Mr. Match (Mister #5) by J.A. Huss
Katya is a girl with secrets. If she had been at Brown when that scandal went down with the Misters, they’d have included her in all those news broadcasts and nicknamed her La Femme Nikita.
Is she a Russian spy? A liar? Or just a lost girl who fell in love with the wrong man?
Meeting Oliver Shrike, AKA Mr. Match, four years ago changed everything in her mind. Who knew fate would intervene just when all hope was lost?
But she should’ve known better. She should’ve known that happiness was never part of her future. And now Oliver’s billion-dollar dating site is the next target. The final piece of the puzzle in the Mister end game and she’s right in the middle of it.
But maybe… just maybe… she can do something about this?
Maybe she can save him, even if she can’t save herself.
Title: Mr. Match
Author: J.A. Huss
Publication Date: December 16th, 2016
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (277 pages)
Mr. Match is the 5th book and final one to find out who is behind all this trouble… YAY! We get to find out everything and I just can’t wait. I won’t give spoilers, because YOU NEED TO READ THIS SERIES.
Oliver Shrike is Mr. Match. All of the guys were set up during their college time and their lives were forever changed. This is where we find out why. Finally.
Katja Kaloahova is the one that our Mr. has a past with. And she happens to have more to do with all these secrets than we think. She left him in order to save him and her sister. Now she’s back.
She reaches out to him and when Oliver finds out, he makes her aware of the fact that now she’s not going to disappear again. She’s his to keep.
I am a little sad to let this series go and even if they say the books are standalone and can be read in any order, please follow them as they were released. You won’t be disappointed, and you have 5 guys to pick your favorite from. What else is there?
All the shocking secrets and twisted plots left me craving for more. I have read the series before finding out about the one where everything started, the one about the guys’ parents.
Let me know what you thought about the end.