Fire and ice aren't meant to mix.
For Zoey Carlson, being maid of honor is more than she bargained for. The groom is a billionaire, the bride is hounded by the press, and the super-secret wedding is across the ocean in France. Zoey will do anything to keep away the media - even spend a month wedding planning in Paris with Mitch, the uptight best man who drives her crazy.
For Mitch, keeping the press away is about more than making sure his best friend has a perfect wedding - it's his job. And as far as he's concerned, chaotic and spontaneous Zoey is an attractive liability.
When a reporter follows them to France, Zoey and Mitch must work together to make their best friends' wedding day paparazzi-free while fighting their growing attraction to each other. Can these two opposites admit they're not so different and build a life together?
Explore the streets of Paris in this hilarious romantic comedy today!
©2016 Lindzee Armstrong (P)2016 Lindzee Armstrong
Adorable, romantic, clean, funny with suspense who could ask for more in a romance story?
Tiffany Wiliams does a wonderful job narrating the story. Her voice is peasant, easy to listen to with a wide range of emotions.
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The perfect mix of mystery, humor, and romance. Zoey Carlson will be the Maid of Honor for her best friend, Brooke, in a few short weeks. Brooke and Zoey run a match-making business together but it’s not what Zoey wants to spend her life doing. Brooke is marrying Luke, an enterprising billionaire, and they are constantly being hounded by the paparazzi, who are trying to find out when and where their wedding of the century will be held. Zoey will do whatever it takes to make sure Brooke and Luke’s wedding is perfect, and not overrun by uninvited reporters and photographers.
Mitchell is Luke’s best friend, his right-hand man in his business, and will be his Best Man in his wedding. He is all business, all the time. Well, except for that one time, six months ago, with Zoey. Like, Zoey, Mitch is willing to do whatever it takes to protect the privacy of Luke and his bride. So, with paparazzi hot on their trail, Mitch and Zoey head for Paris to take care of the final details of their best friends’ wedding and end up at another, entirely unexpected, wedding.
The fun begins as Zoey throws a bridal shower for Brooke at Disneyland. A man Zoey met at charity function held by Luke’s company has followed her and the shower guests and is taking pictures of them. Mitch happens to be at Disneyland, too, looking for his sister to apologize to her for an argument they had earlier in the day. Mitch sees the photographer, zeros in on Zoey and they start hatching a plan to stop the photographer from taking any more photos, and from publishing the ones he already has.
Mitch and Zoey, as different as fire and ice, are bound together by their desire to help Luke and Brooke and in the process, they manage to learn a few things about their own lives and desires. This is a well-written, fast-paced story that is sassy and fun from page one. The characters are interesting and strong, and draw you further into their lives with every page-turn. The narrator does an excellent job of distinguishing personalities and is very easy to listen to. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading/listening too more of the No Match for Love series.
I haven't read the print version, but I loved the audio version. It was well performed and had a feel good storyline, for a lighter mood.
Catherine Bybee's weekday bride series, but slightly more up beat.
Her performance of all the characters were excellent, but my favorite was Mitch. She did a great job making Mitch feel uptight but not snobby or pompous. Her performance was spot on and gave the characters a personality that could have fell a little flat had I been reading the story instead of listening to it.
I loved Mitch's resolve and determination to show Zoey their relationship was more than what she kept making it seem. He really made an effort to understand her and their differences.
This was a quirky, light hearted story. While some aspects did get annoying such as Zoey's refusal to face her feelings and give it a try, the overall story, and the performance made for a fun and romantic listen. I would recommend this story for anyone in the mood for a silly and upbeat listen or as something to lift your spirits. The banter and the characters quirks made this story work. I obtained my copy free from audiobook boom for my unbiased review.
Really enjoyed that the story was based in Paris, the descriptions of locations made it sound breath taking. I`m not a big fan of third person story telling, I tend to find it a little annoying and even more so when in audio.
Apart from the third person story telling, I wish Zoey didn't always think the worse when it came to being in a relationships and Mitch. Got tired of hearing the same thing regarding her doubts continuously in the book.
