Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match
by Sherry Chamblee
Nothing gives the ladies of Paradise greater pleasure than attempting to marry off their newest teacher.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Jack Adams swallows his dread when he sees Maria and Anne trotting his way, each herding an eligible, unattached young lady. He came to Victorious Christian Academy to teach. Unfortunately, the matchmakers in the church have much bigger plans for him. Running seems the best option, but he can’t hide in the church kitchen, or the school library, for the rest of his life – even if librarian Melissa Barnes would let him. Now Jack finds himself the gold medal prize in a matchmaking competition worthy of the Olympics.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Melissa Barnes can’t say no to a person in need, and that includes helping Anne and Maria set up the new guy with their choices for his one true love.Why they think she can help when she can’t even make a match for herself, she still hasn’t figured out, and it’s not like Jack Adams would ever take an interest in her, so what’s the worst that could happen? There's no question, there will be a winner in the matchmaking event of the century. Only question is, will the best girl win? This is a Christian novella, at about 27,000 words.