Ellen may not believe in storybook love, but it’s about to rewrite her life...
Ellen’s figured out that finding the right guy is all about compatibility. That’s why she signs up for Detailed Dating - the local online dating scene in Sacramento. They ask men the hard questions, compare their answers with hers, then she filters through the profiles of each provided “match.” After numerous email exchanges, she narrows it down to two promising candidates she’s excited to meet in person.
When Ellen’s best friend asks her for a favor, dog-sitting leads to disaster and Ellen ends up at the local vet where she meets a man she can’t get out of her mind. Henry isn’t a logical choice, but she finds herself paying for dog obedience class to spend more time with him.
Ellen knows that in order to have a lasting relationship, she should take the safe route and go for one of the pre-screened guys. But, how can she think with her head when her heart keeps begging her to give Henry a chance?
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Yes I thought it was a sweet, humors read with a lovely narrator, it was nice to have a fun loving read that let you just enjoy.
The picture of her, and of course when he pulled the hairball out of the dog and she asked him if he was a vet.
A cute humorous short romance about looking for love in all the wrong places only to find it right in front of you where you least expected. People can be too much alike or think they want something they do not. Sometimes compatibility is overrated we can be too compatible or think we want one thing when in fact it isn’t what we want at all.
Elle felt she needed to find someone compatible she signed up on Detailed Dating site. She did her profile and got her dates. The dates were all wrong she found what she really wanted was what she didn’t want at all. It was really funny watching her date and how the dates went.
I loved how a dog brought two people together, it was very funny. I loved that dog. Henry was a very sweet wonderful character who gave a lot of his self. There are some misunderstandings which turn out to be cute. The author gives you a well told story which will keep you smiling and the narrator makes you chuckle with her wonderful voices. There are so many lovely characters in this store, each bring so much to the tale that will keep you interested. Before you know it the book is over and you can’t wait for the next in this series.
This was a cute little read that is a funny clean reads about finding the mate of your dreams at first site. If you want an easy fast fun read this is the book for you.
This is my favorite story of Susan Hatler's and the best audiobook I've read. I
Chester. What a cute spunky mini beagle with great personality, who unknowingly set them up !
I loved all the characters performed by Martha!
LOVED this book. Loved all the characters and personalities. This book made me giggle ALOT. Sitting in traffic was way more bearable while listening to Love at First Date.
This is a great book written by Susan Hatler and narrated by Martha Lee. Ellen does not believe in the fairytale romance, she thinks that it is all about compatibility. She signs herself up with Detailed Dating, the local online dating scene in Sacramento, CA. She has narrowed down her “match” to two promising candidates. Ellen’s best friend asks her to dog sit, when an accident happens she takes the dog to the local vet and meets Henry. Henry is not the logical choice but she can’t get him off of her mind.
The narrator Martha Lee did a great job with this book, and it was very easy to listen to. She did a great job with the different voices of each character in this book. It was very easy to listen to in one sitting and I didn’t want to stop listening until the end.
If you are looking for a great book with great characters then you need to listen to this book. I am looking forward to listening to the next book by this author and narrator.
A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.
I'd have to say its in the top 5 for sure
The Art Gallery scene....that's where it comes together...it was a awesome scene
I liked the way she brought the characters to life. She brought out the feelings an really made you feel what they were feeling
LOL I did both. The scene's with Chester had me giggling an when "the secret" comes out I teared up
This is short yet fun read. If you have a dog this book will be extra enjoyable for you to read. I have 5 dogs I enjoyed it ALOT!!!
It had me laughing at Chester antics and wondering who Ellen would select as her “Compatible” match. I could relate to some of the dating challenges that Ellen faced and how others relationships may have an impact on a person choices for their own relationships.
I would say that it similar to the "Mutt and the Match Maker" By J.B. Lynn as they both have Dogs that bring two people together and The main character is on a quest for love.
I love the different tones for each of the characters, which made it easy to follow.
Yes, if time would of permitted.
I received the Audible of “Love at First Date” by Susan Hatler and Narrated by Martha Lee. I enjoyed the narration by Martha Lee, she made it easy to follow along and used differentiated tones for each of the characters. The author Susan Hatler did an amazing job with this book, it had me laughing at Chester antics and wondering who Ellen would select as her “Compatible” match. I could relate to some of the dating challenges that Ellen faced and how others relationships may have an impact on a person choices for their own relationships. I absolutely loved this story and will be looking for other books by Susan Hatler.
Such a sweet story.
Ellen looks for love in what could be the wrong place, for her. Thank goodness she eventually realizes this and also realizes that she has unexpectedly fallen in love ... Big time!
I loved the last scene and that was the best part of the book for me. Don't get me wrong, the rest of the book builds up to that wonderful climax at the end.
I'm impressed with this author. She tells a lovely tale that flows from scene to scene.
The narration was really good, effortless, clear, amusing and enhanced the writing.
This was one of those books that are nust fun . No hard plot, no looking for the bad guy--unless you consider a naughty little puppy--just fun and charm.
It's one of those couples where she is using a dating site to help her find the right guy. He should be all wrong. He doesn't match her list of musts, but he did stop her at first glance. Ennoy as you watch her do that thing that happens when you assume. A romance has to have a HEA. You'll lovei theirs.
I love to read so having an audio edition of the book allows me to listen wherever, even at work and still have that love of reading.
I am a huge dog lover, owning two rescue pugs, so when it centered around dog school and a rescued Lab(which my mom has a Black Lab) made me instantly fall in love with the story.
I liked her various voices and how the timber of her voice made it enjoyable.
It made me laugh, especially with the Chester, who ate hair off a hairbrush and chewed a boot, everything a dog does.
I want to listen to the others in the series now.
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I would say they're about the same. But it is very pleasant to put in the ear plugs and be read to.
I would have to recommend all of the books in Ms. Halter's Better Date Than Never series. Her writing style is consistent, well paced, and infused with humor. Very light and enjoyable reads.
I really liked her voice work for Henry. She did an impressive job voicing his male voice.
I liked when Ellen realized she loved Henry, just when her friend had told him she had found her perfect match on the dating site. I loved how she went after him to tell him it was him she wanted.
Wonderful short story of Ellen's modern day search for love. This book was funny, sweet, cleverly written, heart warming and had a fantastic ending! I especially liked how the characters seemed real. Like people I'd know and be friends with, making it easy to relate to them and therefore the story. Gave me hope my Henry is out there... now if only I had a dog to take to obedience school!
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