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Publisher's Summary

This is a modern day take on You've Got Mail with a twist. This laugh-out-loud and heartwarming romantic comedy from best-selling author Meghan Quinn will keep you on the edge of your seat as you fall in love with each and every blind date.

"Good Morning, Malibu. It's another beautiful day on the west coast! I'm Noely Clark, your host. And I'm in the market for love.”

When the publicity team of the new local restaurant Going in Blind begins their search for a hot, local celebrity to promote the wildly popular eatery, they couldn't have found a better person than me. Outgoing? Check. Single? Check. Open to finding love? Check. I signed up immediately. A hopeless romantic with an exceedingly demanding schedule, I've found it impossible to find the man of my dreams so Going in Blind seemed too good to be true! That's until they start setting me up on dates - three very different, very attractive, very distinct blind dates - and only one thing is for certain: I'm in big trouble.

"Good Morning, Malibu. I'm Noely Clark, and I have a choice to make. The question is who will I choose: the suit, the rebel, or the jock."

This audiobook is narrated by Ava Erickson with a special appearance by Aiden Snow.

©2018 Meghan Quinn (P)2018 Novel Audio Inc.

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LOVED LOVED LOVED EVERY MINUTE

I really enjoyed this book and could not put it down. Narration was excellent. Worth the Credit

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Awesome book !

Great storyline and with lots of humor. I absolutely loved this book and can’t wait for next one. Narrators did a fantastic job !

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So F'n Good!

You might piss your pants from laughing out loud. Awesome characters! Lauren and Alex are so hilarious! I'm definitely telling all my friends to read/listen to this book. Kudos Meghan Quinn! 😉

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Loved it!

Wish Aiden Snow narrated a lot more in this story, don’t get me wrong Ava Erickson did a great job just wish they mixed it up to hear the males POV 😊

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Great story-but what happened at the end?

Loved how this back loosely compared to the Movie You’ve Got Mail and is mentioned throughout the story.

This differed from a true slow burn ... what happened at the end?

It painted the picture of a blossoming love story but ended on a semi-cliffhanger.

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  • 06-10-18

Such a fun book

This review is going to be short and sweet. I’ve really struggled over this review, I know what you’re thinking (maybe) usually if I struggle it’s because I didn’t connect with the book right?Right! Except, that isn’t the case here, I loved this book so much, but, I don’t want to give anything away and spoil it. It’s so hard to do with a book like this. So short and sweet it will have to be.

Noely Clark is looking for love and thanks to a new restaurant… with a twist, Going in Blind allows clients to be matched and go on blind dates, however, when Noely is matched with three potential dates, The Suit, The Rebel, and The Jock, she has a decision to make. Join Noely as she embarks on her search for love. Who is her perfect match, and will it be love at first sight?

Ok, who has been hiding Meghan Quinn from me? Seriously, this isn’t funny anymore. You have to share the love. Three Blind Dates had me laughing out loud, it was such fun, I need to read… or listen to more from Meghan Quinn because this was such a fun experience. I loved the style and flow of the writing, it had me hooked from the first chapter. The storyline was interesting and kept my attention throughout. The twists were great, and I was kept guessing, even when I had the ‘I know who it is’ thoughts but then something would happen, and I’d think ‘but maybe….’ And then I’d go back to my original thought. It was so good. I love having those types of thoughts and reactions to a book. I really loved the cover, it is eye-catching and gives you an idea of the story. I don’t think it could get any better. The cover has been updated since I first wrote this, and I do still like it a lot, even though I’m partial to the original. The audio cover would have been better with the narrator names…but, that’s just me and my want for knowing who is performing at a glance.

These characters are fantastic. I love them all. Meghan asks readers to pick a team before they start reading, it was tough, but I chose #TeamSuit, because, you know, suits are kinda my kryptonite. Although both the Jock and the Rebel captured my attention, I must say that the Suit held my heart from the beginning. I did swoon over all three of them. I may have suggested she keep them all… what? Nothing wrong with a little sharing of the love. Noely was just awesome, I adore her. She’s funny and a little crazy but in a good way. I wanted her to find her perfect match and get her happily ever after. I so wanna go hang out with her and Dylan, they were a hoot.

If you’ve read anything about the book you’ll know it was inspired by the movie You’ve Got Mail. I hadn’t seen the movie in years but after finishing this book I made my husband trek through the wilderness to retrieve a copy… ok, so that might be a slight exaggeration, he did have to face the junk room to grab my copy though, and I curled up and watched it. Honestly, I forgot how good the movie was and while watching I couldn’t help but think about Three Blind Dates. And, when I finished the audio – guess what I watched?

The majority of this book is from Noely’s point of view, so Ava Erickson is the main narrator and performs the book flawlessly. It was such a joy to listen to it. She really breathed life into each of these characters and gave them each a unique flair that not only made them easily identifiable but also endearing. I love how she conveyed the different feelings the characters were experiencing, especially Noely. Ava is fast becoming one of my top female performers.

Aiden Snow narrates a couple of chapters towards the end, don’t worry I didn’t throw anything this time, I’d already read the book, I was prepared haha. He narrates them so well that it’s enjoyable and totally worth spending a credit on. The characters are fun and that came across in his performance, as well as the uncertainty that the character felt. The production was great with no issues that I noted.