Wednesday, August 21, 2013

"Trials And Tribulations Of A Blind Date" (A Happy Ashley Review)

Hey guys,

    This is a book by two different authors, Joanne Rawson and Molly Whalen. These two amazing writers styles go together so well to make up  different blind date stories. They will both have you laughing and wanting to kill the main character for being so stupid at times. All of the male leads are to die for and they are  from different professions, but these  stories go so well together, that you will love them all. Plus, from the cover you are drawn in to the funny world before reading one word.

Here is the summary for both of these amazing authors stories.....

  "The Art of Embellishing Molly Whalen

Shay Mohan always thought honesty was the best policy and you treat people the way you want to be treated. And yet every relationship she had left her feeling burned until Zoe, her friend, took matters into her own hands and signed her up on an online dating site. Things begin to heat up when the 'White Knight' appears but is he really who he says he is or just blowing smoke?

Unexpected Blind Date by Joanne Rawson

If any of Grace Worthing's friends dared to suggest she should go on a blind date, her answer would have been, "Blind dates are so tacky; they are definitely for the desperate." She was so over men! After her fifth Sex on the Beach cocktail she told friends she would never have sex again, let alone have sex on a beach. Then, somewhere between her second and third tequila slammer, Grace found herself, agreeing to meet Adrian. Little did she know how interesting and unexpected her blind date would be.

How A Night Unfolds by Molly Whalen

Quinn Hancock had it all, a life that everyone dreams of, but few are able to attain. She was what you called a "triple threat," brains, beauty, and financially successful, but none of those things kept her warm at night. She thought a change of scenery to the windy city may be just the thing to breathe life back into her love life. When her friend tries to fix her up on a blind date with a business associate, Quinn quickly figures out the difference between a blind date and being blindsided."

What I really loved about these stories, is any girl out there could relate to the main female character. We have all been on dates with losers and maybe had one blind date too many. I can relate because I have been on dates that were just as horrible as these stories, but the only difference is I haven't met the right one yet. These two authors can make you feel like you are in the story with the characters. This is one amazing book that you won't want to put down and will want to read again and again.



Rating: 5/5 Evan Bourne's because he is one guy I wouldn't mind going on a date with....

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