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MAKE ME A MATCH
by Diana Holquist

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: MILD

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Peopled with charming characters and containing a fascinating, almost believable, paranormal element, Holquist's novel is pure entertainment from beginning to end. The interaction between the sisters is genuinely depicted, and the relationship developments are a joy to observe. Vivid character descriptions bring them to life, and the author presents a true sense of place.

Cecelia's sister, Amy,
who has the power to hear the
name of anyone's true love, shows
up at her sister's engagement party
to tell Cecelia her true love needs
her -- and it's not her fiance. But
Cecelia doesn't want to find her true
love; she's seen those who have, and
it was dangerous and destructive.

Nevertheless, Amy has her own scheme, and she's determined that
Cecelia will meet him. This is how Cecelia becomes involved with Finn, his daughter Maya and a life of cons and lies she thought she'd left behind her 10 years ago. (Warner Forever, Sep., 368 pp., $6.50)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: Warner Forever

Published: September 2006

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