Perfect Match by Amber Aitken


Perfect Match by Amber Aitken

The Cupid Company girls have spent the summer matchmaking. Now they're about to find out for themselves what love feels like...Summer is coming to an end but love is still in the air...even Romeo the dog has fallen head over paws for a cute girl puppy! One of Cupid's Company's clients is a little too in love with love and Coral and Nicks find themselves matchbreaking instead of matchmaking but when cupid's arrow hits home, they realise why sometimes we can all go a bit crazy for love!

About the Author

Amber Aitken lives in a village in Hertfordshire where she spends her time writing, watching romantic movies and looking after her two young children.

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240 pages
Interest Age: From 9


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Publication date

3rd February 2011



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