Mix 'n Match
(No Match For Love #3)
by Lindzee Armstrong
Publish Date: July 27, 2016
Published by: Snowflake Press
Source: Author in exchange for
How Many Stars? 5
Disclaimer: minor spoilers if you haven't read the previous books in this series.
Synopsis: Fire and ice aren't supposed to mix.
For Zoey Carlson, being maid of honor is more than she bargained for. The groom is a billionaire, the bride is hounded by the press, and the super-secret wedding is across the ocean in France. Zoey will do anything to keep away the media - even spend two weeks wedding planning in Paris with Mitch, the uptight best man who drives her crazy.
For Mitch, keeping the press away is about more than making sure his best friend has a perfect wedding - it's his job. And as far as he's concerned, chaotic and spontaneous Zoey is an attractive liability.
When a reporter follows them to France, Zoey and Mitch must work together to make their best friends' wedding day paparazzi-free while fighting their growing attraction to each other. Can these two opposites admit they're not so different and build a life together?
My Scribbles: This book has me conflicted. Until this point, Brooke and Luke were my favorite. They were like Ken and Barbie. The perfect couple. They're essentially the patriarchs of this story, the love story that started it all. Then there was Andi and Ben. I liked them. But now . . . now there's Zoey and Mitch. Fire and Ice. And while I'm not quite prepared to push Brooke and Luke off my favorite couple pedestal, look out guys because Zoey and Mitch are making their way up!
I loved Zoey! Her personality is so spontaneous and entertaining. Seeing her and Mitch clash throughout the story, you just know something is going to come of it. They fight and then they get all flirty and then they're back to fighting again. It was so entertaining to see how they tried so hard to convince themselves that they weren't good for each other because of their differences. Who was the one who said "opposites attract"? Well, with Zoey and Mitch, it's so true! They couldn't be more opposite but you can feel the attraction.
I cried at the end of this book. Sitting at work, trying to look like I didn't have tears in my eyes over a book. But yes, I did. This one is definitely in the running for Best Book of 2016!