Dirty Deal, book 2 in my Perfectly Matched series, I thought it might be fun to do my own little matchmaking quiz.
My characters, Bryan and Serena, are total opposites. The only thing they have in common is that, in spite of the fact that Serena is a professional matchmaker, neither one of them wants a relationship right now. But the cool thing about love is that you never know when and where you’re going to find it. Sometimes it’s when you least expect it and with someone you never actually thought you’d wind up with. Like baking, it’s just pure chemistry. Mixing ingredients that seem like they have nothing in common, but once they meld and heat up, become the perfect dessert.
Check it out to see how my characters, Bryan and Serena, match up, and then take the test with your honey and see what your answers say about YOUR relationship! (click on the pic to enlarge it)
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Dirty Deal by Christine Bell
Book #2 in the Perfectly Matched series
Professional matchmaker, Serena Elliott spends her workdays helping clients find love. It’s the perfect gig. She gets to see the good part of the relationships. She leads her own love life the same way. Get in, and get out before things get too complicated. One date with sexy army doctor, Bryan Metcalf, won’t be enough to make her change her mind, no matter how hot it gets…
Bryan has had his share of crazy women and isn’t in the market for another relationship that ends by way of restraining order. When Serena Elliott gets into a bidding war for him at a charity bachelor auction, he’s a little worried. Turns out she’s just as anti-relationship as he is, and could be the solution to all his problems. If he can convince her to be his fake girlfriend, he just might be able to spend the rest of his leave in peace. Now if only he can stop thinking about that night on the beach…
But there are other forces at work that believe these two belong together, and they just might find out that happily ever afters do exist.