One man down. Four to go.
Claire might have thought that having one less man to deal with in the reality show Matchmaker would have made her life easier, but she was wrong. As they all get to know each other better, Claire discovers that being compatible with each man doesn’t make him an ideal mate. And, as they make their way through another week of dates, Claire finds that one of them doesn’t even want to be there…
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So this one starts with the elimination and we get a whole new set of dates. I wonder how having one of the guys leaving would change the dynamics between the guys and even with Claire. This one started out with my heart in my throat. I’m telling you it is intense. Then the games begin now last time it was a physical challenge this time it was a mental challenge.
We get to see more of the guys personalities but at the same time we only see what Claire sees. I think there are things the guys are hiding from Claire. These guys I’m telling you they bend the rules and sometimes take it too far to get what they want. The dates that stand out the most to me were Darius and Grayson’s dates not because of where the guys took Claire but because they took time to talk and get to know more about Claire. There were some great dates and then there were some just OK dates.
Some rules were changed and some rules were bent a bit we got to see how each guy reached to things that occurred on their dates. Some handle things better than others. I’m seeing the ones that are all about Claire and who are all about themselves. I am cheering for Grayson and Darius to go to final two. These two always stand out to me and I really want to get to more about them. Now we have to wait to see who is the next one to go and what will be in store for Claire next.
“Nobody puts Baby in a corner.” While you’re more likely to see Jade headbanging than Dirty Dancing, she–like Baby–won’t be put in a corner…or a box. So even though you can’t really stick her books in one genre, you could say she mostly writes steamy Contemporary Romance–and, while you’re at it, you’ll notice in her stories that Jade freaking loves Colorado, hard music, coffee, bad words, and CHOCOLATE!!! And so do her characters.
Oh, and there’s always a glimmer of hope…because if life doesn’t have that, what’s the damn point?