There’s just one problem: he doesn’t believe you can make a program for love.
With my future on the line, I set him a challenge: if I can use the app to find his soulmate, he’ll invest in my company. Simple, right?
It turns out, Jack’s cocky attitude pushes my buttons – in all the sexiest, most infuriating ways. My research tells me he’s the absolute worst guy in the world for me… so why can’t I keep my hands off him?
And with my deadline approaching fast, how will I choose between my big break – or a broken heart?
Find out in the latest laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Lila Monroe!
Lucky in Love series:
Gah! This book will make you swoon!
McKenna has come up with the perfect dating app, aptly named Perfect Match. Now, she just needs to get the funding so can officially launch the app. Enter Jack Callahan, investor extrodinaire, noted playboy with sexy as hell English accent and a body that doesn’t quit. McKenna goes to some pretty great lengths (or heights) to get a meeting with Callahan and when she finally does, he shuts her down. She offers a bet, if her app can find him the perfect match within 60 days, he will give her $1 million dollars and become a minority stakeholder. The rest of the story shows just how unexpected love and life can be.
I have read all the books in this series and this is by far my favorite. McKenna and Jack are great. You can’t help but love them both. McKenna’s friends and coworkers are great secondary characters. The book is a little opposites attract, a little bit of forbidden romance and a tiny bit enemies to lovers (but just a tiny bit). I enjoyed the little bit of reluctance on McKenna’s part to get involved with Jack who is her co-worker of sorts. I also really enjoyed the social commentary that Lila Monroe wrote into the story. Jack is hard not to love and I was rooting for him all along. There is some interference from outside sources and for you haters of OM/OW, well, it’s there, sort of, but only as an added twist to the plot and not in an annoying way.
A fun, LOL romance that could your perfect match for a weekend read!