Weather’ By Chrissy Munder
men using him just because he was on television,
meteorologist Grant Singer decided to try his luck with a
dating service. The men he met through the dating service
turned out to be worse than the men he was meeting on his
own. The only good that came from using the dating service
was Craig; the hot waiter that worked at the restaurant
Grant picked to meet his dates.
Weather’ was nice. I like when things work out for the good
guys and Grant and Craig were two of the best.
Two For the Good Guys’ By Maria Albert
worker, Jeremy Masterson does not think of himself as a
hero, he’s just the type of guy who could not sit around and
not help those in need. Even though his life will forever be
changed after saving two strangers from a gay bashing he
knows he would do it again if needed. Detective Rick
McFarlan was not a fan of vigilantes. He felt they made
situations worse by trying to show off how tough they are
just for the glory, but when he met the sweet social worker
his knew his assumptions of him were way off.
Two For the Good’ was fantastic; this story alone makes
purchasing this anthology well worth it. Jeremy was a man
after my own heart; he and Rick were definitely soul mates.
‘Fragments of a Fiery Sun’ by M. Jules Aedin
to leave Ireland during the 1800s for America Kelan was
unprepared for the unexpected turn his life was about to
take. When he meets Toby, the leader of a misfit band of
thieves, he knew his journey in the new world would be an
‘Fragments of a Fiery Sun’ is absolutely fantastic!
‘Fragments of a Fiery Sun’ should be a book all on it’s own
and not hidden within an anthology. Finn had to leave his
home and family in Ireland but the moment he stepped foot in
the new world he found a new family. I adored this story;
‘Fragments of a Fiery Sun’ is defiantly one I will read over
and over again.
Delay Expected’ By Sean Kennedy
dates are one thing Kyle detests yet his friend Missy
insists on fixing him up. Not to keen on Missy’s choices
Kyle dismissed Sam as anyone of interest without taking to
the time to know him. Fate steps in and Kyle and Sam find
themselves on the same Amtrak train taking them home for
winter break. Sitting on the dark and cold train Kyle
realizes he may have been too hasty in his dismissal of Sam.
Delay Expected’ is sweet. Sam was adorable and Kyle learned
to not underestimate his meddling best friend.
Property’ By S. Blaise
worse than having your mother play matchmaker? Robbie finds
being gay and having his mother match him with a female
childhood playmate he doesn’t remember is much worse.
Luckily a new client to his real estate agency offered a
delectable distraction from his mother’s matchmaking plans.
a good story with a very great outcome. I enjoyed ‘Hot
Property’ very much.
of Love’ By John Simpson
wanted his friends to be as happy as he was with Jack,
especially his best friend Jerry. Jerry needed someone to
treat him right and Ken believed Dale was that person.
Putting his matchmaking skills in motion Ken plans a cruise
that will open the door for many possibilities.
of Love’ was an interesting story with some surprises I
never saw coming. Jerry and Dale have a cruise of a
lifetime thanks to Ken and Jack.
By Zahra Owens
has fulfilled all that was required of him, now as he turns
thirty he will finally meet his life mate. When he finally
meets his match, Varr, he fears because of their vast
differences their match may not be what he wants. Will time
away together show Mallick that Varr is his soul mate?
was very entertaining. Varr was nothing like Mallick was
used to; he introduced Mallick to things he never knew
existed. Varr shows Mallick that their differences are
something to cherish in their relationship.
Make Me a Match Volume Two has some really great
stories and I enjoyed a good number of them. There were
some I found interesting but wasn’t overly taken with but
all the stories were full of love. Readers may not like all
the stories but ‘Score Two For the Good’ and ‘Fragments of a
Fiery Sun’ were two stories that made Make Me a Match
Volume Two well worth reading.