One woman. Four weeks. Five men.
Just one chance.
After years of putting love on the back burner and struggling to break into Hollywood as an actress, Claire jumps on an opportunity to do both—by accepting the chance to be the pursued woman in a reality television show called Matchmaker.
Choosing among five men hand-picked specifically for her should be easy, but by the time she discovers that not all of the men are ideal, it’s too late. And when Claire attempts to salvage the situation, she’s met with the harsh reality that she doesn’t have a choice after all…
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Ok so I have to admit I’m not in to the whole reality TV thing. My husband on the other hand is and I usually read when his shows are on. I will say Jade hooked me on this one. We are tossed in with the first challenge then one on one dates. The sexual tension is very high in this one.
Claire wants to find love and thinks she will be able to find it in one of these five men. Get to know each one figure out who is not a match with you and narrow it down to one guy. Easy peasy right…uh not really.
We get to meet the guys on her one on one lunch dates. These guys personalities are all so different but the show states they are all compatible mates for Claire. All the guys have to abide by certain rules but as we all know rules are meant to be bent and sometime broken.
The guys personalities really come out on their one on one dates. I have to say I have already stereotyped them. I know who I love, who I dislike, and yes even what order I want to see them go off. But wait there is a twist at the end….SAY WHAT!!…yeap we find out who gets to decide which guys goes home and which ones stay. Let’s just say I was sitting here saying NO WAY. I am so ready for book 2 I need to know who will be the first one booted off the show. I know who I want it to be but my gut tells me it will be someone else.
“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?