Can one woman possibly fall in love with more than one man at a time?
My name is Claire Seaburg and I’m an aspiring actress. You haven’t heard of me yet? Just wait. You will soon. You see, I’m in the third week of the new reality television show Matchmaker. It’s getting tough, because we’re down to three men—and I’m afraid I’m falling in love with them all. Will the man I end up with truly be the right one for me?
Or will I wind up in hell with the wrong guy?
Watch me as we get one week closer—and I do a few naughty things I just might regret…
I received this book from the author for an honest review.
Well we find out who got cut and I’m floored I thought he would go to the final two. We also hand on to see if one of the guys may decide to stay or go home.
There are more dates with mini dates, although I kinda felt bad for our Claire. Poor thing hardly had time to eat while trying to field all the questions. Each man is showing different sides of them trying to win over Claire or maybe the audience since they are the deciding factor.
I have to say one guy stands out to me but every once in a while I find myself questioning him. However, there is another that is coming in as a strong second. If keep having doubts about guy one I may jump ship and go with guy 2. I would love to be able to see what the audience sees in the confessionals and when Claire is not with the guys. Maybe it would make me understand the reason why they are voting the way they are. I’m ready to find out who will make it to the final two and ultimately who the audience will pick as her perfect match.
“Nobody puts Baby in a corner.” While you’re more likely to see Jade headbanging instead of 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?