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Review: Match This by MJ Fields


Blurb: 

Kat's a take no sh*t kind of girl, but when her mother forces her to start online dating with her, she's taken off guard. The tables turn and now Kat has the opportunity to dish out unsolicited advice of her own. The ever-unsociable Kat, puts herself out there knowing no man in their right mind will ask her out. 

Little does she know the world has changed. The constant connection has caused a disconnect, and while hiding behind a screen most men hold nothing back. 

Will Kat be able to get her mother to stop being a behind the scenes text whore, or will she get dragged into the craze that is sweeping the nation?
 



Have you ever had a girl crush? Well, I found mine while reading this book. I definitely want to be like Kat when I grow up and I want to date her man. Yes, this is a 2 for 1.
Kat is independent, practical, irreverent, doesn’t like people and, most important, you better be prepared, because she doesn’t take sh*t from anyone! She’s also talented, hard worker and a loyal friend which makes her interesting as hell.
When her overbearing mother shows up unexpectedly for an extended stay, Kat’s world is turned upside down and we follow the developments of their strained relationship one hilarious setting after another including our very antisocial heroine joining the same dating website as her Mom-ster. That, combined with nosey friends and a very sexy coworker, is the recipe for all kinds of fun inducing situations.
Match This! is definitely a hit. It’s a short read, nicely paced, full of comedic language and situations, with strong characters that will make you laugh even during the raunchiest parts of the book. I loved every word that came out of Kat’s and Ricco’s mouths, their personalities, the sizzling chemistry between them and EVERY.SINGLE.FLIP.OF.THE.FINGER.

4.5 Book Corner Stars 

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