Game, Set, Match by Nana Malone

Game, Set, Match

By Nana Malone

  • Release Date: 2010-08-12
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
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From 175 Ratings
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Description

A man in need of a comeback…A woman in need of love.

Off the court, tennis star Jason Cartwright's playboy image is taking a public beating. On the court, he's down forty-love. A comeback is in order, but the makeover he needs is in the hands of the woman he loved and left fifteen years ago.

While single-mom, Izzy Connors, sees people for who they really are through the lens of her camera, even without it, she knows Jason isn't the star he appears to be. All she sees is his wasted talent and playboy lifestyle.

Will the click of her camera shatter his world as well as his heart?

GAME, SET, MATCH is a BWWM Interracial Romance with sexual content and mild language.

Interview with the Author
Q - So, what makes the Love Match series special?

A - It's a mix of things, really. When I first wrote Game, Set, Match, I intended it to be a stand-alone novel, but the characters demanded the series continue. When I started to write, I wanted to write the things I wanted to read. Quirky romantic comedy and contemporary romance. I also loved books that featured women of color, which is why I wanted to incorporate multicultural and interracial storylines.

Overall, I use humor to keep the pages turning – Never a dull moment.

Q - What order should I read the books in?

A – Right now there are two in the series, but I’ll be continuing the saga in 2016:

- Game Set Match
- Mismatch
- More coming in 2016!

Q - So, why should readers give these books a try?

A - Because the Love Match series are fast-paced, hilarious reads that will make you laugh out loud, cry a little and want a best friend as fabulous as Jessica, not to mention men as awesome as Jason and Eli. If you love BWWM Interracial Romance reads, Interracial Romantic comedies, or Sports Romance, Game Set Match is the perfect start! And if you love a tattooed, pierced alternative heroine paired with an alpha male hero, then Mismatch is for you!

Ultimately, readers who enjoy fast-paced, romantic comedy reads, with secret baby, a sports romance, or a mistaken identify romance they will get a kick out of this series.

Q - Can readers get the whole series in one go?

A – Sure can! I've put together a bundle for those who like to keep the party going after book 1. Check out my books list here on iTunes for more details, and a full list of my available titles.

And thanks for reading!

Love Match Series eBook Categories:
- Romantic Comedy
- Contemporary Romance
- Romance Series
- Sports Romance
- New Adult & College Romance
- Multicultural Interracial Romance

Reviews

  • Love this!

    5
    By jade77830
    Great read!
  • Katrina

    4
    By Latvian Princess
    A very enjoyable and 'easy' read.
  • AMAZING!!!!

    5
    By M.Walder
    Loved this book up until the very end, kinda wanted a sequel and not a sum up in a paragraph... But other than that... LOVED IT:'D
  • AMAZING !!!!!

    5
    By NSWA
    I normally don't like cheesy cringing romance books, but one honestly this one had me on the edge of my seat. So good I read it a day just , because I couldn't wait till the next day to see what happens.
  • Loved it!

    5
    By FlowerGen
    Enjoyable book, great characters and emotional scenes. Definitely recommend reading!
  • Heaven !!

    5
    By Samantha Luna
    I . LOVE. IT, I've got nothing bad to say about this book. Nana your writing is amaaaazing 20 thumps up for you👍👍👍👌👌 I highly recommend this book ❤
  • Amazing!?!?

    5
    By Charlizee
    Couldn't put it down! I started reading it at about 10pm and finished it by 4am. Wish it was longer and there was a 2nd book to read too 👍.
  • Epic

    5
    By Gemz. Gemma
    Loved it just wish is was longer. However fantastic very enjoyable to read.
  • Had the potential to be good but...

    2
    By Pocket 2.0
    I stopped reading it at chapter six. The plot was rushed, it was cliched in some places and I cringed frequently.

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