I especially liked the way they interacted with each other. It had some funny parts that I especially liked. I had to buy this copy because my sister's copy had been duct taped together from being read so many times!
This was a fun and inspirational read. I was really shocked that something that had me looking up Bible references would also have me laughing so hard. This deals with God's sovereignty in am impactful yet easy way. I'd recommend this for ages 15+ -- Christians & those looking for meaning (or just a little fun).
Photographer, friend, sister, and now match maker. Lauren Holbrook understands God has matrimonial plans for some singles. Her belief is that the good Lord doesnt mind her helping out. After all, she slightly pushed her sister and new brother-in-law together. In six months, maybe, seven shell have successfully brought together another couple. Laurie would happily meddle in more singles lives if Brandon would stay out of it. He has been her best friend since second grade, and he talked about the someday marriage becoming less and less on the someday part. Laurie doesnt want to get married. She doesnt want Brandon too either. Because once he finds a girlfriend, she wont like Brandon and Laurie being so close. Hannah, the new secretary, might be the perfect match for him Laurie is seeing a dearly beloved possibility. Her own life takes a romantic spin when she agrees to fake date Construction Sam and could she possibly be falling for him? No, that cant be possible. The weird feeling shes having must be from the bad food at Halias. I couldnt put it down, and I couldnt stop smiling. Its a chick-flick movie written out. Im not ashamed to say I finished it within twenty-four hours. (Check out more of my reviews under TEEN REVIEWS at www.christianromancemagazine.com)
My friend and I are obsessed with these books, and I can't say anything more than that they are amazing for a first novel!I couldn't put it down, and although I bought all three at once, I read through these books at a nice speed.Defiantly now a favourite!
Twenty-three year old Lauren Holbrook is single, lives with her dad and couldnt be happier, but one of her favorite hobbies is matchmaking. Lauren never wants to get married, but she loves to see her friends find true love, especially when she has something to do with it. Her latest project is trying to match her coworker Ruby together with her Bible study teacher Nick. This proves to be a challenge, not only to Lauren, but to Ruby and Nick as well. Adding to this challenge is Laurens new found confusion about her plan to never get married.Life has been a little stressful for me lately and I have found that I have not been enjoying heavy or serious stories much and I was looking for something light and more importantly, funny. Miss Match was the answer. I was absolutely delighted by this story, and especially by Lauren. Her character was such a treat and so very likeable. At first, I found her a bit annoying, but the more I got to know her, the more I wanted to read. One of this books strongest points is the dialogue, especially the dialogue between Lauren and her best friend Brandon. They were very good friends, but their teasing was funny and natural. Lauren is sassy and funny and adorable. Miss Match is the first book in the Lauren Holbrook series and I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series one of these days. I think Erynn Mangum is a writer whose books I will seek out in the future. I really enjoyed Miss Match and I strongly recommend it if your life needs a little comic relief.