More to Love (A Perfect Fit, #3) by Alison Bliss

More to Love (A Perfect Fit, #3)

This laugh-out-loud romantic comedy proves that, when enemies become lovers, all bets are off!Jessa Gibson may be new in the little town of Granite, Texas, but in no time at all her gourmet food truck business is booming. Soon she'll have enough money to open the restaurant of her dreams. But first, she'll have to appease the hot local health inspector, no matter how strange his "violations" sound to her. No pink plastic gloves? Really? Max Hager...

Details More to Love (A Perfect Fit, #3)

TitleMore to Love (A Perfect Fit, #3)
Release DateJan 30th, 2018
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary, Fiction

Reviews More to Love (A Perfect Fit, #3)

  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆
    I really enjoyed this cute romance!😍 There was a lot of parts that made me giggle and this was another quick and sweet read. The only reason that I didn’t give this one 5 stars is because Max really annoyed me in the beginning but he grew on me. I really liked this stoy because of having a curvy woman as the main character as well, being a plus size lady myself, it made me smile a bit and was relatable at times. I want to thank the publish...
  • Anna's Herding Cats
    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup.Amazon: Yall. Usually if I'm gonna have issues it's the heroine. But this time? This time...nope. Fab heroine. The hero, though? Sweet Baby Jesus. The Gist: Max in his fucked up brilliance decides to impersonate a health inspector so he can run off a new food truck that's taken up in the area and is harming his friend's restaurant. And in the process is a total wanker shit even ...
  • Ivy Deluca
    The latest in the Perfect Fit series features Max, the instigator friend of the heroes and heroines of the last two books, and Jess, a chef who runs her own food truck. She’s just moved to Granite and she’s taken the town by storm. Unfortunately, another restaurant is suffering and as a consequence, Max leaps before he looks and decides to lie to Jess by telling her that he’s a food inspector and puts her through some hoops. And yes, along ...
  • Isha Coleman
    I have nothing but love for Alison Bliss and her Perfect Fit series. She empowers women with a strength of character that is light hearted and in no way mean spirited. She proves that you don't have be a size 0 to get the most out of life. This time around, she gives the tale a surprising twist in Max Hager. He's funny, sexy, an all around stand up guy with hidden insecurities that haunt him everyday. Jessa is a go getter. She doesn't wait for li...
  • Lisa (A Life Bound By Books)
    Note: this ARC was received from the publisher for my honest review. 2 stars - I... well... this book just wasn’t for me. It was... well, eh. The story was ok. The characters could have been rounded out and polished so much more. But the writing? Yeah... just wasn’t for me. I don’t mind reading fluffy stories. I enjoy them. But books need to be at least written halfway well. I think I’ve read this author in the past. Without looking, at l...
  • Tamara
    More to Love (the 3rd installment of the Perfect Fit series) was absolutely fantastic and I loved everything about it! It was a fun and sexy read that was highly entertaining and the perfect escape from the real world.I loved Jessa’s independence and sassy attitude and Max showed a different and lovable side that the reader didn’t get to see in the previous novels. Jessa and Max are adorable together and their chemistry is one for the record ...
  • Miranda (MrsLeif's Two Fangs About It)
    More to Love was yet another charming and fun romance novel. I went into this book wanting that was entertaining and a fast read and this book was just that!The characters in this book were all so cute and adorable. Jessa, the main female character, was such a kind, warm-hearted, and passionate woman. I admired her dedication to her job and how desperately she wanted her business to succeed. Jessa's love for her family was so sweet and relatable....
  • Red Cheeks Reads
    Alison Bliss always seems to be able to put a smile on my face and that is exactly what this story did. A quirky tale of a white lie gone astray, More To Love is a fun, sexy, and a great way to distract yourself from a boring day.While I will say that this book leans slightly on the silly side of romance humor, I can admit that I was unable to stop reading. Alison Bliss' mixed a body positive message and a yummy alpha man with the small town vib...
  • Lucy Dosch
