What I Loved:
I loved how sweet this love story was! I felt like it is the kind of story that just boosts your mood!
How I Felt:
The plot felt like the kind of movie you sit down and snuggle on the couch for. I just had this wonderful happy feeling reading through it. The storyline makes you laugh and sigh in the best ways! Jade has decided to turn to online dating to avoid the hunky Aiden, already claimed by her best friend. Fate seems to have other plans though!
The characters were so full of personality! I loved Jade. I found her to be charming and playful. I definitely want to be friends with her! I appreciated her strong bonds of friendship, and I loved that she tried to avoid the unavoidable.
Overall, I really enjoyed this story! I felt that the author made this such a cozy, enjoyable book that rom-com fans will be delighted to read it!
To Read or Not To Read:
I would recommend Swipe To Love for readers that enjoy a sweet contemporary romance with wonderful characters and a great story.
Where to Find This Book:
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What is worse than having your mother set you up on a blind date? I’ll tell you, crushing on Aiden Lang.
The new office hunk, who has every girl’s attention even my best friend Amy’s. She took one look at him and was convinced that he’s her soulmate. Fate wasn’t playing fair when our boss had Aiden and myself working on the same project, having meeting after meeting together. The one day I tripped over my heels right into his hard chest. Amy was my only reminder that I didn’t have any claim to Aiden like she did. Becoming a bad friend for a good time just wasn’t in me. Determined to forget my best friend’s crush I jumped head first back into online dating. Though destiny wasn’t done with me yet.
Betray my best friend or take the risk on someone new? The thing about dating on the internet is you never truly know who’s behind the screens.
Just the Facts:
Swipe To Love by Angelique Bosman
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 230 pages
Pub Date: June 25, 2020
I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.