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  • Fab escapism

    Wow, this is Zara Stoneley on top form. I really loved both Rosie and Noah, both characters have a lot of warmth but also a lot of depth. The concept of Noah teaching Rosie how to date is unusual but works and Zara has created lots of believable chemistry between them. This is a very relaxing read and a great book to absorb yourself in to escape from the troubles of the real world right now.

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  • Faith

    Rosie had broken up in the past year with her long time boyfriend. Then she found out he had moved on. A new relationship, a new location, and it all made her feel as if she could not move on. So she gets herself out there. Noah meets Rosie when she is stood up by her date. The no show provides the opportunity he needs to talk to such a beautiful woman. He is instantly attracted to her. She lets him know how not interested she is right away. Then they can be friends and he can help her. Unless he is the best date she has ever had? This was a new author for me. I was happily surprised when the story turned out to be so sweet with a some serious sexy thrown in. The characters were obviously meant to be. Together they are both happier about life. I found myself not wanting to put the book down. I could not wait to get to the end. Then I was sad I was at the end. Maybe we will get lucky and we see these cuties in later books? I enjoyed this one and hope to read more by this author. ***This early copy was given to me by Netgalley and its publishers, in exchange for my honest opinion and review.

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  • An enjoyable friends-to-lovers romance

    Rosie and Noah meet at a bar one night when her Tinder date has ghosted her. They’re immediately attracted to each other and strike up a friendship. Noah is a charming, good-looking buy, but he doesn’t want any serious relationship. He doesn’t want to be beyond a first date. But he can’t help enjoying Rosie’s company. He volunteers to help her get her dating mojo back by giving her pointers about how to be confident on a date. I like the message that being confident is inherently sexy. Of course, they soon start having feelings for each other, but they sublimate those emotions to build up their friendship. This becomes a great friends-to-lovers romance. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book that I received from Netgalley; however, the opinions are my own and I did not receive any compensation for my review.

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  • Heart warming with all kinds of emotions

    This isn't the first novel I've read of Zara Stoneley and it was just as fun as the others I have read. We follow Rosie, as she founds her foot not that she's single after the breakup with her childhood sweetheart, her boyfriend since she was a teen. As someone how has now idea how to date... (Single person here!) I found myself relating to Rosie, and truly hoping she would be able to get the hang of if. Then we met Noah and, oh boy, were their interactions funny and exciting. The relationship that grew between them was lovely to see, because we got to understand their motivations, their past, their thoughts and actions, as well as see the development in their personalities. We are taken into this journey along side with Rosie, as Noah teaches her the art of dating, and we end up laughing, sighing and falling in love with the characters. The storytelling was light and fun to read, and because of the scenes that happened, I couldn't stop myself and read page after page. Trying desperately to learn more. While I read it, I was taken to another place and time, and my afternoon and late night, was so much warming and happy. From the setting to the characters' development, I enjoyed every second I spend reading this story. Overall, it was a perfect book to read if you want to get distracted from the current state in our daily lives, plus it felt like a romantic comedy to me. It was visual and funny and lovely, and the kind of story that makes us sit down with a cup of tea and some chocolate, while enjoying each moment of the characters life, our heart warming up with all kinds of emotions and curiosity.

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  • A good read

    An easy breezy read which gave me the feeling of meet cute when the two main characters encountered each other. Humorous chick-lit was what I expected from this book, and author Zara Stoneley delivered it in most parts. Rosie had just come from a break-up and was trying tinder for the first date. The guy stood her up. She met Noah and things escalated between them though he was not her type. Having read this author's earlier works, I knew I would get a story which would produce few smiles and be totally stress free. And I was right. Rosie and Noah had the slowly developing chemistry. Their banter was quite funny. Relationships with Mum and best friend were etched well, it gladdened my heart. There were a few niggles, Rosie had daddy issues and that came about in every chapter. Few more emotions would have given it the right balance. Overall, it was a fun read on a lazy Saturday afternoon.An easy breezy read which gave me the feeling of meet cute when the two main characters encountered each other. Humorous chick-lit was what I expected from this book, and author Zara Stoneley delivered it in most parts. Rosie had just come from a break-up and was trying tinder for the first date. The guy stood her up. She met Noah and things escalated between them though he was not her type. Having read this author's earlier works, I knew I would get a story which would produce few smiles and be totally stress free. And I was right. Rosie and Noah had the slowly developing chemistry. Their banter was quite funny. Relationships with Mum and best friend were etched well, it gladdened my heart. There were a few niggles, Rosie had daddy issues and that came about in every chapter. Few more emotions would have given it the right balance. Overall, it was a fun read on a lazy Saturday afternoon.

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