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Publisher Description

Love was never an exact science… 

Rachael Ford’s world is collapsing around her. Not only has her fiancé run off with his in-home care nurse, but her wedding to said low-life is only one month away. Since she’d rather swallow a box full of nails than live up to her family nickname of “Wreck-it Rachael,” she’ll have to find someone to convince her parents she’s no longer the same flakey girl she used to be or run back home with her tail between her legs. 

…but there’s no denying their chemistry. 

Garret Adams can’t seem to figure out what’s wrong with his dating algorithm. He’s tried everything to make sure his company, Organic Chemistry, is the leader in matchmaking, but there’s no denying something is missing. So, when his right-hand employee threatens to leave after her botched engagement, he offers to help her out. He’ll go through with her sham marriage if and only if she agrees to be his science project. The only problem? 

Their attraction is one variable he hadn’t accounted for. 

April 16
The Write Conclusion LLC.
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Susan518 ,

Great story

It was a fantastic fun read. In truth, it should have gotten 5 stars. Why didn't I? The typos. There were also a few sentences that were left open to interpretation because you couldn't figure out what the words were meant to be. It also seems like parts of the story are missing, or the timeframes don't match up leading to the "fake" wedding.

Ruth Ann Nordin ,

Bargaining With The Bride

Good book - try it, you probably will like it!

Akurani ,

So Boring

This book started off promising but went down hill quick. Things just happened so randomly and everything was so nonsensical. The author clearly made up scenarios just to get the story to move forward but nothing links together. I'm honestly not even sure what the plot is. What is Matchware? What is with this merger? Nothing is really explained. Also, other than being physically attracted to each other what do the main characters like about each other? There are two weeks worth of interaction that the author skips over and I guess we're supposed to fill in the blank. I really didn't like Garret either. He seems just as arrogant and annoying as her ex fiancé. What a waste of my life.

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