Series: The Billionaires of Silicon Forest #1
Blaise Mortenson. So when his friends suggest a wager to see who will be the
last bachelor among them, he takes the bet. He has no doubt he’ll
win—especially after he hires Hadley Lowell to find perfect matches for his
friends. Now all Blaise has to do is ignore his growing attraction to the
gorgeous, demanding matchmaker.
precisely controlling every feasible outcome. But falling for a client? That
was a possibility she never saw coming. Blaise’s drive, determination, and the
softer side he tries to hide from the world appeals to her on a gut-deep
level—but while her matchmaking success rate is unbeatable, finding love for
herself has been nearly impossible. There’s no way her happily ever after could
come in the form of a tech billionaire who isn’t even looking for love…is
turns into something way more complicated, and Blaise starts to wonder if he’s
in danger of losing more than just the bet when all is said and done…
Ari’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Blaise and his billionaire friends have a standing bet. Whoever marries loses and last man standing takes all. With three men down and two to go, he’s determined to win. At a friends suggestion he hires Hadley, a very successful matchmaker to help him marry off his last two single friends. Hadley doesn’t date clients and he is trying to keep as far away from catching feelings as possible. What could go wrong?
This book was so fun! I loved watching Blaise and Hadley dance around their obvious mutual attraction. Blaise was such stubborn man who thought he knew it all and it bordered on annoying at times. Thankfully he walked the walk more than he talked the talk when it came to his reluctant feelings for Hadley. Hadley was great! She was strong and stood up to Blaise and never took any of his crap. As much as both MCs didn’t want anything romantic with each other (and I sometimes wanted to smack them both upside the head to get their act together) you could clearly see they were meant to be and it was so easy to root for them.
flowers bloomed, the sun shone, and the dark, lonely nights didn’t last as long
as they did in winter.
invisible force. Awareness thrummed through him. Staring was rude, but he
couldn’t look away from her.
remember the last time he’d been so…intrigued.
wanted to hear her say more and laugh. He couldn’t wait to hear her laugh.
come to San Francisco.”
University, Melissa McClone worked for a major airline where she traveled the
globe and met her husband. But analyzing jet engine performance couldn’t
compete with her love of writing happily ever afters. Her first full-time
writing endeavor was her first sale when she was pregnant with her first child!
Since then, she has published over forty romance novels with Harlequin and Tule
Publishing Group. She’s a USA Today Bestselling author. Melissa lives in the
Pacific Northwest with her husband, three children, two spoiled Norwegian
Elkhounds and cats who think they rule the house. They do!