Mistletoe Match by Lindzee Armstrong

Rating: 1 out of 5.

Pages: 191

Series: No Match for Love, Book 6

Genres: Romance; Christmas; Contemporary: Contemporary Romance; Chick Lit

Publication date: October 24, 2016

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Michelle Collins is on a mission to end animal testing and no matter how irresistible a mystery man might be, he won’t stand in her way. It seems like Christmas magic when she kisses a mysterious stranger under the mistletoe – until she finds out he’s Austin O’Neal, the new marketing director of the company she’s sworn to destroy.

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This was not a book for me. Stances were taken in this story that gave me hope, only to be dashed by unjust stereotypes and false narratives. I understand this is a work of fiction, but sometimes carrying on a false narrative hurts the plotline more than it helps it. The story had promise and fell short.

While that might seem like an extreme stance to take on the book, it’s one that I continue to stand by 7 months after having read this story. I was hoping that this story would surprise me and take a turn for the better, but it didn’t. The other books that I’ve read in this series – Miss Match and Strike a Match were much more my speed than this one was. I’m glad that this wasn’t the first book that I read by Lindzee Armstrong otherwise I might not have picked up another one of her works. As it is, I plan on reading more of Armstrong’s works, even continue on in this series, as I still believe that this story was an exception to my enjoyment of her works.

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Other Review on this series:

  1. Miss Match (Book 1)
  2. Strike a Match (Book 5)

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