From New York Times bestselling author Kristen Ashley comes the new book in her River Rain Series, Making the Match.
Decades ago, tennis superstar Tom Pierce and “It Girl” Mika Stowe met at a party.
Mika fell in love. Tom was already in love with his wife. As badly as Tom wanted Mika as a friend, Mika knew it would hurt too much to be attracted to this amazing man and never be able to have him.
They parted ways for what they thought would be forever, only to reconnect just once, when unspeakable tragedy darkens Mika’s life.
Years later, the impossible happens.
A time comes when they’re both unattached.
But now Tom has made a terrible mistake. A mistake so damaging to the ones he loves, he feels he’ll never be redeemed.
Mika has never forgotten how far and how fast she fell when she met him, but Tom’s transgression is holding her distant from reaching out.
There are matchmakers in their midst, however.
And when the plot has been unleashed to make that match, Tom and Mika are thrown into an international intrigue that pits them against a Goliath of the sports industry.
Now they face a massive battle at the same time they’re navigating friendship, attraction, love, family, grief, redemption, two very different lives lived on two opposite sides of a continent and a box full of kittens.
Can’t read full book
I pre ordered , paid and got notification that the book was ready but it is only half the first chapter then stops. Looking forward to Apple Books figuring this out and fixing the issue so I can read it. I’m a big Kristin Ashley fan….
Making The Match
After each of the first two books. I swore it was my favorite. This book is by far my favorite!!!!! I didn’t realize how much I needed to know that Tom would be okay. I’m excited for the next book and the one after that and the one after that……..
Lighter than usual
I love me some KA, but this one was a little anti-climactic. I did LOVE Tom finding love and reading this felt like a much needed therapy session haha But it also has me super excited for the next book(s) as it felt like it set up multiple future stories.