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Make Me a Match Teenager Emma Watts doesn t believe in true love After all she s worked for two years in her family s P I business catching cheating husband s in the act Then Owen Emerson arrives while she s in the

  • Title: Make Me a Match
  • Author: Lori Brighton
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  • Page: 452
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  • Teenager Emma Watts doesn t believe in true love After all, she s worked for two years in her family s P.I business catching cheating husband s in the act Then Owen Emerson arrives while she s in the middle of a stakeout, no less claiming Emma has inherited a deceased aunt s ability to supernaturally match soul mates Emma wants nothing to do with her aunt s powers, nTeenager Emma Watts doesn t believe in true love After all, she s worked for two years in her family s P.I business catching cheating husband s in the act Then Owen Emerson arrives while she s in the middle of a stakeout, no less claiming Emma has inherited a deceased aunt s ability to supernaturally match soul mates Emma wants nothing to do with her aunt s powers, nor with the frustrating and perfectly handsome Owen Emerson Too bad she s stuck with both for the rest of her life Owen Emerson is a Protector, a person fated to protect Matchmakers for eternity A guy who does things by the book, Owen figures he ll rationally explain to Emma her newfound abilities and they can have the professional relationship he d had with her much older aunt But as he soon finds out Emma Watts is anything but professional Fortunately, when she has her first vision matching two friends she has no alternative but to believe Owen s claims But Owen isn t the only one interested in Emma When the supernatural world discovers how to exploit Emma s matchmaking abilities for their own, she has no choice but to trust the man who holds her life, and her heart, in his hands.

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    1. My Thoughts – 3 out of 5 Unicorns - I liked it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I got a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book!The cover is interesting though I doesn’t really represent Emma. This is the first book in this series, and it is definitely left in a place that you expect another book.This is my first book by Lori that I’ve read though I do own most of The Mind Readers series to read in th [...]

    2. Told in a contemporary fashion Make me a match follows Emma, teenaged PI, she is a private investigator for women looking to catch cheating husbands and boyfriends. It was her grandfather's life work and now its hers.She's on the job when she encounters Owen, Brit talking, suit wearing, nerdy hot teenaged something. He comes to notify her of her aunt's death but big whoop she didn't even know her, but she's left her something behind. Despite her protests and her growing attraction to the Clark K [...]

    3. Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC Emma was a little annoying at first just because she was so stubborn that it was getting ridiculous, especially when it came to her first match. Then when she was finally getting the hang of it and acting human Owen was getting annoying too. He kept hiding things from her and then kept pushing her away. Plus I didn't know match makers were that big of a deal until the bad guys wanted her. Plus the whole "matchmakers can't love" is dumb, how selfish are they to the [...]

    4. Loved this book! Very entertaining- I could barely put it down. The plot twists and turns and keeps you wondering what will happen next. I definitely recommend this book

    5. 17 year old Emma Watts has lived with her younger sister in their own flat ever since their mother moved to Florida. She pays the bills by being a P.I.which means she takes down cheating husbands for a living. So she doesn't really believe in true love. Her worlds about to change when, in the middle of a stakeout, Owen Emmerson arrives out of the blue claiming she's inherited her deceased Aunt's cottage in France.oh and her power to supernaturally match soul mates. At first Emma doesn't believe, [...]

    6. 3.5 StarsAn interesting story. What mostly turned me off were a few plot holes and a strange portrayal of things (though they're mostly just picky stuff). One example is when Emma calls Owen her Protector even though he never mentioned his title or job to her prior to that. (view spoiler)[Another is when she said she felt euphoria after matching Tony and Paula together. If I remember correctly, she ran out of the coffee shop because she couldn't stand the sight of them working and that she could [...]

    7. I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Summary:Teenager Emma Watts doesn’t believe in true love. After all, she’s worked for two years in her family’s P.I. business catching cheating husband’s in the act. Then Owen Emerson arrives (while she’s in the middle of a stakeout, no less) claiming Emma has inherited a deceased aunt’s ability to supernaturally match soul-mates. Emma wants nothing to do with her aunt’s powers, nor with the frustrating and perfectly [...]

    8. a-reader-lives-a-thousand-liveTitle: Make Me a Match Series: The Matchmaker (#1) Author: Lori BrightonFrom: Netgalley Genre: Urban Fantasy Release Date: November 2013Challenges: 2016 Blogger Shame, 2016 Netgalley & Edelweiss Challenge, Summer COYER 2016Links: - Synopsis (from ): Teenager Emma Watts doesn’t believe in true love. After all, she’s worked for two years in her family’s P.I. business catching cheating husband’s in the act. Then Owen Emerson arrives (while she’s in the [...]

    9. I was blown away. I have no words. Lori Brighton surprises me yet AGAIN! I REALLY enjoy her historical romances as well as the paranormal romances, but goodness gracious! This book brought me back to my Twilight days, and by that I don't mean it's similar because it's probably a million times better! Make Me a Match had romance, action, comedy, and a little bit of suspense inter-weaved throughout the chapters. 17 year-old Emma Watts is a feisty, pessimistic, say-what-you-wanna-say kind of girl. [...]

