Miss Match

Miss Match

by Sebastian Roberts, Thomas R. Cuba

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BN ID: 2940157305024
Publisher: Thomas R. Cuba
Publication date: 03/26/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 215
File size: 307 KB

About the Author

Sebastian has served as an Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Navy, a scoutmaster, SCUBA instructor, Wilderness Survival Instructor, and Firearms Instructor. He has worked as an ecologist in both government and private practice, as well as a freelance nature photographer and computer programmer.
Sebastian’s favorite quote is “Failure is the whetstone of success.”

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Miss Match 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
VanNice More than 1 year ago
is she doing the research project and will she stay on track? Or is she being researched herself and where is that going? An intriguing tale, based on a true story, with an unexpected flip at the end.
MartiW More than 1 year ago
Expect the unexpected. This is a powerful short story with an intriguing plot line. Sebastian Roberts writes well developed characters and includes some mystery, suspense, science and spirituality in the mix. It is a delightful weekend read. Well worth your time.
Keith_Locke More than 1 year ago
Miss Match, by Sebastian Roberts, is a great read for an author's first book. It's not a mystery, but some mysterious things happen. It's not a spy novel, but the main character, Winifred, known to her friends as Freddie, seems like a spy with her hidden microphone. Why is she recording her dates with all those guys? What is her project? Will she succeed? It's not a romance novel, but romance beckons to Freddie. It's not a thriller, but reading the book is a thrill. In the end, we readers are treated to a surprise or two that will leave us liking professors a bit less, pondering the several possible morals of the story, and wondering where Freddie's life will lead her next. One hopes that Freddie will resurface in future books because the character is adorable and well-developed. I want to read more books with Freddie in them. One of my favorite quotes is early in the book, by Freddie's daughter, Brea: “You always told me that progress included pain, Mom”...”Now I know what you mean.”