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Click Date Repeat Again| Review

Review Click Date Repeat Again (Click Date Repeat #2)

by K.J. Farnham                                                                             I give it 5 Starssmall star 1
Click Date Repeat Again (Click Date Repeat, #2)This is the second book in the Click Date Repeat series.  It is also the first book by K,J. Farnham.  I have to say I enjoyed it.
Jesstine is single, with an addiction to loser Ned, ex boyfriend jerk extraordinaire.  Her friend Chloe’ seems to think she needs help resisting him, so she gets her a 3 month subscription to an online dating service.  So Jess is trying to stick to her New Year’s resolution and forget Ned.  Jess meets several dates and thinks she may have found the one, maybe two hmmmmm.
This book talks about Jess’s dating adventures.  It is a barrel of laughs and even some tears.  I really liked Jess and her silliness and Chloe’ with her innocence.  It really gives you a perspective on online dating and the excitement from it.  I laughed at some of the profile names *Wildman* (a name people call my husband since his last name is so close to that) ha ha.  I laughed and the situations she was in during her dates and thought holy cow why did she even stick around as long as she did.  I really loved the book and would read more by this author.  If you are looking for a funny cozy read then this book is for you.
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Goodreads 

Never in her wildest dreams would Jess Mason ever imagine herself being a part of the online dating hype. Yet here she is smack-dab in the middle of it all. And she’s dated her fair share of online crazies to be a new connoisseur of all the weirdos out in the cyber world. After a slew of bad dates and pussy (cat that is) pictures, Jess knows that she needs to finally commit to something—or someone. And suddenly there he is, a man she can actually imagine herself with.

But when Jess is faced with an undeniable attraction to a handsome, unavailable co-worker, she’s conflicted about continuing her quest for Mr. Right-At-Her-Fingertips. Now, it’s feast or famine—and she’s not willing to starve. She certainly can’t have both–that wouldn’t be right. After all, that’s the “old Jess.” The new Jess is ready to start clicking with someone special and make a real love connection.

**This book is a spinoff of Click Date Repeat, so it can be read as a standalone.**

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