{Review} Perfect Match by Hailey North

{Review} Perfect Match by Hailey NorthPerfect Match by Hailey North
Also by this author: Dear Love Doctor
Published by Avon Books on August 1, 2000
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 388
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While Not Looking For Mr. Right...

Although she vows that she's locked her heart and thrown away the key, ravishing red-headed Lauren Stevens suddenly has several men vying to prove her wrong—and to win the right to set free her passionate self. Button-down banker Oliver Gotho seems like a good candidate, but it's Oliver's sexy brother Alistair who has invited the beautiful, penniless free spirit to share his living space—temporarily, of course. She thinks she should encourage the successful businessman brother, yet is it Alistair with the oh-so-sensual magic touch who holds the key to her happiness?

Has She Found Her Perfect Match?

Sexy, wise, and charismatic, Alistair has offered Lauren a place to stay out of the goodness of his heart—and certainly not because of her gorgeous eyes, luscious lips and enchanting body. Lauren may entrance him, but it's time for him to find a sensible woman to take to wife. And Lauren, with her penchant for peccadilloes, spells nothing but trouble. But spring is in the balmy New Orleans air, and so is love, as both Lauren and Alistair discover that the heart-pounding perfect match isn't always the one knocking at the door...

Erin: If you’re looking for a light-hearted somewhat comedic look at love, then look no further than Perfect Match by Hailey North. This is a rerelease of the original written in 2000, but it’s still fun and sweet.

Lauren and Allistair were pretty perfect together. Lauren is quirky and sassy and with her red hair, she was really engaging. I liked her a lot. Allistair and his brother Oliver were different, but no less enjoyable. I liked the multi-character points of view North used throughout the book and thought it served the story line very well. There were a few times the jumping around got a tad confusing, but overall it worked well.

I’ll admit there were places where Lauren’s back and forth regarding the brothers got annoying and Oliver isn’t quite as likeable character as Allistair. And Lauren’s low self-esteem even though she’s gorgeous and deciding between two men got a little old.

This was cute, fast, entertaining read and I recommend it to anyone looking for something to escape into for a few hours. You won’t be sorry.

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