- File Size: 1806 KB
- Print Length: 226 pages
- Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (October 27, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 27, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016QUC4FQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #753,206 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Maggie is a charismatic young woman looking for success in an acting career. As the novel suggests, this novel follows her trials and tribulations in the dating world. Her love life is full of interesting situations and swift entrances/exits of men. However, when she meets Cliff, something tells Maggie things are about to change, even though she can't admit it right away.
I loved how Maggie was easy to relate to. As a twenty-something, I found it easy to connect to her quirks, her trials in love, and her desire to achieve her dreams. I found Maggie to be a very likable character. I also liked the modern connections to dating. Maggie makes videos about her dating life, which I found to be interesting. Cliff, of course, is a very charismatic, appealing man. I liked his "cowboy" edge; I think the author did a good job at not overdoing it. Cliff strikes the perfect, sexy balance between cowboy and modern stud.
My only criticism is that at times, the book moved too fast. There were some scenes I wish were a bit longer. I felt like the book moved to swiftly at points. I also felt like I wanted a little more depth in the dialogue at points. I would have actually liked for the book to be a bit longer so I could see more of the interactions between the characters at times.
Overall, though, I think this is a lovely read that twenty-somethings will see themselves in. This is a book about the modern woman and her struggles with love, work, and the trials of daily life. Dating Maggie is a quick, relaxing read that will make you smile and make you say, "Yes, I can relate to that!"
M. J. Greenway, in short, captures the true essence of living in the modern, upbeat world and finding love to quench one's desperate desires.
***ARC received in exchange for an honest review****
The subplot about her career was pretty realistic and kept me turning the page. Not the love story. Also, the "sex scenes" in this book were like 2 sentences. This book is very much a quick beach read. There is nothing here that will linger with you or make you want to re read the book. I'm glad it was free.