Blind Match, Perfect Match Agency #3 by M.M. Farmer

"What a steamy romance story, that's full of instalove and mpreg." Angel read and reviewed Blind Match.

From the blurb:

He is the perfect omega match in every way…but is this alpha ready for the unexpected?


As dedicated as I’ve always been to my family’s yacht business, all I’ve ever wanted is a family of my own. So when the opportunity to find a mate through the Perfect Match Agency arose, I jumped at it. I knew from the moment I laid eyes on Emerson Carter that he was the only man for me. But I’m not sure I’m ready for the little surprise that wasn’t listed on his profile.


Luke is everything I’ve ever wanted in an alpha and then some. The moment I first touched him, I started to go into heat. So how could I resist his invitation to go sailing out on the open ocean as the end of our first date…and the beginning of our life together. But when we are caught in a storm at sea, we end up with a little more adventure than we bargained for. The storm might bring us together, but other forces threaten to tear us apart.

Perfect Match Agency is a multi-author gay romance series. The stories are non-shifter omegaverse, with high heat and low angst. Male pregnancy is possible in the world. Each individual book can be read as a standalone, features a new couple, and a satisfying happily ever after. Blind Match is the third book in the series and features love at first…sight?, rut and heat, adventure on the high seas, meddling parents, and a happily ever after.

Angel's Review:

Wow-ee is this story steamy! After Luke and Emerson her matched together through a dating agency that says they're 90% compatible, they decide to meet up. Upon meeting each other they form an instant connection that neither men can fight. 

They set out to see strangers and come back to shore mates, and fiance's. 

I enjoyed this story a lot! I don't think I've read an mpreg book that has had a blind omega main  character, and I liked how blindness was represented in this story. It wasn't just a character trait, there was information along with a backstory for Emerson. How he became blind, how he learned how to live without his eyesight, and what he does currently to help other young people who lose their vision. I really enjoyed that aspect of this book. I also liked the details of Luke managing his boat, and how he went about sailing. That was quite neat to read about. And while I first disliked their parents, the scene where they just kept bickering was quite humorous! Especially cause Emerson had to keep telling Luke to let their parents talk it out. 

Overall a great mpreg story, and what a perfectly fitting name for their baby.

Rating: 4 Stars

Blind Match is available to buy as an ebook or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.