Review: Match Me If You Can

Review: Match Me If You CanMatch Me If You Can (Chicago Stars, #6) by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Series: Chicago Stars #6
Published by Avon Books on October 13, 2009
Genres: Contemporary
Pages: 388

Great Addition to the Series

MATCH ME IF YOU CAN is the sixth novel in Phillips’ Chicago Stars series. It is the story of Heath Champion, the high powered agent to athletes and Annabelle Granger, a matchmaker. Annabelle has just taken over her grandmother’s agency and wants to land Heath as a client. Heath is looking for a elegant, sophisticated wife that will help him with his career and demonstrate how far he has come from the trailer park he grew up in. Although Heath is attracted to Annabelle, she does not fit his image of his wife. Of course, ultimately the two end up together.

I enjoyed this book although I think that this one is better for fans of the series than reading as a stand-alone. It was wonderful catching up on all the other characters from the previous books, but someone who was unfamiliar with the series might struggle to keep up with everyone. Also I was not as engaged in the secondary romance as much as I have been with those in past novels.

Despite this, however, I absolutely adored Heath. I just love having these high powered alpha types be completely undone by love. I also enjoyed how Annabelle and Heath change each other’s lives as they journey together.

I recommend this book and recommend it highly to fans of the series.



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