The Beat Match – Book Review

Hey all! I am back with a book review this week–The Beat Match by Kelly Siskind

The Beat Match (Showmen Book 3) by [Kelly Siskind]

Treat yourself to this friends-to-lovers romance reviewers are calling “heart-melting” and “swoony” and “packed with heat and chemistry.”

Weston Aldrich is known for his devastating looks and crisp Italian suits. He’s been groomed to take over his family business and is on the brink of closing a massive merger. Only two wild cards can derail him.

Wild Card One: If anyone learns he moonlights as a masked DJ, his credibility will be toast.
Wild Card Two: Annie can’t-hold-a-job Ward.

The Annie Ward he promised to help raise after her brother died. The scatterbrained girl who makes it her mission in life to drive him crazy. The gorgeous woman he’s not supposed to fantasize about, let alone kiss.

Annie hates Wes’s insanely overprotective nature, and how his ridiculous bone structure makes him look like a Greek god. His jokes about her plethora of jobs are beyond irksome. She has no plans to tell him about her latest aspiration, to match beats as a budding DJ. Until she learns what Wes does at night. Now she plans to prove Weston Aldrich has met his match.

No. of pages:- 315 pages

Date published:- 15th September 2020

Genre:- Romance

Kelly Siskind

A small-town girl at heart, Kelly moved from the city to enjoy the charm of northern Ontario. When she’s not out hiking with her husband or home devouring books, you can find her, notepad in hand, scribbling down one of the many plot bunnies bouncing around in her head. Her novels have been published internationally. Connect with her at kellysiskind.com.

Thank You Netgalley and the author and the publisher for granting me this book! This review is based completely on my honest opinion.

Wes Aldrich is the possible heir to their family run business, Aldrich Pharmaceuticals. His father, Victor asks him to date Rosanna Farad, daughter of another business company, as their main aim is to merge the company with each other. Wes reluctantly agrees. Meanwhile, Annie gets a job as a bar and also got a piano so she can learn piano. She is also obsessed with a DJ named Falcon, who plays really cool DJ tunes at the nightclubs. Annie is determined to meet Falcon and also is determined to learn DJ tunes. What she didn’t know is this Falcon is actually Wes Aldrich, who has been looking after Annie since Annie’s brother died and he was actually having secret feelings towards Annie…

I really do enjoyed reading the story. The story was cheesy and funny at the same time. I really like the relationship between Annie and Wes as Wes is out protecting her, (after promising Annie’s brother Leo) and at the same time harbors secret feelings towards Annie and at the same time, he wanted the merger to go well with Rosanna Farad. Annie meanwhile considers Wes as annoying, having a scrapbook of his pictures. I thought those two characters, Annie and Wes were cute with each other, and I was really glad that they ended up with each other. The writing was good, flowing and the author did a good job, hooking the reader into the story. Though I am not much of a romantic genre fan, this book actually intrigued me. I also like the ending, particularly the epilogue part!

Overall, I enjoyed reading this book–a cozy, warm and funny romantic story that you wouldn’t really want to put it down–worth five stars!

Rating Five Stars. Motion Graphics Stock Footage Video (100% Royalty-free)  1019062039 | Shutterstock

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