Title: A Matchless Romance
Tabitha Bell is the face of Chicago's premiere matchmaking service. At least, she hopes it will be someday, once business really takes off. What she needs is more clients, so when she meets a sexy gamer in need of help, it's the perfect opportunity.
His discomfort talking to women almost cost Drew Watson his job. He'd be happy holed up in his office, designing blockbuster video games, but his boss considers talking to investors a nonnegotiable requirement. Who better than a matchmaker to teach him how to be comfortable around the opposite sex? Trouble is, Drew wants to get more than comfortable with Tabitha, while she's determined to keep their relationship all business.
Soon Tabitha learns that beneath the geek-chic hoodie lies six feet of sexy physique--and the more time she spends with Drew, the more she appreciates his brainy brand of charm. Will she succumb to his sweet-but-nerdy charm offensive or will it be game over before he can win her heart?
Author: Christi Barth
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: All for You, The Opposite of Right, Risking It All, Wanting It All
Series: Aisle Bound
Published by Carina Press Published: February 17th 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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As the fourth book, Christi Barth concludes the Aisle Bound Series with this delightfully hilarious novel, A Matchless Romance. As one of her city’s leading matchmakers, Tabitha Bell is pretty strong and confident in her job, that is, until she met Drew Watson. Drew Watson makes money from the games he made and he has this adorable tendency to take everything literally and to respond to it in a logical, nerdy way. Barth created strong characters and highlighted each of their peculiarities really well. I think what really made this a very good read is that the story is fun, light-hearted, and the narration engages the reader to join in on the excitement all the characters are having with the ups and downs and twists and turns of their lives. The inclusion of old characters made it a more striking and powerful ending to this series.