A romantic who believes in love... Walking love disaster Mia Donovan is a reality television production assistant by day, secret dating blogger Lonely Girl by night. All she has to do to get the job of a lifetime is face her fears and step in front of the camera. Unfortunately that also means dating her nemesis, Single Guy, for the entire world to see.
A cynic giving love advice... Reluctant dating columnists Ryan Matthews, otherwise known as Single Guy, thinks reality-dating shows are soul-sucking endeavors that have more to do with selling unrealistic expectations than love. But for a shot at writing serious stories, he's willing to go undercover on Love Reality to do an exposé on the dating competition. What he doesn't count on is falling in love.
©2015 Nana Malone (P)2015 Audible Inc.
I love this series, but this story was just--ok. It didn't grab me or hold my attention like some of the others. As for the narration, it's really off-putting to have the characters in every story sound exactly the same. Each heroine has the same voice, as do the heroes of the stories. Also, none of the African American heroines appear to be voiced by African American women. That's particularly annoying. Without the verbal reminders, I forget they are supposed to be African American.
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
Another WONDERFUL BWWM love story that had me cheering. I am proud of this writer. She keeps humor, drama & love in balance if EVERY STORY. KUDOS NANA MALONE!
You have a wonderful GIFT in writing. I thank you for sharing you vision so people (like me) can imagaine along with you (especially audible version for us that drive alot) This was and excellent story to add to a library.. A wonderful buy... Ending needed a Epilogue!!
I like the story but I would have liked something more to happen to Mia's boss. Also the story just ended with everything up in the air. Can't wait to see what happens in the next book
Started out liking the book, but it isn't as lighthearted as the the blurb would have you believe. About half way through I only listened to finish the book. Not sure I'll read anything else from this author.
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