Book Review: Click. Date. Repeat. by K.J. Farnham
Title: Click. Date. Repeat.
Author: K.J. Farnham
Genre: NA, Chick Lit, Contemporary Romance
Source: Arc, ebook
These days, finding love online is as commonplace as ordering that coveted sweater. But back in 2003, the whole concept of internet dating was still quite new, with a stigma attached to it that meant those who were willing to test the waters faced a fair amount of skepticism from friends and family. Such is the case for Chloe Thompson, a restless 20-something tired of the typical dating scene and curious about what she might find inside her parents' computer. With two serious but failed relationships behind her, Chloe isn't even entirely sure what she's looking for. She just knows that whatever it is, she wants to find it. Chloe's foray into online dating involves a head-first dive into a world of matches, ice breakers and the occasional offer of dick pics, all while Chloe strives to shake herself of the ex who just refuses to disappear. Will she simultaneously find herself and "the one" online, or will the ever-growing pile of humorous and downright disastrous dates only prove her friends and family right? There's only one way to find out... Click. Date. Repeat.
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.