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Mia's best friend Robyn is known for her matchmaking skills, which is perfect, because homecoming is just around the corner. But Robyn refuses to set Mia up with the guy of her dreams, which forces Mia to take matters into her own hands. She uses Robyn's matchmaking service to make sure popular Vince Demetrius falls for her.

Vince asks her out, but Mia doesn't count on Logan, the persistent school newspaper photographer who seems to like her out of the blue. Now she has to choose between Vince - the guy she knows is right for her - and Logan, who insists that she give him a chance. And she needs to make sure Robyn doesn't find out that Mia's been matchmaking behind her back.

Mia has two weeks before homecoming. Can she fix the mess she made or will she have to kiss her perfect match goodbye forever?

288 pages, Hardcover

First published January 8, 2019

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Tiana Smith

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Tiana Smith is a web designer turned novelist who grew up in the Rocky Mountains. She graduated from Westminster College with double degrees in Honors and English with a focus in creative writing. In her spare time she’s learning sign language with her hard of hearing husband and she volunteers with special needs individuals attending the bi-weekly activities for Utah County’s SNAP program.

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Author 8 books350 followers
December 15, 2022
This was a fun light beach read. Maya has a crush on soccer team hottie Vince. Maya’s friend Robin has a matchmaking service (these guys are all in high school, so this is kind of a take with a grain of salt thing, but it’s still cute), where she has people email her their preferences, and she pairs them off. The trouble? Robin doesn’t think Maya+Vince=💕 She wants to pair Maya with Logan, who Maya can’t stand. From this point, we can all guess what’s coming, because romance follows certain tropes, and that’s half the fun. But the fun in this one is watching how Maya manages to manipulate and tangle herself up in a mess, trying to force the hand of fate.

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595 reviews817 followers
January 8, 2019
4.5 stars

I am always a sucker for adorable contemporaries, and Tiana Smith’s debut did not disappoint!

I guess what I liked the most about Match Me If You Can was how relatable it was. Even though Mia is going through way more drama than I’ve ever gone through, I’ve ~heard~ of drama like this (real life love triangles!!!) happening and I think it’s really fitting.

And before y’all cringe at the love triangle part, it’s not 100% what I’d call a love triangle–more like a case of indecision and getting stuck in situations that you have to follow through with. Yes, Mia does struggle choosing between Mia and Logan, but the way Smith presents this in Match Me If You Can is something that I greatly appreciated, as it felt really true and real?

Like, Mia isn’t indecisive to the point that everyone is smacking their heads on the wall–she’s indecisive in that real way that yes, she is indecisive and it’s influenced by more than just which guy is hotter or even just the guys themselves. It’s influenced by her best friend Robyn and her matchmaking service, by the drama going around school, by one of her kinda-friends Elena and the rumors she’s publishing in the school column.

That is what makes Match Me If You Can and its high school drama and love-triangle-but-not-quite so real: that teens make decisions not just because of one factor, but from a whole slew of factors from friends and gossip and other people and stress.

And beyond just Mia’s decision between Vince and Logan, I think Smith did a fantastic job of juggling so many aspects of Mia’s life that real teens do have to deal with, and not compromising the story arcs of each element. From the journalism competition to the romance to the multiple friendship problems, I think everything was balanced really well and Smith managed to develop all this to a satisfactory extent without making anything feel underdeveloped, which is a huge feat given that this book is less than 300 pages!

I think the juggling in this story–both Mia juggling factors in her decision making to Smith juggling Mia’s life–was done so well and I’m really excited to see more from Smith because of it, given her knack for doing this critical thing that so many contemporaries need.

And beyond that–this book was just so cute and fluffy and feel-good? Like, yes, Mia is adequately stressed that I believe she is real, but also the romance was adorable and Logan was a nice love interest and the drama was spicy without being stressful.

I just got so many good vibes from this book and it made me happy without being without a plot and without stress on the characters. From the matchmaking business to Mia’s own drama, I though the concept was adorable.

What made this a 4 stars and not higher for me is because I still wanted more. Yes, I think Smith satisfactorily gave us the closure and arcs to the plot that we wanted, but I was really looking for it to be fleshed out more.