    Why did I read this? Why? I managed to finish it but only because I forgot to download my next book.The basic premise of the story is that Max, a local electrician, comes back to town after visiting his parents for two weeks. He finds out his friend and sort of father figure might lose his business at the end of the month because someone started parking their food truck in the park across the street from his restaurant and all, yes all, of the di...
  • Twinsie Talk Angie J
    Check out this review and others : I receive this book from the author for an honest review.Jess and Max!! This book was a great addition to the series. I loved that we got to see our old friends but also got to fall for new characters.Max is down right pissy that this new food truck is...
  • Shala
    A cute romance novel. Though this story fell into quite a few of the romace novel tropes, I did find the characters very loveable, and wanted things to work out.Max, our chubby kid turned hunk was a character that I both loved and hated. Loved how he treated Jessa (our curvy girl protagonist) on the romantic side of their relationship, but didn't love the trope that caused the main conflict in the novel. The loveable side characters enhanced my e...
  • Amanda Sheila
    What an underwhelming read. After being blown away by two previous books, this one is definitely the least of my favorite. Mostly because the Hero is selfish AF. I was expecting the heroine to bust his balls a little bit more but.. You know how this usually ends. It's exactly like you think.
  • Becky Rendon
    3.5 starsMore to Love is a whole lot of trouble. Open your mouth once and bam! Instant trouble. A mouth watering temptation is now your personal problem. If only he hadn't lied...An unusual situation leads to an unlikely relationship but it's a house of cards. And the collapse might just cost everything...More to Love is sweet with a side of sass. Plenty of fun and naughtiness to keep you turning pages.
  • Cheri
    I enjoyed this as much as the 1st two in the series. I hope she continues onward with more!
  • Misty (Red's Romance Review's)
    When a new food truck sets up shop across the street from his favorite eatery and drives business away from his favorite cook, Max Hager decides to take matters into his own hands and send them packing. So, he decides to assume the identity of his buddy, the new health inspector, and convince the food truck owner that they are violating the law, but once he is standing in front of the owner he has a little trouble looking her in the face and lyin...
    2018-02-13 to LoveA Perfect FitBy Alison BlissISBN: 9781455568109)Author’s Website: authoralisonbliss(.)comBrought to you by OBS reviewer Andra SummaryThis laugh-out-loud romantic comedy proves that, when enemies become lovers, all bets are off!Jessa Gibson may be new in the little town of Granite, Texas, but in no time at all her gourmet food truck business is booming. Soon she’ll have enough money to open t...
  • Char (1RadReader59)
    I was excited at first to read this book. I was totally impressed with the fresh approach Alison was taking on the plus size. With the being from the POV of Max Hager a man. To let us into the mind of a man and just how much they can suffer from the stinkin’ thinkin’ as we women do. And that when they lose their weight and are trying to maintain their goal weight how it can be a sticky situation. Because I guess are looked at by other men as ...
  • Gaele
    AudioBook ReviewStars: Overall: 3 Narration 4 Story 2 I’d read the first in this series and really liked it – and this book brought in characters from that book, as well as a couple that were newer to me – but the premise is entirely the same. Acceptance … accepting yourself even if you aren’t the prototype of what’s popular or “hot” and the issues that surround finding that acceptance. And in this book, Bliss throws us a curvebal...
  • Adria (Musings and Reviews)
    Originally posted on Adria's Musings and Reviews * A copy of this book was and provided by the publisher via NetGalley for the purpose of an honest review. All conclusions are my own responsibility and I was not compensated for this review.What’s it About? New to town Jessa Gibson's food truck is a hit and she couldn't be happier. Finally she feels like Granite, Texas is somewhere she could belong until a pesky but hunky health inspector starts...
  • Andra Weis
    2018-02-11 to you by OBS reviewer Andra Having read this series from the beginning, I was definitely looking forward to Max’s story. The author, Alison Bliss, does not disappoint. I thoroughly enjoyed the read -> laughing, tearing up, wondering what the heck Max was thinking (you big lunk head) or even…you go girl (referring to Jessa and her spunk).One of the great things I really liked about this story wa...
  • April Symes
