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    Charming

    Charming! Simply charming! That's what this story is. Kennedy Pepperdine is certain she has found her perfect match. Good thing since matchmaking was her business. She's convinced she has it all until a moment trapped in an elevator with a stranger has her questioning everything. Shaking off the encounter she agrees to spend the holidays with her fiance at his family's home. Seeing her elevator companion again and finding out he is actually her fiance's brother deals her the blow of a lifetime. With Justin, her fiance, preoccupied with work and leaving her while he returns to the city, Kennedy has too much time on her hands and finds herself in the company of Matt Ellis way more than she should be. Don't miss this one, I highly recommend it.
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    Funny and Sweet

    "Wrong Brother, Right Match" by Jennifer Shirk is book number three in the "Anyone But You" series. This is Kennedy Pepperdine and Matt Ellis' story. Kennedy's life is perfect. She has started her own matchmaking company that uses a software program she created to help people find their perfect match. She has the perfect boyfriend that she was matched with through her software program. Kennedy gets stuck in an elevator with a stranger and pretty much confesses that her boyfriend isn't as perfect as she would like. No harm done they will never see each other again. It is Christmas time and Kennedy is going to meet her boyfriend Justin's family for Christmas. Well, Kennedy is in for a shock. The stranger from the elevator is Justin's brother Matt. Needless to say Kennedy and Matt are both surprised. Matt has not been able to forget her. Kennedy is definitely off limits since she is his brother's girlfriend. This is a funny, sweet, heartwarming, and clean romance. You will fall in love with Kennedy and Matt. Get comfortable because you will not be able to put this book down. This was a fun read and is great when you need a little escape from all the holiday rush or just life in general. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    A sweet romance, which will leave you smiling.

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again….Jennifer Shirk is my go to author for sweet romances. You can’t help but feel for the characters and want them to find their happily-ever-after. Kennedy Pepperdine believes in love. Well, what she thinks is love. She doesn’t believe that your heart should guide you, but your mind. She believes that if two people have the same likes and dislikes that it makes them a perfect couple. She’s even betting her company, Match Made Easy, on this belief and the computer program she helped design. She believes she’s found her perfect match in Justin, who she met through her company. But being trapped in a Vegas elevator with a stranger has her world reeling, just a little bit. Matt Ellis has for the most part, not lived the life he’s wanted to live. That doesn’t mean he isn’t happy running the family winery and taking care of his mother and younger sister. Matt isn’t really a relationship kind of guy, but he just can’t get the stranger he met in a Vegas elevator out of his head. Christmas is approaching and Kennedy is looking forward to having a wonderful dream-filled Christmas with Justin and his family. The perfect Christmas with the perfect fiancé is just what she’s always wanted. Unfortunately, the one person she never thought she would see again happens to be her fiancé’s older brother. As if things couldn’t get any worse, Justin reneges on a promise to leave work behind. Once again, Matt is pushed into the role of taking care of the family, including Kennedy, when Justin returns to Boston for work. It seems the Christmas Kennedy has always dreamed of isn’t going to happen after all. I have a hard time with someone “being with” one sibling and then falling for the other sibling. I just think it makes things a little awkward. But Kennedy and Matt are two people you know are right for each other. They each tried really hard to fight their feelings for the other. At no point in time did they not have Justin's best interest at heart. This was something I really liked about the story. Matt was easy to like from the beginning. His likeability just kept increasing throughout the book. Kennedy was also likeable, but I found myself feeling sorry for her most of the time. I don't mean to be insulting, but Kennedy was like a puppy desperately trying to fit in. I found it sad that what was so important to her was not important to her fiancé. Justin came across almost the entire book as being self-centered and self-absorbed. I know that truly isn’t the type of person he is, but in a way he’s also trying to figure out where he fits in. Wrong Brother, Right Match left me with a smile on my face. I’m really hoping the series continues. I would love to have Justin find his own happily-ever-after. **Received a copy of the book courtesy of the author and I voluntarily reviewed it.**
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    Sweet Romance

    Kennedy likes her life neat and tidy. She runs a matchmaking company and wrote a program to help find the perfect match for her clients. She knows the software works because she tried it on herself and found the 'perfect' man for her, Justin Ellis. Both Justin and she are driven to succeed and their relationship seems perfect. Matt Ellis is Justin's brother and he runs the family's winery. He hasn't been able to get the woman he met while trapped in an elevator out of his mind. When it turns out that woman is Kennedy - his brother's fiance - he struggles to keep his feelings to himself. And while Kennedy knows that Justin is perfect for her, there is something about Matt that calls to her. With her company on the line, Kennedy needs to decide whether her relationship with Justin is perfect, or if a computer program can't find everything. Ms. Shirk has written an enjoyable cast of characters. Kennedy is adorable with her little quirks. Matt's love of family and protectiveness comes through and Justin tries his best. The secondary characters are memorable as well, and I enjoyed meeting Barbara, Matt and Justin's mom, and Caitlyn, their sister. Above all, I loved that no one was a bad guy. This is a story about relationships: familial, romantic and work. No one is perfect and everything takes work. What a brilliant message to send. NB: I received a copy of this book from the author. I have voluntarily chosen to read it.
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    Right Match!

    WRONG BROTHER, RIGHT MATCH is a cute, funny and heartfelt Christmas read that won’t fail to keep you warm! This is my first read by Jennifer Shirk and I was completely enchanted! I loved the premise of the story, but I was worried that lines might be crossed, because I don’t like and will easily discard cheater books. This had none of that. Well maybe a stole kiss between two strangers in an elevator. But the author kept it classy. Kennedy and Matt are obviously meant for each other but Kennedy is loyal to her boyfriend Justin, as well as her employees, her cousin and everyone else in her life. And Matt is responsible, a little broody and completely dreamy. Even though he was developing feelings for Kennedy, they both were able to keep themselves in check and remember that Kennedy is Justin’s fiancé and Matt is Justin’s brother. And sometimes it sucked to remember that! Both characters have their baggage but always seemed to put others in front of their own happiness. Which is admirable, but not healthy for either of them. Kennedy and Matt paired beautifully together and I greatly enjoyed their story. I also enjoyed reading about the secondary characters. I loved Matt and Justin’s mom and sister. They were fun-loving, strong women with soft hearts and unconditional acceptance towards Kennedy. Even after things started getting messy! Overall, the book is delightful and everything you want in your Christmas read! I highly recommend it to all readers! ***I’d like to thank the publisher for generously offering me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own***
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