WRONG BROTHER, RIGHT MATCH by Jennifer Shirk

 

Her
supposed “right match” might just be the wrong brother.
WRONG BROTHER, RIGHT MATCH
Anyone but You #3
Jennifer Shirk
Releasing Dec 5th, 2016
Entangled BLISS


Matchmaking
guru Kennedy Pepperdine’s life is perfect. Perfect job. Perfect friends.
Perfect boyfriend. Except…when she gets trapped in an elevator with a
handsome stranger, she accidentally confesses a secret: maybe her perfect
boyfriend, Justin, isn’t so perfect for her after all. But a matchmaker should
be able to successfully match herself, right? Thankfully, she’ll never see the
handsome stranger again. Until she heads home with Justin for the holidays and
learns that the sexy stranger is none other than Justin’s older brother, Matt.
Matt Ellis
is trying to be on his best behavior for his mother—it is Christmas, after all.
But when he recognizes the beautiful woman from the elevator—the one he hasn’t
been able to stop thinking about for months—his best behavior is being held by
a thread. Matt’s always sacrificed for his family, and nothing is more
important than their happiness, but the more time he spends around Kennedy, the
more he wonders if her supposed “right match” might just be the wrong
brother.



Jennifer
Shirk 
has a bachelor degree in pharmacy-which has in NO
WAY at all helped her with her writing career. But she likes to point it out,
since it shows romantic-at-hearts come in all shapes, sizes, and mind-numbing
educations.
She writes sweet (and sometimes even funny) romances for Samhain Publishing,
Avalon Books/Montlake Romance and now Entangled Publishing. She won third place
in the RWA 2006 NYC’s Kathryn Hayes Love and Laughter Contest with her first
book, THE ROLE OF A LIFETIME. Recently, her novel SUNNY DAYS FOR SAM won the
2013 Golden Quill Published Authors Contest for Best Traditional Romance.

Lately she’s been on a serious exercise kick. But don’t hold that against her.


 

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WRONG BROTHER, RIGHT MATCH
Jennifer Shirk

When you are matched perfectly with a highly sophisticated program it has to work, right?

Kennedy Pepperdine's life could not be more perfect. Running her own business- Match Made Easy. She is getting ready to launch her match making program to possible investors. She has the best boyfriend in the world. Justin Ellis, Justin is also a successful businessman. He has both his business & law degree. So Kennedy understands why he hasn't called/text her the past 4 days she has been in Vegas doing a presentation of her matchmaking software. He is very busy as well. But it would have been nice for him to call me, he knew how important this was to me.

A turn of events when Kennedy is stuck in a elevator with a extremely handsome man and spills her guts (okay, after sharing some wine) that maybe Justin and her aren't made for each other. But she can't tell anyone that she is thinking this, I mean it could ruin her business. So telling a random stranger is okay, right.

6 months later- Kennedy is finally going to meet Justin's family over Christmas. She is so excited! She is so ready to be part of a family. Growing up in her household was with a revolving door of "new" stepdads. She knew she didn't want to be like her mom and be lead by the heart. That is why she is so passionate about her matchmaking software, it hasn't lead her wrong with matching couples up.

Kennedy is so excited to finally spend some quality time with Justin and his family. Justin promised to take more time for them after the Vegas incident. (yeah, Kennedy told him about the elevator incident). But the first night there, not shocking, Justin gets called back to the city. Kennedy stays to spend time with his family.

Kennedy didn't expect to find what she does at Justin's family home.

The more time with Justin's family, she realizes she really doesn't know Justin as the thought. She starts to doubt if her software really works.

Can a few days with her boyfriends family completely change Kennedy's mind on the what she thought she wanted.

Kennedy was a crack up to me. I liked her sarcastic humor. The elevator scene was great. The whole story just flowed for me and I look forward to reading more from this author.

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