Sparkling, clever writing combines with a perfectly imperfect hero and heroine to make Ms. Match (4.5), by Jo Leigh, a breathtakingly wonderful story. Beverly Hills PR exec Paul Bennet meets headhunter Gwen Christopher when her glorious sister Autumn asks him to find a date for Gwen for their parents' anniversary. Gwen is funny and smart, but the ugly duckling in a group of beautiful swans as far as her family is concerned. Paul ends up taking her when the escort falls through, hoping the favor will get him into Autumn's bed. He enjoys himself with Gwen, but she doesn't think she belongs with the stunning Paul and makes assumptions about him based on her rather stupid family. Their journey to love is funny, warm, smart and amazingly believable. A total keeper.