Surprisingly Matched
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Surprisingly Matched by Cathryn Brown

03/14/2021

Samantha is having a crisis. Andy has the skills to help her. They might be great together but . . . his brothers aren't good matchmakers.

Samantha’s dog treat business was doing well. Until her new, horrible website ended it in a day. 

Andy doesn’t have time to take on another client, even a pretty one. When Samantha and her dog meet him and his four cats, it’s chaos.

Everyone will be surprised if his brothers succeed with their matchmaking. Can Andy and Samantha find love with their help?

If you enjoy Hallmark movies and sweet romance with a dash of fun,  Surprisingly Matched and the Alaska Matchmakers series may be right for you.

Buy Surprisingly Matched now to find out if the match succeeded!


This is a standalone book which is part of a series. It’s clean and wholesome with no sex or swearing. The author is from Alaska, so she knows the real Alaska.

Alaska Dream Romances
Falling for Alaska - Jemma & Nathaniel
Loving Alaska - Bree & Michael
Merrying in Alaska - Leah & Ben
Crazy About Alaska - Holly & Adam

Alaska Matchmakers Romances (Adam's Brothers)
Accidentally Matched  - Noah & Rachel
Finally Matched - Mark & Maddie
Hopefully Matched - Jack & Aimee
Surprisingly Matched - Andy & Samantha

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