Thursday, December 29, 2011

Review: Heartstrings and Diamond Rings by Jane Graves

Heartstrings and Diamond Rings
Jane Graves
Publisher: Forever
Published: October 1, 2011
Kindle {p.448}
Source: Publisher/Net Galley
Genre: Contemporary
Alison Carter, Brandon Scott
Challenge: 100+
Buy the Book: Amazon

HE'S THE MAN OF HER DREAMS . . .

In a world full of frogs, Alison Carter is determined to find her prince. Maybe her dating past is more Titanic than Love Boat, but she's seen enough happy marriages to know that true love is possible. No matter what, she won't give up on happily-ever-after. If she can't find Mr. Right, she'll simply hire someone who can.

SHE JUST DOESN'T KNOW IT YET

When Brandon Scott inherits a successful matchmaking business, he thinks his prayers have been answered. Set up a few lonely ladies, collect the fee, how hard can it be? No one needs to know he's not really a professional matchmaker-especially not his first client, the beautiful, spirited Alison. Soon he's falling for her-and her dreams of kids and carpools. But Alison is getting close to figuring out his secret, and if she learns he's deceived her too, she'll walk right out the door, taking Brandon's heart with her.
Alison has had a lot of bad luck when it comes to dating. Since she’s getting older and wants to eventually get married and have children, she turns to a professional matchmaker. Only he’s no professional.

I found this book to offer a lot of good laughs and a cute love match between Alison and Brandon. All the men Alison was matched with offered a great deal of entertainment. I even loved the secondary romance of Alison’s father.

Both Alison and Brandon were likable characters, but the romance between them was a very slow starter. Their romance took place really late in the book. Even though, that does not stop you from becoming engaged in their story and the outcome of Alison’s hunt for a husband.
Book Obsessed

2 comments:

Nerd Girls said...[Reply]

This sounds like a quick and cute read. :) It also sounds a bit like a Marian Keyes book, who I love, so I may have to read this book. Great review!


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Rita Webb said...[Reply]

Sounds cute.

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