I felt like Mia herself didn’t change as much as I wanted her to? I know she learned ~things~ but I feel like there was more left in her journey/romance that wasn’t touched on, and I with this was longer (darn Swoon Reads and their short books).

But overall, Match Me If You Can was an awesome light read that let me just settle down with a fun book and enjoy the story! I definitely recommend if you’re looking for a book to take your mind off life and just enjoy the fun fluff!

Thank you so much to Tiana Smith and Swoon Reads for sending me an advance reader’s copy in exchange for an honest review!

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630 reviews822 followers
February 3, 2019
3.5/5 stars

Think about every teen movies you watched in your life mixed them up together and you find the results in this book.

Overal this was cute, fast paced, very enjoyable but consisted of too much teen drama.
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506 reviews225 followers
January 20, 2019
I possibly-definitely may have added another book boyfriend to my list.

Logan, Logan, Logan...


Aaaaaaaaaaaaaah! What a breath of fresh air Match Me If You Can is! It started strong. It may have begun shattering Mia’s perfect world on the wrong foot but definitely not in my point of view. Hahaha! I always have been a huge fan of haters to lovers trope then Smith thrown in more elements that made it so much more enthralling as it the plot thickens.


From page one, the writing for me works and is compelling. It captivated my attention in a jiffy. Heck, my cousins visited that weekend when I began reading this and I was not able to tear away my eyes off my e-reader. They eventually left me to watch a movie because I was grinning too much.

To some romance is a cliche but I believe romance is the most difficult thing to write; it is tricky to draw readers attention but done right? well, you’ll find one sucked deep into it, flipping pages until there’s the last. And that what happened with Match Me If You Can. The writing came out in a swoosh, the personality of the book come out naturally. The book alone, the characters is entirely different.

The characters take us into different dimensions, at times there came a point it felt flat. Nevertheless, they are of nothing forced of a persona. They pop out like they are their own. I find them all effortless and wrapped up with their own game. Motivated by their angst believingly, fulfilling the norm that exists in high school. Or breaking that stigma.

Another thing to like is the character development, Mia’s character from a state of mind seemingly superficial and can be a bit uptight and the transformation, it was a pleasure to witness. Logan, he’s not only painted as that ideal likeness of stereotype. That one would swoon over for. Robyn, Elena, Mia’s friends. I was stressing over them through in a good way. Vince, the school jock, had shown a little more than what I thought he would be.

It’s something we had seen before in books and movies. However, the twist here still managed to woo me, winning me over really good. It may strike some as predictable, and it is but it took turns on another journey before truly hitting the nail of predictability you were expecting. And I think that’s what made this one unique and refreshing.

Match Me If You Can’s pacing is fitting to its voice, it’s engaging as a whole. The plot’s turn of events and the romance movement is right about. I believe that one would find the romance here playing out like their favorite romantic comedy movie. And I know everyone has their one guilty pleasure.

Ready your book-crush list because you may add one in there! Seemingly so, I haven’t read or seen it yet but it’s been said that this is a YA Retelling of A Midsummer’s Night Dream.

If you are looking for a fluffy read, if you just want to swoon over someone, if you want to break your face from smiling, I recommend Match Me If You Can!


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202 reviews1 follower
February 7, 2019
This is one of the worst books I have ever read. I try very hard, even when I don't like a book, to find things that I can use to recommend it to people. There is nothing about this book that would make me recommend it to anyone, other than to say don't read it.

The situations were trite, and forced making things occur that were unrealistic and over blown. I couldn't understand how there would be a scene where her friends were shit to her but it still worked out with a cute little ribbon. Then I saw that the author was a huge fan of Disney and it all made sense. This book read like a Disney middle school show, where I could hear the stale laugh track where the author felt we should be like, "Oh you so silly...."

Dumb book, would not recommend.
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3,430 reviews234 followers
December 17, 2018
Trying to beat her bestie's matchmaking system, Mia goes over her head to ensure at least one date with her crush, Vince. But, looking good on paper doesn't necessarily translate to a love match, and Mia learned that the hard way.

Five things I loved

1. This was a hate-to-love romance, which is always pleasing for me. Although I feel like there was some history missing, I did enjoy the tension between Mia and Logan. I loved the way he was always able to push her buttons to get her adorably flustered.

