I am sharing reviews to some of my favorite reads that you might be interested in. I am NOT compensated for these reviews. If I receive a free e-book for a review I will disclose that in my review. This are my own thoughts and views.

Monday, March 16, 2015

Rough Around the Edges Meets Refined

I just finished reading "Rough Around the Edges Meets Refined." This is the second book in the Meet Your Match series by Rachael Anderson. 4 Stars

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For Noah Mackie, life is finally back on track. He has a great support system, a promised promotion is on its way, and he's finally getting the hang of this single father thing. But when the job falls through and his neighbor's matchmaking efforts become more aggressive, Noah is in for yet another unwanted detour. With his career and two spirited daughters to worry about, he doesn't have time for dating—especially not someone like Cassie Ellis, his girls' beautiful and sophisticated dance instructor, who is about as open and approachable as a brick wall. 
Rough around the Edges Meets Refined is about two people who think they know exactly what they want but who have no idea what they really need. It's about learning that people aren't always what they seem and that sometimes life’s detours take you exactly where you need to go.

My Review:  

The second book in the Meet Your Match series. 
I was thrilled when I was asked to review this book, seeing how I liked the first one.  This is a clean, feel good romance.

Noah has lost his wife and is a single dad raising two girls, with the help of a sister and neighbors. 
Cassie has also lost her husband, and in no way wants to get herself in a terrible marriage again. 

When Noah's neighbor sets up a meeting with Cassie, she puts two opposite hearts into motion toward each other. 

This was a fun read and really got me thinking about my own relationship and other relationships I see around me.  "What can I do better to make my marriage better?"  Granted relationships aren't like stories, they take work and there are major pitfalls we need to over come, and work together.   No matter how long you know someone, as long as you feel it it right, "then everything will be OK,"  So that really had nothing to do with the book. 

Light, fun, fast, clean read.