomplete or unsatisfactory, because then you would be wrong. Each of the books in the No Match for Love series does stand alone but also builds on the characters from the other books.