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  • An entertaining, heartwarming read!

    This is such a fun read and is the authors best work to date. I loved everything about London and Olivers story. These two were such great, caring characters. London may be a single mother and puts her son before anything else, even dating. But the constant push from family and friends to date, is something she reluctantly does to appease them all. When she is offered a fantastic job opportunity, she inevitably grows fond of her sons coach. I mean, who could really blame her! Lol. Oliver is british and just from the way he acts around London as well as in regards to the kids he coaches, could these two be a match made in heaven? London has trust issues but who could blame her, can Oliver be the man to open her eyes to a potential future or does his heritage cause issues. Go 1-click this entertaining, heartwarming story. Its a definite must read and I highly recommend it.

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  • Loved it

    5 star review The Introverts Guide To Speed Dating (The Introvert’s Guide #2) by Emma Hart The Introverts Guide To Speed Dating was a fun story that was entertaining with characters whose story you cannot help but become invested in. I fell hard and fast for single mum London Stuart and Oliver Hayes and don’t get me started on little Leo, such an adorable little boy. London has decided that it’s time to get back into the dating scene but imagine her shock when one of her dates turns out to be her son’s soccer coach. Although attracted to Oliver, London is concerned that he may not be staying in the country and the last thing she wants is to fall hard for a man who may leave. What follows is a fun story that had me laughing out loud on numerous occasions and ticked all the boxes for me. Both London and Oliver are so easy to like and relate to that you cannot help but fall for them and cheer for them to get their happily ever after. The chemistry between them is intense and I adored the relationship that Oliver had with Leo. This is my favourite book in the series so far.

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  • Such and Enjoyable read!

    First things first; I love the cover of this book! The introverts guide to speed dating is the second book in the ‘’introverts guide’’ series. This story is a fast paced and hilarious second chance romance. I devoured this book in one sitting and was satisfied throughout. I found the writing style easy to follow, the characters loveable and the storyline enjoyable. No matter what book of Emma Hart’s I am reading, I always have a cheesey grin on my face throughout. London is a single mother that has just moved back to her hometown. After being burnt by love, she isn’t looking to take a chance again. When sparks fly between herself and her sons hot soccer coach, will she give love a second chance? The chemistry between London and Oliver is clear to see and I loved them together. I loved the build up to them getting together. I loved Leo and his bond with Oliver. I really liked the ending and the epilogue for this story. The storyline for this book is easy to follow and it is an enjoyable read. I cannot wait for more books from this series.

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  • Ticked all my boxes

    If you are looking for a fun, entertaining read to escape from the world we are living in look not further than single mum London Stuart and Oliver Hayes story. London knows it’s time to get back in the dating world but with a young son online dating seems the way to go, what she didn’t expect was for her date to be her sons soccer coach. The attraction is instant but the worry is will Oliver be staying in the country so is she willing to give in to her feelings and possibly set her and her son Leo up for heartbreak….. What follows is a very funny, entertaining read that will certainly appeal to all romantic comedy lovers. Emma Hart has once again shown us why she is one of the queens of this genre with adorable characters, a fun story and some classic one liners only a child can deliver. The chemistry is smouldering, the banter is witty, the characters are easy to love and what about that adorable little boy. All in all the perfect romantic comedy.

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  • Super cute and funny

    After moving back to her hometown of White Peak, starting a new relationship was the last thing on single mom London Stuart's to-do list. Between caring for her young son, Leo, and her new job as a journalist with the local newspaper, she had more than enough to keep her busy. In fact, she had just received a special assignment focusing on White Peak's new sports/training center, and she hoped that it would lead to a promotion. London's friends and family refused to accept her excuses for not dating, however, and pushed her to giving speed dating a try. She reluctantly agreed and ended up being paired with her son's handsome British soccer coach, Oliver Hayes. Oliver was immediately drawn to London and enjoyed spending time with her and her son, but she was determined to keep him at arm's length. Would he be able to convince her to give their romance a shot? Oliver and London were both likeable, relatable characters, and I enjoyed their flirty banter. London's reluctance to get involved in a new relationship after the way things ended with her ex was completely understandable; she was afraid of getting hurt again, and it wouldn't only be her feelings involved, but her son's, too. Oliver was very sweet and patient with her, however, and I appreciated the way he integrated so well into her friend group. He may have been far away from his birth family in England, but he found a second family in White Peak that loved him like one of their own. Overall, "The Introvert's Guide to Speed Dating" was a super cute, funny story, just as all of the books set in White Peak have been. I highly recommend it for fans of contemporary romance and romantic comedy and look forward to the next book in the series. *Review copy provided by the author. All opinions expressed are my own.

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