2. Mia's goal was to get a date to the homecoming dance, and apparently, this was a big deal at their school. Because of that, I was treated to a few fabulous grand-gesture type dance-posals, which delighted me.

3. There's a lot of rom-com in this this book. Mia really made a hot mess of everything, and it spilled out in a chain of high school hijinks, which were quite amusing.

4. I have no idea what was wrong with Mia, because I was #TeamLogan all the way. He came off as a real laidback guy without a care in the world, but he slowly revealed there was a lot more to him, than Mia originally thought. Aside from that, I found he was one of the more honest characters in the book, and he may have resorted to some subterfuge, but he still couldn't even fully commit to it. If that wasn't enough, those treehouse scenes and the way he interacted with his younger sister should have sold him as the top choice in the competition for Mia's heart.

5. I know you will see this book referred to as "fluffy", because it was a fun and light read, but it also explored the idea of looking beyond the surface and finding the real person underneath. Vince might have been Mr. Golden Boy, but Logan possessed many qualities, which he kept under wraps, and made him just as golden.

Overall: A charming, "fluffy" romance, which contained the perfect balance of humor, drama, and swoons.

*ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

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558 reviews134 followers
January 6, 2019
3.5 stars. I have to say I am a tad bit disappointed in this one. Based on the synopsis it was tailor made to what I look for in a YA romance. Unfortunately it fell a little flat. Robyn, Mia and Elena (the main characters) often felt stiff and their motivations constantly changing. I like how the author set up the initial plot but found that it got weaker as the story went on. There were just a lot of plot and character issues in my opinion to warrant even a 4 star read. Even though this reading experience wasn't my favorite I would still pick up another book by this author!

I would recommend this to those who enjoy YA contemporary but it's definitely not my favorite in the genre. If you would like a YA contemporary debut that deals with similar themes then I would highly recommend Kissing Max Holden by Katy Upperman.
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Author 2 books314 followers
July 24, 2018
MATCH ME IF YOU CAN is everything I need in a YA contemporary romance. The back and forth tension between Mia and Logan, the cute, but too-flirty-for-her newspaper photographer is spot-on, and Mia's betrayal of her matchmaking friend's trust feels so real. It's filled with wit and poignancy, believable characters, and an effortless writing style that kept me turning the pages. LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT!
583 reviews6 followers
November 7, 2018
If I hadn't had to professionally review this book I wouldn't have read past the first three lines. God awful writing, cliche, saccharine sweet and naive but not at all charming. Cloying protagonist whose stupidity boggles the mind. Far better, more charming novels available so give this one a wide berth.
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204 reviews5 followers
August 23, 2018
The characters were cliche and the plot was too predictable. I kept wanting to skip to the end because it didn't hold my interest.
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277 reviews4 followers
January 5, 2020

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𝐌𝐚𝐭𝐜𝐡 𝐌𝐞 𝐈𝐟 𝐘𝐨𝐮 𝐂𝐚𝐧 𝐛𝐲 𝐓𝐢𝐚𝐧𝐚 𝐒𝐦𝐢𝐭𝐡 ⁣
4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⁣

With high school homecoming approaching Mia is nervous about being dateless when she’s been dedicating all her time to writing articles for her school newspaper. Mia has had her eye on a certain popular athlete named Vince as her date though. Mia’s best friend started a match making business that has become a huge deal for this high school, and she’s had 100% success rate. So Mia tries to convince her bestie to hook her up with the popular, very attractive athlete Vince through her matchmaking business. Mia thinks Vince is soooo perfect on paper but by surprise she finds herself being matched with someone she didn’t expect...someone who’s the complete opposite of herself, Logan. Logan is an arty type, kind of nerdy, not super popular, but he’s a total sweetheart. And he’s had a crush on Mia for a while now. Mia tries to convince her bestie to match her with Vince and even forces herself to date him, but finds that the more time she spends with Logan, the real sparks fly ✨ ⁣

