No. And yes. Here’s the thing: many reviewers shy away from self-published books because many (not all) of them have not gone through the same rigorous editing and vetting processes as traditionally-published books. Therefore, reviewers know that if they accept your book for review and it has typo/editing/layout/design problems, they have to discuss those…and who wants to do that? I know I don’t.
Back in the day when I still accepted self-published books for review, I often had to give the writer a choice: either I sent the book back and waited for a more professional version before I posted the review (in other words, I gave them the choice to SKIP the review), or I went ahead with the review and wrote about EVERYTHING I found, good and bad.
Some writers really appreciated this. Others did not. My conclusion: Stick to traditionally-published books. That being said, check out the FAQ called “WHERE CAN I FIND A REVIEWER FOR MY BOOK” for your starting place.