Review: PERFECT MATCH by Lila Monroe

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Perfect Match by Lila Monroe
Series: Lucky in Love, book 5; standalone
Genre: romantic comedy
Publisher: Lila Monroe Books
Publication Date: November 13, 2017
Rating: ★★★★★

Swoony, saucy, and sexy…Perfect Match is the perfect feel-good romance!

Perfect Match is a light-hearted, funny AF, and engaging love story! It proves over and over again how opposites attract, and the uncontrollable desires two people share for one another. The character dynamic was top-notch, and showcases Ms. Monroe’s unique writing style thoroughly. Where her previous books in the Lucky in Love series all share an unwavering comedic undertone, this book really exhibits character drive, ambition, and determination against all odds.

Jack and McKenna are incredible characters! Their individual backgrounds weave together as their story together develops, making it utterly impossible to not fall in love with both of them. As much as their outlooks on love differ, it’s the characteristics they each display that shows they’re more similar than what they thought. But it’s their constant banter and amusing situations, coupled with their sizzling chemistry (both in and out of bed), that propels this story to a remarkable level.

Perfect Match catches your attention from the start. I was instantly intrigued with this book by just the blurb alone, and the story does not fail. Every book I read from Ms. Monroe just gets better and better, and she continues to wow her readers with her rich, heartwarming, fiery, and passionate love stories.

Hilarious and entertaining, Perfect Match is a definite one-click must read!

5 Stars!


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I have sixty days to make this maverick billionaire fall in love… with somebody else!

Jack Callahan has the hottest smile in tech. And as for his ass…ets – well, there’s a reason he’s the biggest playboy in town. But thanks to douche-bro investors and my snake of a college nemesis (don’t ask), he’s also my last shot to take my new dating app from kick-ass idea to world-conquering, million-dollar reality.

There’s just one problem: he doesn’t believe you can make a program for love.

With my future on the line, I set him a challenge: if I can use the app to find his soulmate, he’ll invest in my company. Simple, right?


It turns out, Jack’s cocky attitude pushes my buttons – in all the sexiest, most infuriating ways. My research tells me he’s the absolute worst guy in the world for me… so why can’t I keep my hands off him?

And with my deadline approaching fast, how will I choose between my big break – or a broken heart?

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