A Match for the Marine by Jess Mastorakos

My Review

A Match for a Marine, by Jess Mastorakos, is book one in the First Comes Love series. Amy’s aunt is planning to step away from the matchmaking business and makes a contest between Amy and another long term employee to see who will take over. Amy gets assigned Dexter, who’s mother has signed him up.

This is a cute, easy, quick to read romcom story. This is the perfect length of story to read in a long evening. I enjoyed reading this story to just “get away” for a while. The writing is so good and descriptive and the main characters are so easy to like. I also enjoyed the mystery of why Amy’s picks were getting mixed up.

I was gifted this book from the author and was not asked to write this honest review.

About the Book

Matchmaker Rule #1: Never fall in love with the client.

Amy Thomas is in the running to become CEO of First Comes Love. All she has to do is outmatch her conniving co-worker. Maintaining her perfect matchmaking track record should be no problem, especially since her client is a hot Marine with bulging biceps and a killer smile.

Gunnery Sergeant Dexter Harrington is not looking for love, but his mother has been laying on the guilt about not wanting him to die alone. So when she buys him the VIP package at Southern California’s premier matchmaking company, he has no choice but to play ball.

Right from the start, Dex recognizes Amy is a better match for him than any of the disastrous dates she arranges. Amy isn’t going to let the gorgeous gunny get in the way of achieving her life’s goal. What happens when the matchmaker is the perfect match for the Marine?

About the Author

Jess Mastorakos writes clean military romance books that feature heroes with heart and the strong women they love. She is a proud Marine wife herself and mama of four. The happy family is currently stationed in Hawaii. She loves coffee in a glitter tumbler and planning with an erasable pen.

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