Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Release + Review - Stacey Lynn - 28 Dates

28 Dates, a captivating all-new friends-to-lovers romance by Stacey Lynn is now live!  

In the age of apps and social media, how many dates does it take to find “the one”? The author of Knocked Up and Fake Wife swipes right on love with a captivating friends-to-lovers tale.

Caitlin Pappas is a lifelong commitment-phobe. The closest thing she’s had to a relationship in the last few years was a friends-with-benefits thing that fizzled out because the guy wanted more. So when she and her best friend design a new app that promises to find “the one” in 28 Dates, Caitlin is the perfect guinea pig. Little does she know that she may have already met her match. . . .
Jonas Reeves has tried his best to move on after Caitlin didn’t want take things to the next level. Now they really are just friends . . . without benefits. Caitlin’s even a regular at his bar, The Dirty Martini. But when he learns that Caitlin plans to beta-test a new dating app on his home turf, Jonas senses a golden opportunity to win her heart. Even if he has to slide into her DMs to do it. . . .

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Our Reviewv
Cute romance novel. 28 Dates was a solid romance novel. The story was good and I enjoyed the characters. If you like romance with a bit of humor, then you will like this book.

I liked the plot of this book. What happens when your best friend asks you to try his new dating app? Well our main character reluctantly agrees. What follows is a series of unfortunate dates that could lead to the one.

Caitlin was an interesting character. I found her a bit annoying at times, but overall I liked her. She is smart and strong. Then you have Jonas. I liked him as well. At times I found him a bit unsettling. He is caring and strong, but good overall.

The heat in this book is there but muted. I feel this plays into the overall theme of the book. The two characters have history which means there is tension. A lot of tension. I liked this aspect of the book.

The writing style in this story is good. The humor was perfectly timed. The overall dangers of online dating are present. The pace of the story is steady. The characters are dynamic. The story is told from dual point of view.

Overall, this is a good story. I really enjoyed the plot and characters. This was a good romance novel. 

Plot: 4/5
Heat: 5/5
Writing Style: 5/5

Overall: 4/5

About the Author
When Stacey Lynn isn’t conquering mountains of laundry and fighting a war against dust bunnies and cracker crumbs, you can find her playing with her children, curled up on the couch with a good book, or behind closed doors, imagining the next adventures she’ll soon write.
She lives off her daily pot of coffee, can only write with a bowlful of Skittles nearby, and has been in love with romance novels since before she could drive herself to the library.
Stacey Lynn lives with her husband and children in North Carolina.

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