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Love at First Date (Better Date than Never Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The story starts off with Ellen realizing that the way to her true soul mate would be
online dating, it would be a fast way to narrow down her candidates. How wrong could it be when you have a high percentage compatibility rate with the other person? Ellen narrows her choices down to two men and plans to meet them in person on different dates.
Ellen's best friend Rachel ask her to dog sit for the night, which leads to a visit to the vet.
Ellen never expected to run into Henry, a handsome and mysterious man who is attending dog obedience classes with his pooch. Since Chester (Rachel's dog) has chewing issues Ellen decides to sign him up for classes. The nights Ellen and Henry are in obedience class with the dogs feels like it's better than any date Ellen has been on.
How will Ellen handle her online dating? Will Ellen and Henry forget each other once the 5 days of classes are finished and will Chester have learned anything?
I really did enjoy this fun romantic story and I am looking forward to reading more from
The Better Date than Never series collection.
Elle felt she needed to find someone compatible she signed up on Detailed Dating site. She did her profile and got her dates. The dates were all wrong she found what she really wanted was what she didn’t want at all.
This was a cute little read that is a funny clean reads about finding the mate of your dreams at first site. If you want an easy fast fun read this is the book for you.
Ellen is a planner, which is so not me! I loved reading someone who is so much my opposite and seeing her fall for a guy who would totally do it for me as well! I will say be both have the same sense of humor and sass!
Henry is so sweet and he made me giggle often. I am a sucker for playful banter!
The whole book is from Ellen's POV, which limits how the reader seeing events. You only have her perspective to work from. Fortunately there are plenty of cues that you can pick up on to give you the bigger picture.
It is all sweet, a light flirtation but it never gets to the bedroom stage.
I listened to the audiobook narrated by Martha Lee, who does a great job. She has a soothing mature tone to her read but is still able to bring out the lightness in the banter. I really liked her voices and how distinct she keeps them. I really hope she stays with the whole series because she was a delight to listen to from beginning to end.
I am excite to have found this series. I love a tasty little treat every now and again!! Bonus these books are on Whispersync for Voice. If you snag the ebook the audio is only $1.99! Score!
Rachel, her best friend and office mate gets a date and asks her for a favor - doggie-sitting her dog Chester, who recently chewed on her beautiful black boots. When Chesters seems to have swallowed something, she takes the dog to the nearest vet and meets Henry, the most mysterious man she has ever known. He has recently rescued a dog and names her Kenzie and they're doing an obedience training. He is good-looking, smiles a lot, helps her with training and is fun to be with. What's not to love? Ellen's clearly smitten with the guy, but she doesn't want anything to do with him because he's a complete stranger. She doesn't like asking too many questions about a guy, unless it's all stated in Detailed Dating.
Until Ellen finally gets to date her matches. Until all she thinks about is Henry and his mysterious ways. Until she learns from Rachel that he's not going to get in touch with her again. Bummer!
I love this short story so much. I wish it was longer, though. I love Ellen and her eccentric ways and her naivety. Sure, she's quite closed-minded sometimes, heck, she even annoys me with her compulsive thinking and over-the-top assumptions about Henry. But there's something about her that I found charming about her. I like how she stands her ground and balances her choices, I like how she acts like an awkward teenager when she's around Henry. She's a doll!
I'm liking short stories lately. They satisfy me at some point and makes me think outside the box. I've read some books by Susan Hatler and I always find myself laughing and feeling like a lovestruck idiot in the end, but I don't care. I gotta hand it to Susan, she's the queen of short rom-coms and she deserves it.