Miss Matched by Wendy Million

Published: June 13, 2023

W by Wattpad Books

Pages: 334

Genre: Romantic Comedy

KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.

Wendy Million is a Watty Award winner whose contemporary romances about strong women and troubled men have captivated her loyal readers. She is also the author of the romantic suspense series, The Donaghey Brothers; the NA sports romance, Saving Us, and the contemporary romance, When Stars Fall. When not writing, Wendy enjoys spending time in or around the water. She lives in Ontario, Canada with two beautiful daughters, two cute pooches, and one handsome husband (who is grateful she doesn’t need two of those).

After years of bad dates, Tayla Murphy has decided it’s finally time she found her ideal partner, so she pays a hefty fee for a cutting-edge “soulmate” matching service. But the infallible algorithm must have a serious glitch, because it pairs her with the one man on Earth she never wants to see again: Simon—the man who left her heart in pieces when he broke off their engagement six years ago. Tayla would rather cut her losses, but if she’s going to move forward with her life, she needs the money back.

Then Simon shows up on her doorstep, promising Tayla he can get her a refund by showing the service that the match was wrong. But he wants her to really prove they aren’t meant to be—by dating him for the next month. Even though he thinks the service is a fraud, Simon has been desperate for a second chance with Tayla ever since he messed up their shot at happily-ever-after. They still have an amazing connection, but a lot has happened in the time they were apart. So is this a mismatch or a perfect match?

“Life isn’t about going backward.”

Tayla is spending her savings on her soul mate match. The program boasts 99% accuracy in finding a person’s perfect match. It doesn’t seem risky. When her match turns out to be someone she knows, things get weird.

This was sweet. The idea of a computer program finding your perfect match seems terrifying, though.

I loved Tayla. She was intelligent, fun, and ambitious. Simon was sweet, kind, and brave. Their chemistry was evident, and their witty banter was perfect.

The storyline is unique, relevant, and charming. The pacing was perfect. The plot flowed smoothly, and there was a perfect balance of humor, romance, and drama.

I loved how this story came together at the end. Things don’t have to be perfect to be right. And sometimes the third time is the charm.

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