Thursday, February 13, 2014

Playing Cupid by Christine S. Feldman


Book Info-
Series- Heavenly Bite Novellas #3
Genre- Adult Romance
Expected Publication Date- January 31st, 2014

Meddling matchmaker, Gran, keeps trying to set Aimee Beasley up on blind dates with everyone she knows that is single.   When Aimee sees her Gran catching the eye of the neighbor’s uncle, Theodore, she decides to step in and play matchmaker for her Gran.   Making her plans she realizes that she will have to have the help of her neighbor, Doyle, to make this work.   The problem?  Doyle is a thirty something professor who Aimee does not get along with.   For her Gran’s sake she is willing to put aside their differences and make nice with the neighbor. 

My Review:

This is book three of the Heavenly Bites Series, having read each one, I have to say this is my favorite.  As fun as it was watching Gran set up each of the girls with their perfect match, it was just as fun to see the tables turned on Gran and her set up.   Although I have to believe that Gran knew what Aimee was up to and it was all part of Gran’s big plan.  I am sure if I asked her she would tell me this.

Christine S. Feldman writes novellas that manage to tell the whole story in very few pages, but enough pages that you get to sink your teeth into the story and care what is going on.   Playing Cupid is the perfect short story.  I got to connect with the characters and learn their backgrounds, without a lot of the other information that authors sometimes include that leave you feeling that they need to get on with the story.  

If you are looking for a short story I highly recommend this one.  It can be read alone, although the whole series is really worth reading.  

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