Publisher Description

She's an expert at making perfect matches. Until she meets hers.

The lonely single men of Seattle have a problem—a shortage of eligible women. Across the county, Manhattan has the opposite problem, a shortage of eligible men. Sexy Seattle billionaire and entrepreneur Lazer Grayson thinks he has the perfect solution. Now all he needs is a little cooperation from Manhattan's premier matchmaker, a beautiful, seductive woman he wants desperately. For a lot more than her matchmaking skills.

Manhattan matchmaker Ashley Harte has never seen the New York marriage market so desperate. With so few men in her matchmaking pool, she has to turn away female clients. Which is very bad for business. And her reputation. Will hot billionaire Lazer Grayson's proposal be her path to matchmaking success? Or will he break her heart?

The first book of the romantic comedy readers have been eagerly waiting for!

Continue in the exciting and romantic world of the Jet City Billionaires…

The Billionaire Matchmaker Series

NOTE: These books end with cliffhangers and must be read in the order listed below. 

1-Lazer Focused

2-Harte Strings

3-Pair Us

4-Dating Lazer

5-Match Point

If you enjoy romantic stories full of humor, laughs, secrets, mysteries, and, of course, hot men, you'll love The Billionaire Matchmaker Series

Don't miss out on the romance! Scroll up and grab a copy today.

Romantic Comedy

Contemporary Romance

Women's Fiction Humorous

Billionaire Romance

27 August
Three Jays Press LLC
Three Jays Press

Customer Reviews

chridar ,

Laser Focused

I found this novel difficult to become involved in as it seemed
so very improbable I could not relate to the story in any way nor to the two main characters. They were both a little too smug about themselves and I kept waiting for a resounding kick in the pants to happen which it did not. Perhaps Part II will have more of a down to earth feel to it.
Linda R.

BekahBek90 ,


This is a good book, don't get me wrong, but I've completely had it with authors diving their books into trilogies, when there is no reason to! What happened to just writing a great full length novel? It's frustrating to me as a buyer, especially when there is no stipulation at the end of the blurb that this isn't a complete story. I'd prefer to buy one whole complete book, then get the first free and then the rest in bits and pieces.

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