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Book Review of Meeting Her Match by Mary Connealy

Meeting Her Match (A Match Made in Texas, #4)

About: When the tables are turned and a tenderhearted meddler becomes the beneficiary of a matchmaking scheme, her world is turned upside down. As her entire life changes, will she finally be able to tell the banker’s son how much she cares for him?





My Review:

My Thoughts: Not a match you would expect, right? But it is the perfect match! Also, it matches perfectly with a slightly late night in bed before falling asleep.

  • Romance
  • Sleepless night
  • Equals a match made of dreams

Too corny? Yeah, I agree. Check out this novella, maybe tonight?! I’m sure you love it!


5 responses to “Book Review of Meeting Her Match by Mary Connealy”

  1. I love reading your book reviews. I’m really considering a lot of books. Do you have any good christian books for thirteen year olds? I’m hoping you could help me…

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    1. Aw, I’m glad you enjoy my reviews! I have several book suggestions for thirteen-year-olds.
      Any of the books in this series are good.
      A Year with the Potters by Rebekah Jones
      Any books by Rebekah Morris are wonderful.
      What genres do you like to read? I’ll be able to recommend more once I know which books you read through these are some good ones.
      I hope this helps!


      1. ummm… romance and mystery.

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      2. oh, and drama is generally good too! 🙂

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      3. Perfect! 😀 I suggest you try out:
        Love Needs No Words by Faith Potts (Really all of Faith’s books are wonderful.), Live Without You by Sarah Grace Gryz, The Baker Family Adventures by C. R. Hedgcock, Waltz Into The Waves by Sarah Holman, A Spy’s Devotion by Melanie Dickerson, 24 Days Before Christmas by Rebekah Jones, The Lizard Garden by Anne Siglin, The O’Malley Series by Dee Henderson, The Pirate Daughter’s Promise by Molly Evangeline, Bound by Victoria Lynn, and The Orphan Bride by Brandi Gabriel. Those are only some of the books I’d recommend and I can share more if you want me to?


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