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Click Date Repeat Paperback – August 21, 2014
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"Farnham keeps her novel constantly moving . . . with alternating scenes focused on Chloe's friends, her love jaunts, the relationship Chloe has with her mom, and particularly Chloe's character development. Indeed, Farnham has created a dynamic character . . . While Click Date Repeat is funny and extremely charming, the relationship dynamics represent more reality than just an interesting story." - San Francisco Book Review
About the Author
K. J. Farnham is a former educator. Farnham lives in western Wisconsin with her husband, three children and three cats. When she is not busy keeping up with her children, she can be found reading or writing. The storyline for "Click Date Repeat" is a result of her experiences (and mishaps) with online dating, through which she met her husband. facebook.com/ClickDateRepeat
Top customer reviews
What Farnham does well is get the reader invested in each of the guys she meets. This novel is almost the "coming of age" of a woman in her mid 20s transitioning into full adulthood: we see how Chloe lets her mother, friends, and old boyfriends make decisions for her ... but she doesn't really have that moment of taking back her life and her choices. Chloe is a serial dater who does eventually realize her psychology behind jumping into serious relationships, but not sticking to them, but she doesn't have a "I'm happy on my own" moment either. Farnham does set the reader to think this is a certain kind of story, but it doesn't fall into classic romance novel models.
Bonus points for a main character who is a person of color.
This book is actually very enjoyable, and it took me by a surprise that it was actually inspired by the author's actual experiences.
This book basically follows the author around as she experiences all the different kind of guys on online dating. It is really fun to read the horrid and dreadful dating experiences, and believe it or not, for someone who has never been on a date before, I learned a lot on dating antiquates through this book.
So for that, thank you.
As much as I enjoyed this book, I do not think I will be continuing the series. I feel like I definitely enjoyed reading this book, but as much as I enjoyed it, it was ultimately not enough to get me to continue.