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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Sweet Matchmaker by Jean Oram

Setting: North Carolina
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Oram Productions
Author: Jean Oram
Release Date: May 23, 2017



Ginger McGinty is in a tough spot. As a bridal shop owner, she's great at matchmaking, but she's lousy at finding her own true love. She's in North Carolina on business, but the event she wants to get into is for couples only. To promote her business, she needs to find a fiance fast.

Logan Stone is a spy, but he cannot let it slip to anyone. When he bumps into Ginger, he's instantly taken by her beauty and personality. Better, she needs a fiance to get into the same event he needs access to. It seems like the perfect match.

Soon, Logan realizes that he's falling hard for Ginger. He can't tell her why he's really in town. He also doesn't want to let on that he is the primary caregiver for a teen sister who has down syndrome. His future could ride on how well he completes this latest mission, but Ginger is making it harder each and every second.

Sweet Matchmaker is short and satisfying. I've been in a dreary mood no thanks to the weather. Winter doesn't want to go away, and it's evident by the repeat days of snow and ice. Jean Oram's book let me at least experience some warm weather, even if it was for a couple hours in a fictional story.

I liked the characters and loved the setting. While the story is short, it left me hoping I'll get to see far more of Ginger and Logan in the future. This is part of a series that is building up Jean Oram's Veils and Vows romance series. I hope I'll get to see more of them then!


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