Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Review: Stealing Mr. Right (Misguided Masala Matchmaker #4) by Sinclair Jayne Sawhney


She’s found the perfect man…except not for her client.

Budding matchmaker and relationship “expert” Rani Kapoor should be walking on air. She helped find love matches for her cousin and sisters, her dissertation passed, and she’s inked her first book deal. But what if her success comes crashing down? Desperate to prove herself, Rani makes a bet. Using her new scientific method, she’ll find her first official client—her best friend—Mr. Right in time for her cousin’s wedding.

Tech tycoon Jasminder “Jas” Singh just sold his second start-up and is looking for his next challenge—breaking into the lucrative Indian tech market. But Jas lacks family connections and cultural knowledge, so all doors have been slammed in his face. Taking a new approach, Jas reaches out to the “Misguided Masala Matchmaker.” He has no interest in a bride, but he’s not above pretending he does so he can score an invitation to—and make business connections at—the Indian wedding of the season.

The minute Rani meets Jas, she realizes science has failed her again. Yes, the potential groom is perfect—for her.


My Review:

A beautiful end to an amazing series.

I have been curious about Rani Kapoor’s story since I first started reading the Misguided Masala Matchmaker series.  In this book, Rani is really making it in the world with her pod cast and her book and game ready to launch.  I was anxious to finally see how she would find her love match.

Jasminder Singh seemed very conservative and socially awkward at first, but with Rani, he comes out of his shell.  They are the perfect couple for this opposites attract romance story.  I laughed through so many scenes as Rani is such a fun free spirited character and you never know what she might say.  But there was this one scene where I literally cried for her.  Be warned.  It was extremely touching and real.

I am going to miss this series and this big, fun and fabulous Indian American family.  They have grown on me like friends I always want to visit.  I highly recommend this book; really all of the Misguided Masala Matchmaker series. 


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