Review: Breaking the Bachelor by Maggie Kelley

Breaking The Bachelor (Smart Cupid #1)

Synopsis

This time, Cupid’s playing dirty…

Goaded by her competition, matchmaker Jane Wright makes a verypublic bet that she can find the “perfect” match for Manhattan's hottest confirmed bachelor—sexy-as-sin bartender Charlie Goodman. Unfortunately, Charlie is also Jane's ex-lover, a man she broke up with on a cocktail napkin. With her company on the line, Jane has no choice but to convince the man of her most impractical dreams to dive back into the dating pool.

Charlie doesn't want to see Jane's business fail. He just wants a little revenge. Determined to prove to Jane that chemistry always beats compatibility algorithms, he plans to drive her crazy with desire...then walk away. And his plan is working. A little too well, actually. Because even as Jane scrambles to calculate Charlie's best match, the heat building between combusts. But Charlie's been so busy outsmarting Cupid that he hasn't noticed he's the naughty cherub's next target...
 

4-Stars Review

Romance is in the air.... This is a funny, cute and sweet romantic novel. A must read for all romance lovers. There are a lot of laugh-out-loud and  swoon worthy moments which will keep the readers so engrossed  that they won't be able to put it down. I loved it.
People who love and be loved in return are luck. Jane and Charlie are two such people. unfortunately they don't know it yet. Both of them are childhood friends and have always been there for each other but when their relation takes a romantic turn things don't go so well and they end up ex-friends.
Now Jane has accepted a bet from her competitor and in a very public way... She must convince Charlie to let her find him true love but what she doesn't know is that he has already found his one and only.