Friday, June 10, 2016

Review: Immortal Matchmakers, Inc.

Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I’ve missed this world so much that I couldn’t believe I didn’t know there was a spinoff! If you’ve read the original series, then you know what you’re in for with this wild and crazy bunch of immortals. If not, welcome to the party!

This book begins the story of Cimil and Zac’s journey to try to hook up as many people with their mates as possible before the world ends or Zac goes crazy or any other number of bad things happens. Remember Andrus? He’s got a thing for falling for the wrong woman. He thought he was in love with Helena (even though she had already found her mate), and he also had found his own mate in the form of a crazypants evil woman (who is dead now, thank goodness). Destined to wander the world alone after getting kicked out of his only home, he gets sucked into Cimil’s evil (or not so evil?) plan to lure him to California to meet his mate. He’s a little rough around the edges, though, so she hatches a scheme to hire an actress to teach him how to charm his mate.

Sadie is the actress in question and she is still trying to make a living as one against all odds. When her “agent” (aka Cimil) sets her up with a cushy gig to teach an actor how to be a gentleman, she can’t turn the job down, even though she’s already had a horrible run-in with Andrus already. The Tarzan/Jane dynamic seemed to ultimately work out for these two lovebirds, though, because against all odds, they become the match-making focus instead of the mysterious mate Andrus is grooming for.

Yes, the story is a bit of complicated romance between Sadie and Andrus, but it is an even more important start to a brand new world that left me with oodles of questions. Is Cimil up to no good? Does she even know? If everything is changing, how do we even know who is good and bad anymore? I can’t wait to dive into the next installment!

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