The Time Traveling Matchmaker #Review @Janie_Emaus @WildRosePress #NetGalley

I received a copy of this book via NetGalley and the publisher, The Wild Rose Press. The opinions expressed here are strictly my own.

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The book cover was the first thing that attracted me to this story. Then the blurb sucked me in. Also, Janie Emaus is a fellow Wild Rose Press author, and I love supporting others.

This book is different from anything I’ve ever read. I loved the story concept of an organization whose purpose is to bring soulmates together, even if it involves traveling backward or forward in time.

I’ll admit it took me a few chapters to really get invested in the story. The pace starts slow but steady. However, around the mid-mark, things pick up and shift into high gear.

Jessica Singleton isn’t looking for love. In fact, quite the opposite. She’s recovering from a bad breakup and sworn off men. She’s putting all her energy into writing screenplays and working in a coffee shop.

That is until a mysterious stranger shows up with a shimmering trenchcoat and a disturbing disappearing act. Of course, she has no idea what to make of the strange events that occur whenever the stranger is around. And she has no idea she’s been chosen to be a soulmate for an unknown man named Frank.

But the tables turn when sparks fly between Jessica and the time-traveling matchmaker, Renn. Once it becomes obvious that a mistake has been made and Renn and Jessica are the true soulmates, the entire organization and the greed and corruption that’s spawned begin to unravel.

There are so many great scenes once Jessica discovers Renn is from another space in time. Then there’s a tie-in with Jessica’s deceased mother and her father, who is still alive.

If you like a romance where sparks do more than fly, with a different sort of twist, you’ll enjoy this book from Janie Emaus.

I rated this book 3.5 stars and rounded it up to 4 for Amazon and Goodreads.

23 thoughts on “The Time Traveling Matchmaker #Review @Janie_Emaus @WildRosePress #NetGalley

  1. What an interesting premise that match-making may happen in mismatched times. I’d love to time travel. πŸ™‚ Thanks for introducing me to Janie and her book, Jan. Great review. I enjoyed your thoughts on the read.

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    1. It was different from anything I’ve read before, Harmony. That is saying a lot when considering the number of books I’ve read. πŸ™‚ Thanks for stopping by!

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