Image of Match Me If You Can (Chicago Stars)


Image of Match Me If You Can (Chicago Stars)
In a family of overachievers, Annabelle Granger is struggling to find her own niche. When her grandmother dies, Annabelle inherits her small matchmaking business—something she thinks she can do. But the only way to successfully launch Perfect for You will be by nabbing a high-profile client.

Sports agent extraordinaire Heath Champion has made it to the top of a ruthless industry. The only thing lacking in his life is the perfect wife. He contracts with another matchmaking service but is intrigued by Annabelle's determined pitch. He decides to pit both agencies against each other.

Heath finds that having Annabelle present at his initial meetings with pros-pective "wives" is calming and efficient. Annabelle, meanwhile, is on a mission to find Heath the perfect match, no matter what—even if it breaks her own heart.

Knowing your heart and mind can be tricky, as this appealing tale easily demonstrates. No one can deliver more charm, warmth and good-hearted fun than Phillips. That all of the old gang from her previous Chicago Stars books are back is just icing on this already terrific cake. (Aug., 400 pp., $24.95)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith