Title: Match Me If You Can
Author: Michele Gorman
Genre: Chick lit, Romance
Pages:216(I read paperback copy, ARC)
Expected publication: January 14th, 2016 by Avon
Author’s page: http://www.michelegorman.co.uk/
Three roommates Catherine, Sarah and Rachel are the smart, young and single woman. They not just live together, but share the same thought about dating that is better be single than dating with some jerks. Catherine own online dating agency with her ex, who informs her that he will getting merry with his twenty and something girlfriend Magda and he ask her to be good with that. Sarah has to care about her sister with Down’s syndrome. Rachel is an architect and she is the concurrent to her ex-boyfriend with whom she works in the same company.
I like how the story in this book flowing, first three chapters are the introduction of the characters without going deeper in the story. Each of the three main characters tells the story of their point of view. Then how the story goes deeper my interest starts to rise on maximum level. I usually don’t like the books written in the third person, but here I find the most interesting story telling, in light, funny way and again I’m confirming that Michele Gorman is one of my favorite authors. I like that the story is told by three mains characters and we have three points of view very well fit in the narrative tone and whole my picture of this book.
The culmination starts when Catherine asks her girlfriends and roommates Sarah and Rachel to join her dating site. The purpose of that dating side is everyone to get one of her/his exes and talk about her/him, about her/his flaws and virtues.
The characters are a modern young woman who balancing between their careers, household, and their love lives. Catharine, Sarah, and Rachel are reflections of the London’s young woman. They are perfect examples for the young woman all around the world.
I highly recommend this book to the chick lit lovers, to everyone who wants light, amusing and engaging books.
This book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Nothing Press Hill and Avon.
My rating 5/5.