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Dating in the Dark Review | Dating in the Dark by Alexandria Bishopby Alexandria Bishop

on March 19, 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Source: Author
Amazon|Amazon Paperback

Speed dating. With a stranger. In the dark. As if dating isn't hard enough already, why not add in a whole new challenge.

According to Tinley's very pregnant sister, and best friend, binging on Netflix, wine, and cupcakes won't lead to her happily ever after. What do they know?

Four courses. Four dates. Four very unwelcome, and unwanted courses. An appetizer, salad, dinner, and dessert. Every last one ends in disaster.
Except date number four. Dessert has always been Tinley's favorite.

He's a complete mystery, and she can't seem to stop thinking about him. Whoever he is.

Falling in love wasn't on her radar but that might be what's happening between her and mystery date number four.

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Novel Thoughts

Bare with me, okay? I’m not real sure how to tell you about Dating in the Dark. It was a quick read, that kept me engaged the entire time and then…


The book was over leaving me hanging on a cliff!! Now. Had I, you know.. read more about the book I would have realized that this was a trilogy, and it was all one couple and not multiple couples and I wouldn’t have been so woefully unprepared for this.

Okay. Moving on. Dating in the Dark is a funny read and the premise is awesome and it has lots of texting and I love, love texting in books. However. Something felt a little off. I’m not sure what was off about it honestly. And tbh. The story isn’t over, it’s so far from over and I have so so much I want to say about it, but at the exact same time, I feel like I might give too much away about Dating in the Dark.

Just so you know going into Dating in the Dark, it is third person. I usually don’t like these, but I think that Alexandria did a good job and I still felt connected to Tinley. I actually felt like Tinley is a kindered spirit and we just get each other, maybe because we are both 30ish and single? #thestruggle Tinley is a little clumsy and outspoken, what more could we ask from our heroine these days.

Overall Dating in the Dark is a good book and I will continue to sit around desperately waiting to know what happens with the next book is released. I NEED TO KNOW!.

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