Matchmaking for Beginners Book Pdf ePub

Matchmaking for Beginners

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4.146,691 votes • 596 reviews
Published 01 Jun 2018
Matchmaking for Beginners.pdf
Format Kindle Edition
Pages353
Edition5
Publisher Lake Union Publishing
ISBN -
ISBN13-
Languageunknow



A Washington Post and Amazon Charts bestseller.

Marnie MacGraw wants an ordinary life—a husband, kids, and a minivan in the suburbs. Now that she’s marrying the man of her dreams, she’s sure this is the life she’ll get. Then Marnie meets Blix Holliday, her fiancé’s irascible matchmaking great-aunt who’s dying, and everything changes—just as Blix told her it would.

When her marriage ends after two miserable weeks, Marnie is understandably shocked. She’s even more astonished to find that she’s inherited Blix’s Brooklyn brownstone along with all of Blix’s unfinished “projects”: the heartbroken, oddball friends and neighbors running from happiness. Marnie doesn’t believe she’s anything special, but Blix somehow knew she was the perfect person to follow in her matchmaker footsteps.

And Blix was also right about some things Marnie must learn the hard way: love is hard to recognize, and the ones who push love away often are the ones who need it most.

"Matchmaking for Beginners" Reviews

Rachel
- Toronto, ON, Canada
4
Wed, 02 May 2018

stayed up finishing this.
I LOOOOOOOOVED it!
first off, it had one of the most arresting voices i have read in a long time. it balanced humour and tragedy deftly and it was an utter delight
whimsical and with splashes of magic realism, it has the notes of Sarah Addison Allen but with the joy and sly asides of Rainbow Rowell, not to mention the textured characters of Billie Letts.
Marnie is a completely relatable and snort-your-coffee-out hilarious commentator on what is happening around when she inherits a Brooklyn brownstone rightly (?) hers.....
A treatise on the impressions we make and the community that melds into family, this is a GLORIOUS summer read
to add, the love story was just my catnip---the hero flawed and funny ( oh so funny--- )and smart and the soft way in which they intersect at destiny winsome and loveable.
LOVED IT!
super thanks to EVERYONE who recommended it to me.
now playing pass it on
keeper shelf.

Xavier (CharlesXplosion)
- The United States
2
Sat, 26 May 2018

Matchmaking for Beginners is a nonsensical, overly sappy romance novel that features a incoherent story coupled with insufferable characters.

Mhairi
- Kissimmee, FL
5
Tue, 15 May 2018

This is one of my favorite kind of books, you know the ones I am talking about, the ones that leave you with a tear in your eye and a smile on your face. The kind of book you don't want to end..... This is not my normal genre but I am so glad I gave this book a chance. This book is full of wonderfully colorful characters and the ups and downs of life and once you pick it up it will be hard to put down. Welcome to Blix Holliday's world.

Patricia
- Severna Park, MD
4
Thu, 03 May 2018

I liked this book. It was a cute, quick read. I liked Blix although I would have liked to hear more about her. Marnie got on my nerves at times, especially when Noah continually came into the house to take things. After the first time, what idiot doesn't change the locks? The man came in the house, uninvited, to take things, four times!

Kerry
- Colville, WA
5
Mon, 25 Dec 2017

MATCHMAKING FOR BEGINNERS walked straight into my heart, trailing a shower of golden sparkles. Dawson has created a magical world inhabited by characters so engaging and real it seems plausible they might drop by for a cup of coffee. By turns funny, wise, and poignant, this is a story about falling in love—with the painful, messy, joyful business of living.

abby
4
Thu, 03 May 2018

Marnie knows where her life is headed. She's engaged to the love of her life, Noah, and together they will create a stable, ordinary life. Yes, Marnie can see her future. The problem is that she's 100% wrong.
Noah's great-aunt Blix only meets Marnie twice, but she instantly recognizes a fellow spirit, another matchmaker who can see the magic and love in the universe. She's also convinced Marnie has a big, big life in store. And it doesn't involve Noah. It turns out old Aunt Blix might have been onto something, because Noah and Marnie's marriage goes south before it even starts. Reeling from the break up, Marnie is shocked to learn that she's inherited Blix's house in Brooklyn. Just one problem: moving to Brooklyn doesn't fit into Marnie's plans. It also comes with an unexpected roommate-- Noah, of all people-- and several tenants who are struggling with their own relationships. Marnie is determined to sell the house and move back home, but, even from the grave, Blix has her way of making sure everyone discovers their destiny.
This book was a bit of magic, a touch of humor, and a lot of romance. It reminded me of the chick-lit books that were popular 20 years ago but have become unfashionable, crowded out of the market by sullen women's fiction and creepy psychological thrillers. Let's just say I'm on board for the revival. I absolutely loved the author's sense of humor. And, yes, Marnie is a complete idiot most of the time, but you get used to it. This book wasn't profound literature, but it's a great summer read and a lot of fun.