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  • Entertaining

    4.5 star review The Introverts Guide To Online Dating (The Introvert’s Guide #1) by Emma Hart Emma Hart is a relatively new author to me. The Introverts Guide To Online Dating was a fun, quirky story that was entertaining with characters whose story you cannot help but fall for. I loved the blurb for this book. Tori Sussex is the last woman standing in her group of girlfriends, they have all found love and now she has decided to seek love out online. However things are complicated as she has been engaging in a secret covert friends with benefits relationship with Colton Lane, her best friends brother for the last six months. Not to mention she is in love with Colton. What follows is a fun story that had me laughing out loud on numerous occasions and ticked the boxes for me. The Introvert’s Guide to Online Dating is a great example romantic comedy. A fun read that ticked the boxes for me. Not only did I love Tori and Colton but the secondary characters (particularly the grandparents) were just as entertaining. Looking forward to reading more from Ms. Hart when time permits.

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  • Hilarious!

    Hilarious and entertaining, The Introvert's Guide to Online Dating is filled with drama, banter, steam and colorful characters. Featuring a snarky heroine and a growly hero, you'll soon find yourself getting sucked into the story and rooting for them.

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  • Duck and chickens oh my.

    Once again Emma has managed to write a great book. I have love every one of her books so far none has disappointed. Tori and Coltons story was simply put a war between love and hate. Tori always thought she hated Colt but turned out she absolutely did not and secretly was in love with him but does he return her feelings? To Colton Tori is just what he needs but is afraid that if he lets her know that he is more interested then he leads on to be she will be running for the hills and fast. They have to navigate their feelings for each other with out hurting and they are both terrible at talking to each other. They are so cute together. I cannot wait for London’s book as well as Piper’s and I hope we get a book for Oliver as well. This book was great just one tiny bit dissatisfied that the end basically focused on Josh and Kinsley. I wanted more for them.

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  • NextBookReview

    Tori and Colton are finally here!! I feel like we’ve been teased with these two for ages now. These two are fighting their attraction or the feelings their attraction causes are what they are really fighting. Colton seems more aware than Tori is about what is happening between them. This was a fun read. It was what I needed after so many deep and emotional story. This was lighter and made me smile. I loved the banter, the fun and all the friends. There was a chemistry like you wouldn’t believe bursting from the pages. It was only a matter of time before things imploded in with the feelings getting in the way of nakie time.

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  • Rom com at its best

    If you are looking for a fun, entertaining, quirky read look not further than The Introvert’s Guide to Online Dating (The Introvert’s #1). This is a wonderful start to Emma Hart’s new series, it has wonderful characters that you can’t help loving and it’s full of witty banter that will certainly leave you with a smile on your face. Tori Sussex is the only single girl in her group of friends, they have all found love so she decides to take her love opportunities in her own hands and try her hand at online dating. What follows is a fun, entertaining story that had me laughing and giggling as Tori comes to terms with online dating lingo and her finally admitting her love for her best friends brother Colton Lane. This is romantic comedy at its best, the characters are adorable, the banter is witty and there are plenty of laugh out loud moments as well as some seriously hot romantic moments. Looking forward to see where Ms Hart takes us next.

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