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AMAZING. I love Mimi and her mad mind. Got hooked from start to end with this fabulous crazy love story.~ GoodReads reviewer - Lindsay
Mimi Jean is a master at hooking you into a story so you lose sleep trying to read the whole book in one sitting, laughing until your family thinks you are going crazy, and making you swoon in general for these characters. ~ GoodReads reviewer - Mary goodreads.com/review
About the Author
Although she obtained her international MBA and worked for over 15 years in the corporate world, she believes that it's never too late to come out of the romance closet and follow your dream.
When not screaming at her computer or hosting her very inappropriate radio show (Man Candy Show on Radioslot.com), Mimi spends time with her two pirates in training, her loco-for-the-chili-pepper Mexican hubby, and her rat terrier, DJ Princess Snowflake, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
She continues to hope that her books will inspire a leather pants comeback (for men) and that she might make you laugh when you need it most.
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This is the first book of the Mortal Matchmaker series and let me tell you, it’s a real doozy! Cimil is now a MOM to not one, not two, not even three but FOUR babies and if juggling the lives of four little ones isn’t enough she and Zac must pay their penance by matching up one hundred immortals. Until that time they are banished from their realm and must live on Earth. There first victim, I mean client hasn’t even signed up for a match but Cimil has already found his mate, or has she? You never know when dealing with Camil and now that her powers have been taken away her visions aren’t always correct but then again, when were they ever?
If this is your first book by Mimi Jean, boy are you in for a treat. It’s a spin off from the Accidental Series which features Gods and Goddess’ finding love after thousands of years and trying to save the world from the apocalypse. It’s does end on a somewhat cliff hanger but not really. Andrus’ story actually does have a HEA but the “cliff hanger” is actually part of the next story because Mimi Jean is evil and likes to give you a tiny little glimpse of what’s to come but then make you suffer for months and months on end for her next story to come out, in this case it will not be until May of 2016! UGH!!! Even though she is obviously evil, I’ve loved each and every one of her stories and hopefully you will as well. Happy reading!!!
It's terribly unfortunate: I want to like this book. It has so many features I was hoping to find. I genuinely like PNR, but the childish language throughout was a turnoff for me. The dialogue is inorganic, and lazy writing repeatedly broke my immersion and rapidly overshadowed the brief moments of good writing (like Andrus discovering that something is not right with his 'teacher' was well done, but not long after the characters reunited, it devolved again.) The twist towards the end of the book kind of lost me, and Cimil's effort at being a character that I might be able to accept for what she's meant to be still seems shallow and forced. It might just be that I need mental stimulation to really enjoy a book, and I feel hollow after reading this- like standing in a room full of chattering teenagers who are talking about nothing.
I may wind up purchasing Tommaso- it seems to have a better premise... I love PNR. I really REALLY want to like this author. What bits of imagery that I could visualize were wonderful, and what snippets I've gathered from the next book seem better, but I'm a little scared of further disappointment.
“No worries,” he said, with a slightly accented voice as deep as the ocean and as silky as her black panties. Panties? What panties? Hers had just melted off. – Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. (Book 1 – Andrus)
Mimi Jean Pamfiloff is a paranormal romance (PNR) author that never disappoints. She writes the type of PNR that has readers smiling and laughing one moment, and cursing and making stabby motions the next. I always enjoy the rollercoaster of emotion that her stories take me on, right up until the moment they end. I think all her fans have been especially excited about this newest series, which ties nicely into the fabulous Accidentally Yours series.
Immortal Matchmakers (Book 1 – Andrus) focuses on former assassin Andrus Gray and waitress and aspiring actress Sadie Townsend. Fans will remember Andrus from the Accidentally Yours series, but newcomers need not be concerned – the tale stands alone quite well. Andrus is definitely not your typical dark and dangerous alpha male, but seems to have a little bit more of everything, including ego. Who reads fiction to experience the typical, anyway? We are looking for the abnormal, the unique, and the something different…and this author delivers.
Sadie wanted to kick the man in his beautiful face, but it was way, way up there. The guy was like six six or something. – Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. (Book 1 – Andrus)
Sadie is a waitress working hard to support herself while trying to get her break as an aspiring actress. When things start to sour and it looks like a return home might be in her very near future, an unexpected and strange offer comes from her agent. Coach someone on manners for major bank? Sign her up. Sadie realizes that she will have her hands full the moment Andrus answers his door.
Throw in a bloodthirsty and invisible unicorn, insane gods and goddesses playing matchmaker, and paranormal entities intent on death and mayhem and you have a fantastic beginning to this new series.