Book Review: Eloves me, Eloves me not by L. A. Johannesson

elove smeI received a copy of Eloves me, Eloves me not by L. A. Johannesson in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis:

Still single at 39, Kayte Wexford has everything but Mr. Right. She has a fabulous career and interesting friends, but there’s still no one waiting at home for her but the dog.

With keyboard at the ready, she turns to technology for help, hoping online dating will finally deliver the man of her dreams.

eloves me, eloves me not is a contemporary romantic comedy that follows Kayte’s online dating adventures while focusing on the relationships of four main characters, each with their unique views on love: Kayte is the ever-hopeful romantic, Roman the consummate bachelor, Thomas is newly and skeptically single and Chloe is already living happily ever after.

Join Kayte as she meets a series of cyber-suitors and learns what she will and won’t do in the name of love. See if you can you predict where Kayte will end up and with whom.

Review:

This book was really a lot of fun and a nice spin on a romantic comedy. I thought L.A. did a really great job at creating very likeable characters and creating a world for Kayte that is a hoot with tons of laughs and is very, very funny. While reading this book I constantly visualized what I thought it would look like on the big screen, and this one is a winner! If you are looking for a really great book that is really entertaining, has a romantic interest in online dating and so called cyber-suitors, then this book is for you. I think you will really enjoy it!

 4 stars

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