Series: Mr. Match #4
the formula for love. So why is he still single?
couples have found love thanks to me, that was never really the point. The one
guy I most wanted to match?
Diego finds out exactly who I am. And then the questions will begin. Why
hasn’t Mr. Match found his match?
into question all the matches I’ve made so far. It’s time to step away.
business, I’m starting to wonder if love really is as easy as a mathematical
formula. Because Tatum Archer does something to me that defies logic and
confounds reason. I feel feelings for her, even though the algorithm says I
well, okay, that wasn’t part of the plan, but Charlie is my sidekick now and
I’m okay with that.
business sounds like just the kind of challenge I thrive on. I just
didn’t expect Mr. Match himself to be quite so…
temporarily, it makes perfect sense from a business perspective. But getting
involved with a client would be the end of everything I’d spent years building.
dog, Charlie? Not that he’s thinking about Charlie romantically, of course. But
the dog is part of a package deal. And maybe he’s thinking about Tatum a little
The final book in the Mr. Match series sees Mr. Match finally find his own
match! Don’t miss the laughs in this hilarious series finale!
I’ve loved the entire Mr Match series, and this one was the perfect wrap up. Max, Mr Match himself, has brought together thousands of happy couples, including his sister and some of his closest friends. He hasn’t been able to match himself, however. and resigns himself to being an emo unicorn with guyliner (you’ll understand when you read it). Tatum is the venture capital analyst sent by her company to assist Max with the potential sale of the company when he wants to keep his secret intact. Who would trust a matchmaking company whose founder can’t match himself?
The two are drawn to each other from the beginning, but Tatum is worried about her professional reputation. She loves her job and is being groomed for a promotion and does not want to jeopardize that. Max doesn’t trust feelings and emotions over the math.
I loved reading this book. And as always, big dogs make everything better and this one has a giant lovable teddy bear of a dog to love! Max is so analytical and I loved seeing him struggle with trusting his heart. Tatum struggled with following her heart, and let her head and career get in the way of too many things. Cat, Max’s sister, played a big role in this book and she was so much fun. I love their relationship.
There was only one thing missing from the end of this book: Did Tatum apologize to Rose and make up?? I was looking forward to that conversation and a little disappointed it wasn’t there. But that wasn’t part of the main story so I can overlook it.
Even if you haven’t read the rest of this series (and they’re free with Kindle Unlimited so what’s stopping you??) this book will be enjoyable. All four books are standalones.
tweaked the math multiple times over the years, and tons of happy couples all
around San Diego, Los Angeles, and now Arizona, had benefited. But I had not.
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