Sixteen-year-old Brooke Pierce doesn't need her mom to tell her all boys are trouble. After watching her dad break up the family for a woman half his age, dating is the last thing on her mind. On the first day at a new high school, Brooke meets Luke, the school flirt with a reputation for heartbreak. He's interested. She's not. That only makes him chase her more. After a shocking revelation from her dad, Brooke and Luke form an unexpected bond, complete with crazy rules to keep them safely in the friend zone. Problem is, that's the worst place to be when you're falling in love.
©2015 Lindzee Armstrong (P)2015 Lindzee Armstrong
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I really enjoyed going back in time and learning how Brook and Luke met. It gave great insight in what drove them to be the way they are. I understand why Brook was so worried about getting involved with Luke.
The narration was awesome as always. The story sucked me in and I enjoyed every bit of it!
As always Lindzee delivers a great clean story. I love high school romance. It is sweet how hard Luke works to gain Brooks friendship.
Looking forward to my next Lindzee Armstrong book!
**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**
This short book was good listening! It involves a 16 yr old disillusioned girl, who has no interest in boys because of her parents divorce. She meets a boy and they decide to become 'just friends'. But sometimes, that's really a hard deal to keep! Wish it were a little longer, but liked it very much!
I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
I liked the other books in this series and went back and got this one, the beginning of their story (Brooke/Luke). It was great to get a little bit of background on their relationship. Really enjoying this story. It was nice to find out where the rules came from and how they were created. It helped to understand a bit more about Brooke, although you don't need this to enjoy the other books. Lindzee does a great job of telling their story.
This short story was a nice, easy story to listen to. I liked how the author put in the family problems and how the main character was dealing with it. So true in today's world. The narrator, Tiffany Williams made this story so much fun and so easy to listen to, giving each character their own voice. I'm looking forward to listening to the rest of the series.
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.
When I first read the overview , i thought it might be a sweet valley high, kinda book but immediately the narrator ( Tiffany) caught my attention and kept it!
It was mature and I greatly appreciate the content.
Lindzee , I really enjoy your writing and this book is super cute and fun. I look forward to listening to the others. You've got me hooked !
Reviewer for Delighted Reader Blog
It was discovering how a girls sad family troubles worked in her life to cause her to fear relationships and see her growing relationship and feelings for a nice guy- even if she works hard to shove him in the friend category.
Luke- he starts out as a typical, flirty boy who is interested in a girl and tries too hard to get her attention. But then his generous and selfless spirit surfaces when he sets his own wants aside to be a friend when a friend is what is needed.
Probably the meet up. I chuckled over the fumbling of the boys and the icy behavior of the girl.
I did chuckle a few times over the youthful antics and was sad over the way the dad really blew it and destroyed his family particularly with his daughter. But I also wanted to take the heroine in hand for letting her parents' troubles mess up a good thing for her.
It's best to know going in that this is a prequel introduction that begins a story, but doesn't finish it until book one. It is complete enough to enjoy and doesn't have a cliffhanger or anything like that, but there is no resolve.
This was such a cute teen romance :-)
I loved the different characters and how the narrator portrayed them. This was a great easy listen light hearted and sweet.
Thoroughly enjoyed the book as well as how it was read. I hope to hear more :-) :-)
This was such a sweetly frustrating story. I completely understand Luke's extreme frustration with Brooke pushing him away all the time, but poor Brooke being let down by the 1 man she is supposed to be #1 in his life no matter what else is going on. This story is adorable and takes me back in time. Tiffany did a great job and made me think of how everybody sounded eerily like her when I was in school.
I was gifted the audible copy of "Meet your Match" by Lindzee Armstrong from the author. This was my second audible book in the No Match for Love series. This story was a good one - just maybe not as good as "Strike a Match" (to me). I think I connected more with the characters in "Strike a Match", but I still liked the story in this one. A believable story that everyone can relate to. What is more important to you? Keeping your friend and friendship or exploring the possibility of what could be? Friends with benefits? Maybe more? When you already love that person as a friend, can that love turn into something more?
Here are some things I've noticed in the two audible stories that I've listened to: the characters are well thought out and developed. The storylines are very believable. Tiffany Williams is a great narrator- especially for these stories.
Can't wait to listen to the next story in this series.
This is a prequel to Miss Match. The whole thing made a lot more sense when I figured that out. I was a little thrown off by the high school aged characters. It was still a great story of two characters who are friends, fighting the urge to make it something more. Hopefully, there will be "something more" in the next book! I'm ready to find out.
The story was sweet and innocent, but Brooke is dealing with some pretty heavy stuff... the breakup of her parents and having to go to a new school. Luke is trying to portray himself as the dumb jock on the make. Their friendship might allow them to help each other. A great story and great narration.
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