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Click Date Repeat Kindle Edition
"A light, fun read with moments that have you laughing out loud. The story is quick and in constant motion, never a dull moment!" - WordsAPlenty
"From the first hilarious and disastrous date, I thought that this was going to be a lighthearted, humorous look atonline dating, but what you get is so much more." - Books, Chocolate and Wine
"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
"Fate leads to love in this realistic novel . . . Anyone who's been on a first date will find something to sympathize with in the litany of Chloe's experiences, from the funny to the hopeful." - Kirkus Reviews
"Farnham has woven quirky humor with an engaging plot into a fast-paced read that women will devour in a heartbeat." - GoodbooksToday.com Reviews
About the Author
- ASIN : B00MXSLAJC
- Language : English
- File size : 1293 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 334 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #925,734 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Although the book is told as a fictional story it is to a certain extent based on real life events in the author's life. It is based during the early years of online dating, when it was all new and exciting and there was still a lot of distrust about the whole thing.
This story is about Chloe, a young single woman looking for love. She is under no illusions that online dating will help her find love straight away. She knows that she will need to go on numerous dates in order to find the one she is hoping to find. The dates she goes on are a mix of hilarious dates and pretty decent ones.
We don't just find out about her quest for love. We also meet some of her friends. The chapters involving her friends are almost as funny at times as the dates themselves.
I read this book over two nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. The ending is brilliant, leaving the reader with just enough to have us guessing as to what happened next.
I recommend this book to those who have, perhaps, dabbled in online dating themselves. But this story will also appeal to anyone who likes a bit of a laugh.
I enjoyed watching Chloe as she tried to navigate this new venture of online dating, working out the best way to find out a persons qualities, and who to avoid (this doesn't always work) whilst dealing with her two best friends and their own life disasters. in the End Shelley shows her true colours, and Jess is a Drama Queen.
I did feel the end was a bit of a 'non ending' but maybe that's because there is another instalment?
The story centres upon Chloe, a twenty-something teacher who is single and, after a few failed relationships, has decided to give online dating a try. Her decision is met with mixed reactions from friends and family, and comes with mixed results as she throws herself into some serious serial dating. You'll have to read the story to find out if she finds Mr Right and gets her HEA. What I will say, however, is that it is far from smooth sailing along the way!
KJ Farnham does a fine job of exploring the thrills and pitfalls of what was (back then) a new phenomenon, whilst simultaneously developing characters who are very real in their mix of confusion, hopes, despairs and desires. This is undoubtedly an entertaining, tightly-crafted story of something to which we can all relate: the need for love. Highly recommended: 5 stars.