Match Me If you Can by Michele Gorman
Published: January 14th
Star Rating: ★1/2
DNF at 40%
That’s how this book has left me. I wanted to like it so badly, but the pace was extremely slow. I felt disconnected with their characters (it’s written in 3rd person) and I didn’t like them very much.
This book follows three friends, Catherine, who owns a match-making site, Sarah, and Rachel. Catherine convinces Sarah and Rachel to join the dating site, but there’s a catch. Their ex-boyfriends have to sign up too.
I just felt that the book was too slow paced. They didn’t even join the website until after 100 pages.
The one thing I did like about this novel was Sarah and her sister, who is in a mental heath care facility. Their relationship was really cute and I looked forward to reading chapters with the two of them. Besides that, Sarah came off as annoying and boring. She was always doubting herself and it frustrated me.
(I recieved an ARC in exchange for an honest review from HarperCollins UK @ NetGalley)
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