Perfectly imperfect pair
Year of publication: 2014
Author: Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Title of the original: Match me if you can
Language of the original: English
Language of translation: Macedonian
Number of pages: 370
Brief content: The Hit Champion has spent a great and painful journey to rise to the top, starting with a poor childhood in a trailer with a father drunk. the best and most successful sports agent in the city are not ashamed of their past; on the contrary, they are proud and now looking for the top symbol of their achievements – the perfect wife. But he is rich, ambitious, and wonderful-why needs a slinger? Because the Python has no time to lose and has no patience for fools.
Anabel is tired of being the only loser in her family of bankers and surgeons, so she really hopes that happiness will finally make her smile when she takes over her grandmother’s straw business. Yes, she immediately realizes that signing an agreement with the most desirable bachelor in the city would be a real bingo, so she is determined to find her the perfect woman at all costs.
But things slowly begin to complicate when Heath’s irresistible charm begins to affect Annabelle. She is no candidate for a perfect wife; she is a moving disaster. And the notorious Python starts to wonder: “The more perfectly perfect a perfect woman must be?”