    10. I really liked the cover *sigh* It’s one of those books I had requested mostly based upon the cover art itself, and I’m disappointed. Throughout the book, there were loads of things that bothered me, and yet I can’t put my finger on a particular one, it was just plain dragging and boring. One thing to specifically;ly state though, would be the love part. I’m a biog sucker for romance (though I’m personally not a heart and chocolates person tbh). I’ve even fallen in love with books de [...]

    11. Emma Watts is 17 and due to all that's happened to her growing up, doesn’t believe in true love. She’s worked for two years keeping her deceased grandfather's P.I. business going by catching cheating husband’s in the act and providing a roof over her little sisters head She has a grandmother who is to busy with appearance, a new husband and society to take an interest and a mother who is hopping from broken relationship to another man continually Where would she ever get the idea that love [...]

    12. 3.5 starsLori Brighton has successfully found the perfect balance between YA romance, Buffy esq action, and extremely strong characters. Emma is a PI whose main focus is revealing cheating husbands for who they really are. She soon finds herself in the most undesirable position, she is actually destined to be a matchmaker. Trust me, the irony is not lost on Emma. Enter Owen, who is supposed to be Emma's extremely handsome protector. Poor Owen, what's he to do when the girl he is assigned to not [...]

    13. I've liked other books by this author, but this one didn't work for me. With a few tweaks and a little more editing, it might have gotten there. First, the characters' actions didn't flow from their internal motivations. Don't get me wrong, I know people often do something other than what they think they should, but that's not what happens here. It's disjointed. It's hard to explain, but it bothered me. Second, the whole I'm-annoyed-by-you-but-falling-for-you-anyway theme didn't work. They were [...]

    14. This was provided to me from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.And I think I might have to apologize in advance.Something here, just didn’t work for me. Maybe I’m getting in a young-adult-book-rut?It was my first Lori Brighton, and I just found myself skimming, wanting to jump chapters, and sometimes I just felt like I was missing something for others to love it so much. (Disclaimer: My GRs feed for this was filled with 5 star reviews, which prompted me to add this. Now it’s like [...]

    15. 2.5 Read as digital ARC.Make a Match reminded me a lot of the books I was super into during middle school, and even though I knew I probably shouldn't pick it up, the cover was so fierce, I read it anyway. Had I read this book as a middle schooler, I'm sure I would have shelled out more stars, because I was very much into the whole love-hate relationship with a paranormal twist-type story. Reading this at the age I am now, and comparing it to all of the other books I've read recently or want to [...]

    16. This is my favorite kind of paranormal story--someone gets mysterious powers and must figure out what to do with them. I enjoyed Emma's stubborn determination to take care of herself and not rely on a boy to rescue her. The conflict that leaves when she is given a Protector builds some nice tension. And the I hate you/I love you, we must be meant for each other is hard for me to swallow, but the love interest angle keeps the plot moving. The storyline was thin in places: How does a 17 year old k [...]

    17. I have a problem with Lori Brighton's endings. This is the 4th book I read and felt totally disappointed in the end. I will say this one was better then the mind readers series. I love the characters Ms. Brighton writes so full of depth and interesting. I felt right there with them. The stories always keep me reading. Then the end i feel nothing is resolved and have more question yet no where to find the answers. I don't think i will read another of her books because the ends are unsatisfactory [...]

    18. I enjoyed the book very much but I was left wanting more. The premise for the story is one I haven't come across before and I really liked that. The stories pace was I think too fast and a lot of things were glossed over. At the end I had a feeling that there was a lot more to the characters that wasn't delved into and would've added more strength to the whole story. I enjoyed the book but it was like the ending of the book was actually a cliffhanger instead of a stand alone book.I would like to [...]

    19. 17 year old Emma has raised her younger sister by working as a private detective, barely making ends meet. one night while on stake out , Owen arrives telling her she has inherited a gift from an aunt. She's not a matchmaker for humans around the world and Owen is her protector. When the vampires discover Emma can match supernatural beings too, they try to kidnap her. A nice teen read.

    20. I love this books. I just wish she will write another books. There are still so many unanswered question like who killed Emma's aunt? Who was Pet working for? Is there going to be a war between the Underworld and Otherworld? And much more. But over all it was a good book.

    21. DifferentI really enjoyed the different take on the supernatural in this book. Yes there are vampires but the book mainly revolves around love and a matchmaker which I enjoyed. I really hope there is another one.

    22. I need more!I loved this book more than the mind series. at first, the book has the same story plot as the mind series, but I liked the way they hid from the two sides instead of chose them, like with the mind series. I would definitely recommend this to other mind reader fans.

    23. *1.5honestly, i was torn between giving this a 1 or 2 because i don't necessarily think it was a 1 writing-wise but i feel like giving it a 2 is far too generous so i guess i'm putting it somewhere in between.

    24. Not bada pretty good book. It would have been nice to read more about the different characters abilities but I liked it well enough.

    25. Soul matches, who knew it could be so complicated! This is a fast paced love story with evil always just around the corner. Can't wait to read more.

    26. The only thing that disappointed me was there isn't a second bookt. I truly hope there is a follow up as I want to know what happens to Emma and Owen.

    27. Where is the real ending??Good character development and a nice plot But this reads like there's another book to follow to resolve everything. I feel cheated.

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