HR manager, Brenna has all things going for her at work but her love life is pretty miserable. Intent on changing things she signs up for the online dating service, HeavenSent.com and sends a nod to someone interesting. Just when things start to look up for her she gets laid off and stood up by her Mr. Right.
When the head of IT, Evan, invites Brenna out to lunch on what turns out to be her last day he’s accidentally caught up in the lay off aftermath. While consoling her he suddenly sees her in a very different light. But taking the leap from just friends to something more is a little more than he signed up for and Evan heads for the hills.
Little did either of them know is that the matchmakers behind HeavenSent.com are truly heavenly and they will stop at nothing to bring the pair back into each other’s arms.
HeavenSent.com was a cute and quick read. It has a timeless storyline of good friends not really seeing each other for anything more than friends until they get a kick start and once that happens they can’t stop thinking about each other. But what’s different about HeavenSent.com is that there is also a message about believing in your self and empowerment for women. I highly recommend this one if you love a good romance.
*I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my review.