Thursday, September 22, 2011

review: heartstrings and diamond rings by jane graves

In what came together as a very cute romance, Heartstrings and Diamond Rings finds Alison newly single and contemplating hiring a matchmaker at the behest of a friend. There’s one hitch: the recommended matchmaker has passed away and her grandson is running the business. Brandon presents himself as an established matchmaker who was taught well by his grandma, but Alison is actually his first client and he’s just in it for the money. Although Brandon makes some hilariously bad matches for Alison, she allows him to keep trying and even starts helping him promote the business. The biggest problem is that the two just can’t seem to get over themselves enough to realize what the reader knows from the first moment Alison and Brandon meet: they are each other’s perfect match. They are characters to root for and come to life with the descriptions Jane Graves gives.
Review copy provided by the publisher, Forever.


  1. What a story, I'm there's some humor along the way as they finally discover each other. Looks like a fun read!

  2. Hi, y'all! Just wanted to drop by and say hi. If you pick up a copy of Heartstrings and Diamond Rings, be sure to drop me an email or connect with me on Facebook. I love hearing from readers!

    And thanks a million for such a nice review!