Thursday, June 23, 2016

Match This! by M.J. Fields (Matched Duology #1)

Match This!
by M.J. Fields

My rating: 3.5 stars

Series: Matched Duology - Book 1
Publisher: MJ Fields; 1 edition (May 8, 2016)
Publication Date: May 8, 2016
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Print Length: 236 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

 
Kat's a take no sh*t kind of girl, but when her mother forces her to start online dating with her, she's taken off guard. The tables turn and now Kat has the opportunity to dish out unsolicited advice of her own. The ever-unsociable Kat, puts herself out there knowing no man in their right mind will ask her out.

Little does she know the world has changed. The constant connection has caused a disconnect, and while hiding behind a screen most men hold nothing back.

Will Kat be able to get her mother to stop being a behind the scenes text whore, or will she get dragged into the craze that is sweeping the nation?

 
Match This! by M.J. Fields (Matched Duology #1)

Match This!Kat couldn’t come across as more anti-social if she tried. With a mouth that makes a truck driver sound like a choir girl, an attitude that screams come close at your own risk, Kat can be unnecessarily brutal, rude, cruel and just a little bit too self-absorbed to realize she is not the center of the universe. Is her anti-social behavior a shield? Does she need a boyfriend and maybe some tension release?

When her mother joins the internet dating scene, Kat joins in, but will any of these men be a keeper?

Moments of hysterical laughter, lots of blue language and tattoos-lots of tattoos and piercings everywhere. Match This! by M.J. Fields is an over the top tale of an over the top girl with an over the top attitude and if not for the supporting characters and perfectly timed comic relief, this would definitely been just a little over the top reading. I’m not sure I got to know Kat, although her mother was a gem!

Entertaining and light reading for those who don’t mind liberally tossed around coarse language.

I received this copy from M.J. Fields in exchange for my honest review.



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