Review: Heartstrings and Diamond Rings by Jane Graves

imageTitle: Heartstrings and Diamond Rings
Author: Jane Graves
Format Read: 
e-ARC provided by NetGalley courtesy of the publisher
Series: none
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release date: October 1st 2011
Formats Available:  paperback, ebook, kindle
Number of pages: 400
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Book Blurb:

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.

My Thoughts:

These was such a sweet and fun read! My first Jane Graves book and I loved her writing and those two perfect characters.

Brandon used to work flipping spaces and since the economy is downhill, he is officially unemployed and discover his grandmother died and left him with her matchmaking company, a very successful dating company with a person’s fee of $1500. So when Brandon discovers this, is like all will be better and he can start over by following on her footsteps and collecting $30000 to restart his flipping career.

On the other side we get introduced to Alison, a girl who only pick the wrong guys, even one turned guy, so when her 30 birthday is coming closer, she decides to pay someone else to pick her dates. It can’t be worse than her. And that’s how she met Brandon.

He’s actually quite good at matchmaking but just can’t find the right guy for Alison, and she trust him. It was really fun watching her dates, but even better to see them fall in love. A good HEA.

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