    The latest in the Perfect Fit series “ More to Love” by Alison Bliss is another quick sweet and sassy read. This features Max, the instigator friend of the heroes and heroines of the last two books, and Jessa, a chef who runs her own food truck. The story is that Max is pretty steamed that the new food truck is taking business away from his favorite mom and pop restaurant that he likes and goes to. So, he decided to play a pretty mean trick o...
  • books are love
    Received in exchange for a honest review.This was fun. i love all the body positivity from the women. They owned their bodies and who they are and rocked it as well. Jessa especially. She was smart, funny, sassy, sweet and generous. Her heart was gold and she was just so sweet. She knew that it was you who made you and not the outside trappings. Max was once a boy who was bullied for his weight. He never forgot that and was always that little boy...
  • Marie Brown (Marie's Tempting Reads)
    Marie's Tempting Reads ARC Review:More To Love...the third INCREDIBLE story in Alison Bliss's popular Perfect Fit series is SOOOOOO my new favorite RomCom! Perfectly funny, perfectly sexy, and perfectly heartfelt, this story had it all! I LOVED LOVED LOVED Jessa and Max. I really liked how we not only get our curvy girl with attitude, sass, and beauty, we get a hero who has his own set of issues with food and weight. It made for such a great twis...
  • Stacy Jordet
    Another amazing book by Mrs. Bliss. I have been waiting very impatiently for this one.Max and Jessa were fun to read. I adore Jessa. She is someone I would love to meet and hang out with. She has her insecurities like every female but she doesn’t let it run her life. She is quirky, upbeat and just seems like someone who would be fun to be around. She is running a successful food truck with a dream of opening her own restaurant someday. Max is s...
  • Jaime Fiction Fangirls Book Review
    I enjoyed this story but not as much as the other two books in the series. I liked the idea of a hero with food/body issues who falls for a curvy girl who enjoys food and loves her body just as it is. However, I feel like there wasn’t enough time spent on that issue because of the health inspector deception. I actually thought that Max’s reasoning for pretending in the first place was weak. I was also confused why he had to keep the “specia...
  • 2kasmom
    This is book #3, in the A Perfect Fit series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader understanding of the series, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading in order.Max pretends to be something he is not in order to get his way, and solve a problem for a friend. Only he has no intention of falling for the woman he lies to. How to fix it once he realizes the inevitable? Jessica cannot believe there are so many people who love her...
  • Kimberly
    Review featured at www.books-n-kisses.com3.5 Hearts This is a quick read but very sweet. I enjoy the books where the characters are not perfect. Jessa is a bigger girl but Max seems to appreciate what she has. I thought the characters were good. They had depth to them. I wasn’t thrilled with Max at first but he ended up being ok in the end. I did like Jessa though. Jessa and I would be the best of friends if she was real. She is adorable and wo...
  • Lynn Brooks
    3 1/2 STARS!Sweet, steamy ... and fake? *sigh* I'm so conflicted about this book! With the third book in her Perfect Fit series, Alison Bliss brings us Max's story ... a fan favorite from previously in the series. This has been a great series overall ... funny, sassy, flirty and oh so sexy ... but this book just didn't hit me the same way as the first two. I adore Max, and I loved Jessa almost from the moment we met her too, but with the major li...
  • Arys
    More to Love by Alison Bliss is book 3 in the A Perfect Fit series. When Max Hanger moved to Granite he found a restaurant which would tailor to his healthy diet, coming back after a family visit he finds the restaurant on the verge of closing because of a new food truck in town. Jessa Gibson has always loved to cook and after hearing about her mothers travels she knows that Granite is the place she wants to go. The people seem to love her food t...
  • Sandi Thompson
    The third book in Allison Bliss’s Perfect Fit series’s is More To Love. It’s a humorous series that deals with some serious issues. In more To Love, Jessa Gibson and her food truck are new to Granite' Texas. She sets up shop in the park and soon has customers flocking to her truck for her excellent food. One day, the local health inspector shows up and hits her with a list of weird infractions. The problem? He not really the health inspecto...