The dialogue written by Melanie Greene was outstanding! It really was as if you were eavesdropping. The story was great. There was just the right amou..Show More »nt of details given to give you a clear picture in your mind, but not enough to bog you down.
Overbearing Parents Try Their Hands at Matchmaking
I really enjoyed this story, I feel like it could have been a little shorter and still had the same effect but I did enjoy getting to know everyone a ..Show More »little better than I would have if it were a shorter book.
Natalie met Evan’s parents on a recent vacation with her mother and the 3 parents are convinced that Nat and Evan would make a great couple. And it just so happens that Evan is moving to Houston for work and wouldn’t Natalie be the perfect person to show him around.
Natalie and Evan are both happy being single and are so focused on their careers that they don’t want a relationship. But Evan turns out needing a ‘plus one’ and doesn’t know who to call so he caves and calls Natalie. They agree to meet for coffee first and lets just say their first meeting didn’t go as expected.
Their eventual friendship helps turn each of them in to stronger, better people and things seem to go well between them when the parents aren’t getting in the way too much.
This book is part of a series but can be read as a stand alone, you’ll mostly just miss details about some of Natalie’s closest friends.
I enjoyed Amy Rubinate’s performance and would listen to another book read by her.
If you’re looking for a lighthearted HEA with kind, meddling parents, you will enjoy this book.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review.