The Love Hunt has returned. Gracie is back on the dating horse after a huge fall in her first tick-list-tastic love hunt.
Her new dating adventures take her and Eva into the depths of "the love game".
In the meantime, Eva, the ultimate Russian gold digger, has come to the conclusion that her poor "village idiot boyfriend" will never be enough. He will certainly not pay off her accumulating debts. She needs a rich man, and that means rich idiot dating.
In The Love Game, Eva and Gracie travel the journey of extreme love learning. On the way, they will discover their love and lust lists, their intrinsic issues, and experience some hilarious and jaw-dropping dates in pursuit of the wealthy ideal.
All of this in the pursuit of love.
The Love Hunt II is on!
©2014 Ruby Allure (P)2015 Ruby Allure
The last narrated line from this book is "This is a happy love day!" Cheesy much.
I loved the idea of the book source as emails between two friends. The author did a great job establishing scenarios and emotions in such a limited context. The emails became preachy and waxed way too philosophical at the end and that made it less about emails between two friends and more psychological review. I know it had to be done to show the growth of Eva and Grace but it was too over the top to be believable.
It was a good listen though and anyone who has ever tried Internet dating can certainly relate.
his audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. The narrator was phenomical! What an excellent performance of a decent book. Not my type of book, but worth a credit nonetheless.
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