This book was realllllllllll cute! First of all I love the match making trope. I think it’s super fun especially for a high school age! I wish when I was in high school there was someone to do this because I think it’d be really fun to see who everyone would be matched with! I really liked Logan. He’s just 🙌🏻 I liked that he was really flirty and his small gestures he makes with Mia they are so swoon worthy! There’s something really fun about high school love and flirting 💗 & I just really enjoyed this one! It was cute, fun, and light! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁣⁣

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197 reviews12 followers
October 27, 2019
Such a shallow read for me. Though I was looking for a light read after a thriller, I found it more bothersome to read this because every thing was just surface level. It was like an unedited Wattpad story. In all honesty, first page got me saying, "wtf am i reading? well hopefully it gets better." Sadly, it did not.
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355 reviews10 followers
May 20, 2020
1.5 stars
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WhErE dO i EvEN sTaRt?
Inside the pages of this book contained some of the most LIFELESS, UNREALISTIC, STATIC group of characters I have ever read about. Mia, the main character, is a delusional, dimwitted, annoying character that does nothing but nag and frustrate the reader and characters around her throughout the entire story. Elena is a rude b!@%(h that how no grasp on common sense and constantly creates unnecessary drama. Like when she pulled the fire alarm. Or threw pudding at Mia? Uhh.... And Robyn! One of the moth apathetic, inaccurately neutral characters to ever be written into existence. The male interests... Vince and Logan? Sure, Logan was likeable. Whatever. He still had zero depth to him. Vince? HA. A complete tool. And the fight they got into? Cuz that made sense. Did anything in the book like up? No, not really. Other than the fact that almost every character was equally hateable and needed to be diagnosed with a mental disease.

I am a high school students, and I will vouch for other high school students when i tell you... THIS BOOK IS NOTHING LIKE HIGH SCHOOL! If you have ever had the pleasure (and when i say pleasure i really mean hellish and traumatic experience) of going through high school, you know that kids never
a)start successful match-making businesses that students actually trust and participate in
b) ask a date to homecoming publicly just because said matchmaker suggested so
c) believe that they must have found their soulmate through a fellow student "matchmaker" and put gallons of effort into a HIGH SCHOOL RELATIONSHIP like they're looking for an immediate spouse. I mean. CMON. The majority of high school male to female contact in high school can safely and definitely be labeled a hookup at best. This is not Match.com. I really do not know what high school Tiana Smith attended. I would love to hear about her high school relationships.

This book just consistently irked me, time after time. I thought it would be a cute, easy read, maybe something like Kasie West. To compare this atrocity to Kasie West is a crime.'

I will say... the cover is stunning. But Tiana Smith most likely had no role in that. Also... WTF DID THE COVER HAVE TO DO WITH THE STORY...nothing. Onto A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, which i happily purchased today at full price, which is soomething I never do but HAD to do because THE HUNGER GAMES> it better leave this Matchmaker bullcrap in the dust.
April 26, 2020
This is an easy, fluffy, predictable story. It's not emotionally hard hitting or deep, and feels so shallow that it reads more like a middle grade book (or upper middle grade if that's a thing). The writing style is plain and the lack of character development makes it hard to care for or sympathize with the characters. This IS NOT a good example of YA contemporary.

If you're looking for a mind numbing book, or want a quick, unmemorable read, I'd recommend this one.
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1,528 reviews89 followers
February 5, 2019
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This was honestly such an adorable book! I somehow managed to finish the entire book in one sitting which I haven’t done in such a long time. I think this testaments to how good of a book this was.

Match Me If You Can is a very cute YA contemporary novel with all of the fluffiness that one should want. I also think that Logan can be my next book boyfriend because he is literally so adorable and the amount of effort that he put in to win over Mia was everything. Where can I find a Logan in real life?

I think the best part of this book was how relatable it was despite it being overly cute (a good thing!) and the love triangle. The author did a fabulous job with balancing all of the different parts of their lives (i.e. school, journalism competition, friendship and of course, romance) that everything really made sense.

Mia did take some time being indecisive in terms of which guy she wanted but I think that was mostly because of all of the factors that were taking place. Even though, personally, I thought that Logan was the obvious choice but then again, they also had this history which made Mia very wary of how sincere he was. It also made me feel that she, too, was sincere because she took her time to figuring out both guys to ultimately come with her decision.

