Monday, 19 March 2012

Book Review: Lexy's Little Matchmaker by Lynda Sandoval

Sorry! Another book review, but I've just finished this one rather quickly. (It was only 210 pages).

Lexy's Little MatchmakerLexy's Little Matchmaker by Lynda Sandoval

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I'm in two minds about this book. Although I did enjoy it, and the conflict in it was different, I wasn't sure if I liked the hero and heroine not always being on the same page together.

I'll let it off at the start, (Drew and his son Ian are hiking, and an accident happens, Lexy is the person who answers the 911 call and helps Ian save Drew's life) because it's how they become acquainted. But I think I would have liked to have seen more of them on the page together than I did, and their relationship grow that way.

It did put a lump in my throat at times during the end of the book, so I'm giving it three stars. Two feels a bit mean.

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But this quick read has put me back on target with my 40 a year challenge - Yay!


  1. I think romances at a distance can work quite well. Sleepless in Seattle? Perhaps it's different in book form though.

    You've got me ashamed of my current reading level. I finished a book about a week ago and haven't started a new one yet!

    1. I think because it's a M&B and only 210 pages, I just wanted a bit more hero and heroine togetherness, because when they were together it was lovely to read.

      Bigger books, I'm not so concerned about them being not on the page together, the plot sometimes needs that. Does that make sense?

      I try to read every night if possible... especially Harry Potter for my son, lol!

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  3. For some reason, I'm having terrible trouble with the title of this book. I just can't seem to say it without stumbling.


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