So You Think You’re a Match?

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Michelle Hazen, author of So You Think You’re a Match, and Harlow Rimes, her main character, have one thing in common: they both deserve better than the romantic interest, Bishop Riley. So You Think You’re a Match is a story about a career-driven woman and a self-proclaimed deadbeat man-boy proving that somehow still in 2021, women must be incredible superheroes and men don’t even have to have a driver’s license. The bar for men in this book is so low it takes one coat of car paint to give him a personality. Harlow however, is truly a charming character. She’s full of light, clever, and loving to the people around her. She’s very easy to like. That being said, she could honestly benefit from some therapy because there’s no way her attachment to a man who literally stole her identity is healthy. Identity theft is not a particularly cute look. I think the author would benefit from doing more research on what actually happens to victims of credit card and identity theft. It’s not as romantic and harmless as she seems to think it is. Bishop Riley honestly belongs in jail not crying about his sister’s chemotherapy payments while simultaneously door-dashing park picnics with other people’s money. I can’t believe I have to say this but Harlow honey, no man is worth a felony.

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Author Michelle Hazen
Star Count /5
Format Trade
Page Count 309 pages
Publisher Self-published
Publish Date 24-Aug-2021
ISBN 9798201616267 Buy this Book
Issue August 2021
Category Romance