The friendship was also really well portrayed in this book. I loved the friendship between Mia and Robyn. It was clear how close they were despite the fact that one of them (ahem, Mia) went behind the back of the other to utilize the matchmaking service and how despite that, they were still able to make up pretty quickly after that and still work together to figure things out. That is pure friendship goals right there, I think.

Overall, this was such an adorable book and I can’t believe that this is her debut novel! If that’s the case then I think we can expect some pretty adorable contemporaries from her in the future!
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1,864 reviews417 followers
January 9, 2019
This book grabbed me from the very first page. It was cute and funny, and in a lot of ways, very realistic for teenagers. There was a point late in the book when I was thinking how much drama the characters were adding to the whole thing, but I can't complain about a teen book having teens acting like teens. I do feel like Mia should have caught on to the fact that Vince was probably meant to be with her friend Elena, but sometimes teens are pretty self-absorbed and her not seeing past what she wanted and all the trauma that was happening to her totally makes sense. On the one hand, Logan was totally what people say about how the boys tease the girls they like and pick on them. But on the other hand, he was definitely so much fun and I don't know how Mia hadn't gotten any little inkling of interest in him before. I understand too when there is that perfect guy you're dreaming of, Vince, that it is often hard to see anyone else, especially if it seems like what you've been wishing for is finally coming true. I get helping her friend Robyn out, but in a way I hate that Robyn didn't tell Mia about the competition to try for. One thing I did wonder about though, with her dad having a way for her to get some journalism experience, wasn't there anything else to help her that way with her goals of becoming a journalist? I was a bit surprised her dad had never thought of that before. While I know it was teenagers and I mentioned before the extra drama is normal, I have to wonder if guys would be like Logan was at the end. Their pride and all that. Anyway, it was a page-turner, so hard to put it down, and another that I was lucky enough to have lots of extra time and almost read in a day!
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169 reviews427 followers
January 31, 2019
What a cute book! The author has a gift for teen drama, the tensions of romance, and how to draw complex and believable characters - but the real gem is all the hidden references to Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream! It took me a few pages to catch on (probably until the first mention of Principal Egeus... not a name you hear everyday), but once I did, reading this book became a delightful treasure hunt. Between the mismatched couples, Robyn's almost-magical gift for pairing people, and the hidden character names (I chuckled with every reference to "Tania" and "Ron's" on-again, off-again relationship) - the story was a riot!

Note to high school English teachers out there: It would be a really fun classroom activity for those budding literature aficionados to read this after studying the Shakespeare play. Draw a modern parallel. Just saying! I would have gone crazy for that kind of thing as a teenager.

As far as the love story goes - yes, please! I adored watching Mia realize how perfect Logan was for her through the course of the book. That scene in the treehouse... so sweet! If you want a clean, fun, probably-more-clever-than-you-even-realize teen love story - THIS IS IT!
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328 reviews60 followers
January 7, 2019
Match Me If You Can is a drama-filled pageturner. This romantic, fast-paced story is driven by a pure drama-llama high schooler by the name of Mia. Mia is a good student and a cautious person, but when it comes to crushes and finding the “perfect” homecoming date, Mia makes some life-changing decisions that creates a pile-up of white lies and messy hearts.

I found Match Me if You Can to be very reminiscent of 90s romance movies, so obviously I couldn’t stop turning the page to see how the story ends. And once the main character starts creating a mess of her love and social life, friendships start to falter, emotions become tangled, and Mia begins questioning her feelings between two guys. I thought the frenzy that Mia causes would sway me away from the story, but actually I was enamored by her narrative and finding out how everything would unfold.

