Miss-Match by Aurelia and A. C. Henley

“Before beginning a Hunt, it is wise to ask someone what you are looking for before you begin looking for it.” – Winnie the Pooh.

Even if Clancy had questioned herself as to what or who she was looking for as a potential lover, I doubt that she would have known what she really wanted. Nearing the age of thirty without that special someone in her life, and – surprisingly enough – still a virgin, Clancy finds herself in the hands of Aunty Goldie ,or rather the experienced matchmaker Minerva Goldberg, who decides to throw a new card into the game of love – Carmen Pratka. This certainly throws Clancy for a loop, she is definitely not looking for a woman, but maybe Aunty Goldie is not that far from the truth….

I had a lot of fun following the girls from their first blind date through Clancy’s growing awareness of her attraction to Carmen. You might also like Clancy’s solo venture into the lesbian club scene and her encounter with the big bully Max, who is probably just looking for love but has a rather macho way of showing her affection.

And Carmen, she’s a darling – persistent but not too pushy – and with a need of her own to find true love. Furthermore, she makes you laugh – I mean if that’s something you do while you read – I for one can’t help it!

All in all, a light romance with a lot of humour and a good dialog, I would have liked the story to continue just a little bit longer, but I guess that being left with the possibility to imagine the future for the star players has its own merit. Let the girls take you on a tour down the road to love.

Enjoy your story time!

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One comment

  1. Thanks for this recommendation! I read it last night and absolutely loved it. My wife shot me a few sideways glances because I was laughing out loud.Carmen and Clancy were fantastic.

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