Blog Tour - Review Post - Matzah Ball Surprise by Laura Brown
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Title: Matzah Ball Surprise
Author: Laura Brown
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About Matzah Ball Surprise:
This Passover is starting to feel like the ten plagues might be coming back to haunt them before the weekend is over...one hilarious misstep after the next. Gaby Fineberg just wants to get through Passover Seder without her “well meaning” family playing matchmaker. She needs a date, just for one simple meal—that includes singing, the history of her forefathers, and not one bit of yeast. The hot guy at her gym would be perfect. He probably hates bread, anyway, with a body like that. But when she finally works up the nerve to ask him...he doesn’t hear a word she said. Levi Miller is deaf and happily single. Initially, he doesn’t know why this beautiful woman is talking to him, but it’s clear she needs help—and suddenly so does he. In a very complicated situation, Levi finds a simple solution. Gaby will pretend to be his new girlfriend to bail him out, and he’ll return the favor. But he didn’t bargain for a family dinner quite like this one...
This was a fun adorable read. Gaby and Levi are like two pieces of a puzzle and complete one another. The face that he is her fake date for Passover (probably one of the most stressful Jewish holidays) held special charm for me add in the fact that he is deaf and you could have a recipe for disaster. From the antics with Benji the dog to new traditions to learn, I was entranced. Levi is swoony, Gaby is multi-dimensional. Loved it!
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About the Author:
After spending her childhood coming up with new episodes to her favorite sitcoms instead of sleeping, Laura Brown decided to try her hand at writing and never looked back. A hopeless romantic, she married her high school sweetheart. They live in Massachusetts with their two cats and son. Laura’s been hard of hearing her entire life but didn’t start learning ASL until college, when her disability morphed from an inconvenience to a positive part of her identity. At home the closed captioning is always on, lights flash with the doorbell, and hearing aids are sometimes optional.