Lauren Kung Jessen
This sweet, enemies-to-lovers debut rom-com filled with Chinese astrology will undoubtedly prove to be a perfect match with readers of Helen Hoang, Jasmine Guillory, and Helena Hunting.
Always a matchmaker, never a match…
Olivia Huang Christenson is excited-slash-terrified to be taking over her grandmother’s matchmaking business. But when she learns that a new dating app has made her Pó Po’s traditional Chinese zodiac approach all about “animal attraction,” her emotions skew more toward furious-slash-outraged. Especially when L.A.’s most-eligible bachelor Bennett O’Brien is behind the app that could destroy her family’s legacy . . .
Liv knows better than to fall for any guy, let alone an infuriatingly handsome one who believes that traditions are meant to be broken. As the two businesses go head to head, Bennett and Liv make a deal: they’ll find a match for each other—and whoever falls in love loses. But Liv is dealing with someone who’s already adept at stealing business ideas . . . so what’s stopping him from stealing her heart too?
I thought Lunar Love was a fascinating read! I thought the whole finding love through Chinese zodiac signs was a neat idea and it definitely did seem like a Hallmark movie. The book was very clean, there was not a lot of spice to it but it still had all the elements of enemies to romance.
I did predict one major thing that happened in the end but don’t want to spoil it for others yet. This book was still a wholesome sweet romance and I’d recommend it to anybody who loves reading about matchmaking books.
Lunar Love was a four star rating and it was a library ebook format.
Thank you for reading!
2 thoughts on “Library ebook review: Lunar Love by Lauren Kung Jessen”
I would love to see this turn into a movie! I heard great things about this one so I’m glad that you enjoyed it as well.
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Thank you! It was my favorite read in February.