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Match Me If You Can (Chicago Stars, #6) - Susan Elizabeth Phillips Another amazing story brought to us by the lovely Susan Elizabeth Phillips who, as far as my reading status, doesn’t disappoint. This was such a great book for me because I fell in love with the characters since page one. The main and secondary ones were really well built, their relationships weren’t the best ones and this made the ending even more splendid. Annabelle was a cutie, I just loved her. The way she evolved throughout the book impressed me and I felt happy when things got settled between her and Mr. Snake. Heath… well Mr. Snake… it may be wrong, or maybe it’s not, I don’t know for sure, but I simply worshiped the guy. I mean he was an asshole and all but he just knows what he wants from life…. Right? Or maybe he doesn’t… the lesson here is: stop searching for a unicorn and jump on the stallion. Simple as that. Too bad it took too long for him to see this but it made things more fun. Maybe I loved the guy because in some things he was similar to me. Especially in his reactions/attitude towards kids. Scary creatures… but in the end lil’ Pippi won my heart… Gah I’m weak I know!!! Shame on me…Portia and Bodie were great. They had many funny and also emotional moments where I was having my aaaawwww face spread all over the place… weak weak weak lil’ me… I’m a sucker for these things. And speaking of funny moments I couldn’t help myself from doing another “comic” for one of my favorite scenes in the book. Enjoy!Top 5 quotes#5 Annabelle gazed wistfully toward the doorway. “If I could put my brain in her body, the world would be mine for the taking.”#4 He smiled. “You are one beautiful bitch.”“Thank you.” #3 "We’re only human.”“One of us, anyway. The other’s a reptile.”“Harsh, Annabelle. Very harsh.”#2 “The question is… How did a girl like Annabelle manage to talk a man like you into joining our silly little family party?”Annabelle smiled sweetly. “I promised he could tie me up afterward and spank me.”#1 Something brushed his leg, and he gazed down into the face of Pippi Tucker. The theme from Jaws raced through his head. Read the review on ZombieHazard.