Fortune’s Perfect Match

Title: Fortune’s Perfect Match

Publisher: Harlequin

Imprint: Harlequin Special Edition

Pub Date: June 05, 2012

ISBN: 9780373656738

Author:Allison Leigh

Initially, I thought I wouldn’t be able to stomach this book, as there’s too many characters involved in this story. There’s plenty of extended family members that I need to know about, and how they relates to the main character. But after reading on for a while, I come to notice that the story is not only heart warming, but sexily irresistible too. Well, at least it’s pretty sexy to me. The phone sex is incredible. I find the phone sex scene is quite refreshing in comparison to the intimate moments on the bed itself.

The author made the characters deal with plenty of insecurities issue, and I find it quite an interesting read.

Not a bad read, actually. I enjoyed reading this book, and I’d easily rate it a 4 star out of 5 stars.

I received an ARC of this book from Harlequin Publisher and I was not required to write a positive review out of this book. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this.

Book description:


It seemed as if all the Fortunes were finding love—all of them except Emily. Pretty, poised and smart, the oldest Fortune daughter had given up on Mr. Right and was now looking for Baby Right.

And then she met a man.

No one would ever picture rough-around-the-edges Max Allen with a pampered princess like Emily. The tall, shaggy-haired airport manager had never caught a break in his life. After he’d lost baby Anthony, he vowed never to love another child. And now he’d fallen hard for a polished, sophisticated woman intent on having a baby. Was Max headed for another heartbreak? Or could the well-heeled Ms. Fortune be the one who finally made him whole?

One comment

  1. frans van der star says:


    I did not read the book.

    But indeed telephone sex could be very exiting. It is appealing to your sex fantasies and imaginations. Especially if people’s minds are matching.

    Erotics can generate hormonal speed within the body much more than plain sex.

    Anyway it is another view. Especially most people reject telephone sex because it is so called “not appropriate”. Let us say it is still “in the closet”.

    And if this is described in the book perfectly then it could be surprisingly exciting to read.

    Kind regards

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