Can’t Match This, an all-new standalone Romantic Comedy from Xavier Neal is Available Now!

 

 

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Helping your best guy friend, who you just happen to be in love with, find his dream woman through a dating service is a great idea…

Right?

Gideon Lucas
Sports agent.
Obsessively organized.
And best friend to the most beautiful, brainy, bubbly, but insane, woman on the entire planet.

Lennox Marston
Sometimes therapist.
Incredibly impulsive.
And best friend to the most gorgeous, brilliant, charming, yet uptight, man to ever walk the Earth.

On paper, they’re not a match, but over the course of an impromptu dating arrangement, the two opposites may discover that everything they’ve been looking for is right in front of them.

 

 

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About Xavier Neal

Xavier Neal lives in Texas where she spends her time getting lost in writing, reading, or fandoms she recently discovered. Whether she is enjoying books or movies, she continues finding inspiration at every turn to bring more exciting stories to life.

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🌟Review🌟

Although Lennox may be employed as a matchmaker her real training is as a psychologist. She has been in love with her best friend Gideon for years but they are both uncertain that they want to cross the line in case it destroys the best relationship that either has ever had.
 
Gideon is a sports agent and is not only best friends with Lennox but is in love with her as well. They strike a deal where Lennox will arrange matches for him but when all is said and done will she find the one for him or will she be the one?
 
Fun and flirty this is a friends to lovers story between two people who were afraid to cross the line but once they did they were magic.

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