Online dating: the act in which you try to avoid the catfishes and D pics. And try not to get caught hooking up with your best friend’s brother.
With all my best friends off the market, it’s time that I, Tori Sussex, join them.
So where better to find my future husband than the internet? It’s great. I get to get all the awkward stuff out of the way and already know if I’m going to like the guy before we meet in person.
It’s a shame nothing is ever that simple.
My relationship with Colton Lane is the very definition of complicated—dirty little no-strings-attached hook-ups we’ve somehow managed to keep secret from all our friends for the past six months. We’re bound to get caught, and if I’m serious about dating, I only have one choice.
Call it quits. End our little covert booty calls for good. Tell him my parking space is off-limits to him.
It should be easy. It should be simple.
And I’m sure it would be… If only I wasn’t in love with him.
And another one bites the dust! Emma Hart has once again written a witty story that will have you laughing out loud! The Introvert's Guide to Online Dating is the first book in a brand new series and I absolutely loved it! I couldn’t wait for Tori’s story and let me just say that Hart totally delivered and I was completely here for it!
Without getting into too much detail, Tori’s friends want her to start dating. Little do they know she’s already seeing someone on the low-and she plans on keeping it that way. Hart takes you on a journey filled with crazy grandparents and a love/hate story you won’t want to put down. Besides the laugh out loud moments with the wild antics, you’ll be smiling ear to ear. Highly recommend reading this book!
Can’t get enough of Emma’s characters!
Can’t get enough of Emma’s characters! Tori and Colton have been hooking up behind their friends backs, but the longer they spend time together, the more the actual feelings between them start to develop. Those feelings cause both of them to freak out, but Tori more than Colton as it seems she struggles with love more than he does. So many times, while reading I wanted to go through the book and smack them both into just telling the other how they truly feel! It also doesn’t help that their friends and family are constantly trying to set them up, and the other has to watch reluctantly. I love that Emma is able to start a new series while still intertwining them with past books and characters as it really gives readers a full circle moment and more understanding and backstory behind some people. These books from her are fun and involve witty banter that I wish I was able to supply in my everyday life and it makes it that much more enjoyable to read. I also love that we get to hear from previous characters and see what they’re up to after their own stories. I can’t wait for the next book!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Ducks 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