The Farmer's Perfect Match by Marilyn Forsyth

The Farmer's Perfect Match by Marilyn Forsyth

One farmer + two stunning girls competing for his affection = 1 hit reality show

Gorgeous farmer Adam Armstrong loves his life — he owns and runs his own piece of heaven, a successful pearl farm, and spends his days outdoors in Australia’s stunning Kimberley. There’s just one thing missing: someone to share it with, but when you live in one of the most uninhabited places on Earth it’s not easy to meet the perfect woman.

Enter Evangeline Sinclair, PA for hot new reality show Perfect Mate — smart, funny, passionate and determined to help him find his ideal partner. What could go wrong, right?

Adam has signed a contract to pursue a relationship with one of the contestants and he’s a man of integrity, but Evie, with her very personal interview questions, is opening him up in unexpected ways. Can he stay true to his agreement to find love in front of the cameras rather than behind?

For Evie, a year in professional wasteland after an on-air debacle has left her desperate to salvage her career and Perfect Mate’s success will ensure this. But can she stand by while the man she’s falling in love with is ruthlessly exploited?

Hey! Here's my review.

With as much drama as you'd see on reality tv, plus all the drama from the cutting room floor, The Farmer's Perfect Match is an entertaining read.

Life on a remote pearl farm doesn't give Adam many chances to meet women. Being part of the Perfect Match reality TV show sounds like a good idea but don't turn out exactly as planned. I loved Adam's character, down to earth and honest. I enjoyed having likeable characters to cheer for and villains to hate. I was satisfied that everyone got what they deserved and all the ends were wrapped up nicely. 

It was an interesting insight into what goes on behind the scenes in a reality tv show. The balance of trying to let things unfold naturally and needing to replay the action to get the perfect shot. 

I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.


  • Where: NetGalley
  • Format: ebook

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