<b>Phillips' matchmaker extraordinaire</b> The no-holds-barred competition of the playing field pales in comparison to two determined matchmakers competing to find the perfect wife for sexy sports agent Heath Champion in Susan Elizabeth Phillips' raucous and fun-loving <b>Match Me if You Can</b>. Champion moves among the super-rich athletic realm of Chicago, but his background is pure blue-collar. Now that he's a megastar agent, he wants a woman who'll fit into his life and take care of his every need. Sophisticated Portia Powers would seem to be the perfect marriage facilitator for him. But Annabelle Granger knows that finding the perfect mate for elusive bachelor Champion will elevate her own struggling business to superstar status. Champion is demanding, jaded and hyper-busy, but that's what has made him a winner. Annabelle's been the family loser, until she inherits her grandmother's matchmaking business and the chance to prove her family wrong. When these two team up, brace yourselves there's a championship season brewing.

<i>Sandy Huseby writes from Fargo, North Dakota, and northern Minnesota.</i>

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