Review: Matchmaker 2.0 by Debora Geary


Title: Matchmaker 2.0 (A Novel Nibbles Title)

Author: Debora Geary

Published: Fireweed Publishing Feb 2011

Synopsis: MICK-Guppy scientist and victim of her self-inflicted dating adventures. MIRI-Astrology whiz and promoter of steamy sex for the greater good. DERRICK-Data genius and life idiot. Meet the match team at, the web 2.0 online-dating service with a personal touch. Can Mick lead her team, find a guy, and finally win Match the Loser?

Status: Read on June 09, 2011 — I own a copy

My Thoughts:

Matchmakers 2.0 is a charming and engaging short story. Surprisingly complete, Matchmakers 2.0 has a well crafted plot with well balanced elements in such a condensed format. I really enjoyed the light touch and sense of humor Geary bought to the story.
The author establishes her likeable main characters easily, developing a slightly quirky cast comprised of the staff and clients of Matchmakers. It’s really Mick’s story though, having lost a bet with her best friend she has to enter her details into the matchmaking database. After a false start with a trio of musicians she meets Sam, who may not be perfect but just may be perfect for her if she is willing to give him a chance.
This light-hearted “Novel Nibble” is a fun and relaxing read when you have an hour spare and is sure to leave you with a smile on your face. It has certainly piqued my interest in other writings by Debora Geary and is available at a bargain price.


About The Author

Debora Geary is the author of several Novel Nibbles and the full-length novel A Modern Witch. Several more Nibbles and the sequel to A Modern Witch are expected out this summer, if the kids don’t spill any more water on her laptop.

NOVEL NIBBLES are snack-sized reads. Short novels for your lunch break, your iPhone, and any other time a quick read is the perfect length.  They are about 20,000 words (70-80 pages). There will be several more Nibbles coming out in 2011.

Website I Goodreads


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