The Perfect Match by Kristen Higgins

What if the perfect match is a perfect surprise? 


Honor Holland has just been unceremoniously rejected by her lifelong crush. And now—a mere three weeks later—Mr. Perfect is engaged to her best friend. But resilient, reliable Honor is going to pick herself up, dust herself off and get back out there…or she would if dating in Manningsport, New York, population 715, wasn't easier said than done. 

Charming, handsome British professor Tom Barlow just wants to do right by his unofficial stepson, Charlie, but his visa is about to expire. Now Tom must either get a green card or leave the States—and leave Charlie behind. 

In a moment of impulsiveness, Honor agrees to help Tom with a marriage of convenience—and make her ex jealous in the process. But juggling a fianc√©, hiding out from her former best friend and managing her job at the family vineyard isn't easy. And as sparks start to fly between Honor and Tom, they might discover that their pretend relationship is far too perfect to be anything but true love….

Review:
I always love reading Kristen Higgins stories! She always know how to write the perfect romance story. The Perfect Match is the second book to A Blue Heron series. I definitely swoon for Tom because he is sexy British man. Tom is in a difficult situation because he wants to be close to hi stepson but his visa is getting expire. His stepson is the typical teenager. However, Tom finally has a solution to his problems because Honor wants to get marry. Honor definitely feeling down because her ex decided to marry her ex-fest friend and her clock are ticking. She then decides to marry the sexy brit, Tom. They both are solution to their problems that it makes it perfect. But they definitely have hot attraction between them that their "fake" relationship may be a true one since they are falling in love with each other. Good book to read.

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