If you are a fan of goofy guys, dating shenanigans, and 90s romcoms, I highly recommend that you read Match Me if You Can. And for more reasons on why you should read this book, check out my moodboard below, which was inspired by some of the book’s most swooniest moments.
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Author 4 books306 followers
December 28, 2018
This debut is an adorable romantic comedy, fluffy and fun in all the right ways. I adored Mia and found her super relatable, and the chemistry between her and Logan was delightful. I love when two people who are clearly perfect together start the story acting as though they can’t stand each other–makes for such a great payoff at the end! Tiana Smith’s writing style is fresh and flowing, and she does humor so well. If you like cute contemporary YAs, pick up Match Me If You Can when it release January 9, 2019.
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Author 1 book137 followers
August 12, 2018
Oh my goodness! This book was so much fun. Perfect, light summer read and the plot was super engaging. I carried my copy around everywhere and read it every chance I got. The characters were really relatable; I kept thinking it felt like a story Taylor Swift would write—in a good way. I also REALLY love a book where I don’t have to sacrifice anything morally to enjoy it. This was such a fun, clean read! Looking forward to more of Tiana’s books!!!
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Author 2 books71 followers
August 7, 2018
A fun and breezy read with equal parts humor and romance. A great choice for anyone who loves romance with a twist of laughter.
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426 reviews9 followers
October 3, 2019
Match Me If You Can by Tiana Smith | Book Review

THE STORY | When you’re best friends with the girl who has a talent for matchmaking, finding a date for homecoming is a breeze. Or so Mia mistakenly assumes. Turns out, her best friend Robyn isn’t going to pick favorites for her bestie, and match her with Mia’s crush, Vince. This causes Mia to take matters into her own hands and make the match behind Robyn’s back.Match Me If You Can

But what she doesn’t realize is that Robyn does have someone in mind for her best friend, it’s just not the boy of her dreams. Enter Logan. Logan, like Mia, is on the school newspaper, only he isn’t exactly the boy Mia pictures when she enters the homecoming dance; in fact he’s the polar opposite of perfect. But because of choices, misunderstandings and broken friendships, Mia is about to have a crash course in matchmaking 101.

REVIEW | From the moment I first read about this one, I thought it sounded adorable. Though I have bought and own a few books from Swoon publishing, I think this is the first one I’ve read. Its cover art is cute with a gorgeous color palette, and those of us who enjoy a lighthearted romance will find an equally sweet story inside.

Although the story inside doesn’t quite live up to the expectations I had made for Match Me If You Can, there’s still plenty of romance hijinks and cuteness involved. The leading couple is really cute in this one although its heroine will rub you the wrong way a time or two. Her silly choices are the kind that come with a glaring red light while its main male lead is actually quite likable despite Mia’s perception of him.

What I do like about the romance is that there is actually a relationship before the end-of-the-book “breakup” occurs. This helps to sell the idea that there can be a parting of the ways over the idea that there’s really no reason for this dissolution. How the romance develops is also a kind of sweet story, and one I’d have liked to spend more time with. Of course, the story is about more than cute romantics. It’s about a girl who has lessons to learn, and as part of this, must learn how to repair the fragile relationships of the people who love and know her best.

Match Me if You Can is a quick, easy read that is sure to please anyone who likes contemporary romance. Whether you enjoy Kasie West novels or the Geek Girl series, this one too might be worth adding to your TBR. I know I’ll certainly be on the lookout for more books by this new-to-me-author.

Content: apart from a few minor instances of innuendo, make out scenes or minor profanity, this one is clean.

Sincere thanks to the publisher for providing a complementary ARC copy of this novel for review; all opinions are my own.
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357 reviews126 followers
December 2, 2018
MATCH ME IF YOU CAN is light and fluffy contemporary romance at its finest!

This book is such a delight. Debut author Tiana Smith has crafted a charming plot that will keep readers glued to the pages and a cast of characters that they’re sure to fall in love with. I was never quite able to guess what the characters were going to do next, and I found that really refreshing, and it made for a very addictive read.

Fans of Kasie West and Stephanie Perkins are destined to find a new auto-buy author in Tiana Smith!
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Author 4 books13 followers
January 25, 2019
I loved this light-hearted fun romance. It reminds me of Kasie West books. Super sweet and all the feels!
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Author 4 books146 followers
October 14, 2018
So my "real" review will post on my website (www.charmstrongbooks.com) on the release date for this book, but I'll give a quick overview here. This is a wonderful book. I was blessed to get an advance copy from the publisher, and I couldn't wait to read it. I can only say it was everything I hoped it would be and will definitely recommend it to my friends who enjoy a great YA story with a HEA ending. Definitely going to be a top-seller for 2019, I think!
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