by Rhonda Stapleton
Teen Cupids Wanted for Matchmaking Company. Call for Interview.
Seems like a good gig and Felicity could definitely use the cash, so she's super excited when she's offered the job. She gets a cool pink PDA and a keep-the-secret contract, too.
But what she thought was just a simple job watching videos and of the loveless and matching them to other loveless losers turns out to be something completely different.
She discovers that she's now a cupid. Not THE cupid, but one of the many cupids working around the world to make true love matches and get couples together. All she has to do is send a couple of magic emails to her targets and they have two weeks of pure bliss together. If they stick together after that, they are an official couple and Felicity gets a bonus in her paycheck!
So she starts fixing up the people around her. Of course, she's a little too lazy to read the manual, so there are a few mistakes along the way, but what's a cupid to do?
Final thoughts: It is what it is. Nothing special, but no brain drain. There are a few cute moments, but the story is fairly predictable.