Frederica Brubaker has never had a second date.
As for the reasons—that's tough for even Freddie to understand. It's not like she's a two-headed monster.
Sometimes, she thinks the idea of "dates" is outdated. Sometimes, she's not sure if her method of counting is remotely legit. Even so, she'll know when she has one—a second meeting where the chemistry and connection are still strong. Most days, she thinks she has mutated DNA, passed on by her mother Felicity O'Hara, who is on her fourth-possibly-fifth husband, unable to hang on to a man, despite being the star of the reality TV show The Matchmaker.
In the summer following her college graduation, Freddie takes a job on the show as a Production Assistant to make ends meet until she can find a job in her field. She absolutely, positively does not want to be a guest on the show, even if a certain squisito Italian guest has caught her eye. Meanwhile, her mother—a diva since childbirth—has other ideas, which involve finding a second date and the perfect match for Freddie.
Miss Matched is an irresistible, feel-good romantic comedy that will appeal to fans of reality shows like The Bachelor and Love Island.