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The Matchmaker, a novel: Clean New Adult Contemporary Romance Fiction (The Matchmaker Project series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I am also so very glad to see more GOOD CHRISTIAN WRITING coming from a man's perspective ... and as I said, I really enjoyed the story. It ANNOYED the daylights out of me! And the more annoyed I became, the more I had to keep putting it away! Then, after stewing for a while, I had to keep going back to read a little more to see just how thick-sculled and clueless Ollie really was, while I tried to make out more in the way of understanding the rest of the characters and their personalities and what might have been going on even just a little bit in their lives ergo: D, Mitch, Richie, Joy, Anne, and yes, even more regarding Sparks. I really think Sparks needed a little more to be said describing his personality, because really, accident, injury and all, he seemed like a sad and lonely guy himself, who appeared friendless and found a way to live and have friends albeit temporary and vicariously through those people he would choose to help! I thought that was truly sad..
Now as to Ollie, well, even being good-natured can wear thin and grate on one's nerves when a person keeps acting dumb!!! And Ollie acted dumb! He did however, have a good heart going for him. And, even though he kept trying to blame everything and everyone else for his defeats and losses, and crying over and over again the 'poor me' whinny 'oh boo-hoo-hoo sob woes, deep down inside, he really did care about others besides himself felt, ergo: Greg and Marie ... and Joy and Lynn! This part of Ollie's characteristics slipped out every so often for those of us who were 'perceptive' enough and were looking for it ... that we could and would 'see' it if we really 'noticed' all of what was going on throughout the story. If we (all of us readers) did so, then we would have seen it ... and yeah, that included 'seeing' the ... "Lynn" thing happening, slowly, right from the start! Lynn 'saw' it. She saw that side of Ollie early on! ... Didn't she now Mr Simion?! You sly old hound-dog you!!! Maybe us females have you males tagged all wrong!!!! Maybe you DO GOT GOOD PERIPHERAL and DEPTH-PERCEPTION View ... every bit as good as us gals!!! Thanks For A Good Story ... Looking Forward To More Like It!!! Keep Christian Writing On!!!!
This is a fun, entertaining read! I find it interesting to read clean romance novels from a male perspective. Ollie was far from being the perfect guy which made the story realistic; he actually starts out not being very likable. Having someone like Sparks around, not so realistic, but entertaining to read. Their relationship made me laugh a lot. Sparks helps Ollie with his love life but makes Ollie work for it and doesn't hand him all the answers.
Ollie does some things he doesn't want to and starts a job he's not thrilled with but through doing those things, I saw Ollie grow and change and become more likable. Ollie had a lot to juggle and it seemed like all he accomplished was to make a mess of everything. The romance took a turn that I wasn't expecting and I loved the ending! It's satisfying and I'm looking forward to learning more about Sparks in book two!
I received a copy of this book to review. My opinion is 100% my own.