No, I haven't had the pleasure of listening to anything else from Tiffany. Really enjoyed her performance, she has a wonderful range of voices she does and her French accent it brilliant.
Yes it certainly did, I want to visit Paris
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This audiobook is in a series that I had to catch up with having not listened or read the previous ones, but it was easy enough to pick up and discern quickly that it's a "beach read". "Beach reads", to me, are light and fluffy with a little plot and a little romance. Mix 'n Match fit that bill perfectly and if you love a super clean book, go no further. I, personally, like more heat because i could have listened to this with my Grandmother. To each his own!
I did, however, find the narrator did an excellent job!
This audiobook was gifted to me in exchange of an honest review.
I am a chronic binge listener and enjoy paranormal romance, MC, science fiction, historical fiction and more
We met Zoey and Mitch in book one of the No Match for Love series as supporting characters in Brooke and Luke’s story. Though this book is part of a series, I feel like you could still enjoy it as a stand alone. Zoey is a quirky girl who you could imagine changing her hair color every week and Mitch is so rigid he probably irons his underwear. Their differences make for an entertaining story.
Zoey Carlson is the maid of honor for her best friends upcoming wedding. The wedding is high profile but the bride’s only wish is for it to be free of the press so they are trying to keep it a secret. Mitch is the best man (and personal assistant) to the groom and feels responsible for everything running smoothly.
When a certain reporter becomes a major nuisance, Brooke and Luke decide to send Zoey and Mitch to France to finalize the wedding plans as an attempt to throw the press off. Will they be able to throw off the reporter and make the wedding happen? And will the former sparks between them return?
This story is told in dual POV’s read by a single narrator. Tiffany Williams does a great job voicing the many characters in the story including the male voices.
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I'm a 40-something SAH mom who has come to "read" more audio books each year. They work better as my days are active and mobile.
The flow of the book.
No favorite as the reader did a good job with all of the voices.
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Although it's a series, I really enjoyed and it could be read on it's own. I now will go back and read the rest of the titles. Zoe is spontaneous while Mitch is really into his job. When they are thrust together to help their friends get married, then things get interesting. A lot of fun moments and traveling to Paris. Those who love contemporary romance will enjoy Mix N' Match.
Entertaining light, fun, humorous, cute, clean HEA romantic comedy story with a little bit of mystery.
Even though this is the 3rd book in the series it can absolutely be listened to as a standalone. This is the first Lindzee Armstrong book I have "read", but it won't be the last.
If you like clean romances, or just need a break from sex and angst filled stories, this is a really enjoyable one and worth the credit.
Opposites attract. Zoey and Mitch were both likable and fun characters. The dialogue is fun.
This is the first time I have listened to a book narrated by Tiffany Williams. She did a really good job. Pleasant voice, easy to listen to. Really good character voices. Clearly spoken with a smooth even pace of narration. She was able to convey the characters emotions perfectly and bring them to life.
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In this book, Zoey is determined to be the best bridesmaid ever and deliver a paparazzi free wedding to her best friend and her billionaire fiance.. All the details for the wedding are supposed to be under wraps, but there appears to be a leak somewhere. The groom's best man and personal assistant, Mitch, thinks that leak is Zoey. Zoey sees Mitch as super stuffy and uptight while he sees her as way too free and loose.
In an attempt to throw off the reporters, Zoey and Mitch are sent to France to finalize the wedding details. Can they throw off the paparazzi and give their friends the special day they deserve? The oil and vinegar couple fight an attraction to each other as they try desperately to lose a pesky photographer. Is there a chance that the mix could be just right to give them a future together, too?
This is a new author and narrator for me, but I thought both did a stupendous job! The story by Lindzee Armstrong was entertaining and kept me coming back. Tiffany Williams did a great job with the narration.I was given this book free in exchange for an honest review.
"Endearing and feel-good romance!"
This audiobook is about how opposites attract to create balance and magic. We have encountered these characters from earlier books in the series. There is a fairtale quality to the story coupled with issues that most people can relate to, including not disappointment loved ones and finding what makes you happy. It is obvious from the start that Zoey and Mitch are ideal for each other. It just takes them a while to accept their differences. Overall the story was fun, entertaining and feel-good!
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