This review is from: February 27, 2019 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Arrange Me is pure perfection! Katy Regnery has arranged a fun, witty new romance that had me smiling through the entire book.
Courtney Salinger is tired of dating. She’s tired of flirting, no call-backs, getting dumped, the witty banter, getting ghosted, the entire scene in general. She is ready to settle down and she is ready to settle down now. The one tiny problem with settling down now is she doesn’t have someone special to settle down with.
Okay, that might be a big problem.
That is until she finds out about Arrange Me.com The idea seems so simple. Enter your information, get matched to your soulmate and meet your soulmate on your wedding day. Easy peasy. No dating, no mess, just wedded bliss.
Everything should be great. Everything should go as planned. That is until Josh-the-charming-bartender-Dalton asks Courtney on a date. Well, not really a date because she isn’t dating and Josh doesn’t date people from the bar where he works so perhaps their friendship could work. Their non-date really isn’t an issue they are just two friends who happen to like plays and occasionally holding hands.
So what’s the harm in asking that same friend, who just so happens to be good looking, like really good looking, especially in a tux, to a wedding where Courtney doesn’t want to be set up by her mother again, because she isn’t dating. Josh makes that decision easy. She is just bringing a friend. A very good looking friend.
Why doesn’t it work that Josh can’t be on the same timeline as Courtney who wants to be married now and even though Josh wants to be married….someday…it isn’t now. Josh wants more, but Courtney wants forever.
What do you do when the person you want wants something else, but the end destination is ultimately the same?