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The Matchmaker's Mark by Regan Black

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Regan Black is known for crafting dark, edgy, action-packed paranormal romance and urban fantasy novels. The Mathcmaker's Mark proves she has an equal talent for writing on the lighter side of paranormal romance.

"A rare, light-hearted paranormal romance that will be loved by fans of both Nora Roberts and Kresley Cole." Jordan, beta reviewer


When you're 'more' than human, finding your soulmate isn't as easy as answering a few quesitons online. It's best to track down Campbell Consulting, a.k.a. the Matchmaker.

In Charleston, South Carolina half-elf Lily has a birthmark her elders vow is a mystical promise of true love. So far she's yet to encounter Mr. Right in either the elf or human realms.

Dare, a wood elf, has led the Matchmaker's security team for years. In town on a simple errand, when the Matchmaker disappears his future is turned inside out.

And Amy Campbell is a completely human English professor about to discover the true magic of the family business...


Regan Black is the author of JUSTICE INCARNATE, INVASION OF JUSTICE, VEIL OF JUSTICE, TRACKING SHADOWS, as well as numerous short stories.

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Goodreads Summary

This was a cute novel, a reader who enjoys romance will not be disappointed.  The characters are are interesting, the match making part is a unique twist.  Lily could get a little bit too inquisitive at times, but she's a likable character.  The love interest is charismatic, handsome, and generally a fun character to read about.  The reader will enjoy watching their relationship grow and develop.
  The author writes very smoothly, there aren't any choppy transitions.  The reader will be left with questions, but it can be something to look forward to in the next books.  The plot is very intriguing, can't say too much about it without giving something away.  The author handles the idea of elves and match-making very well, almost makes the concepts believable to the reader.  The ending was sweet and satisfying.  This book is recommended to adult readers.

5 Stars


  1. Laurie-J said...:

    Super review, Krystal! This is one I don't want to miss - it sounds like a load of fun!!

  1. Suz said...:

    Great review! This sounds like a great, light book that would be fun to read! Thanks for the info!

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