I was provided a complimentary copy of Alphabet Dating by the author, Monique McDonell, for an honest review.
About Alphabet Dating:
Serena’s friends have a plan to get her dating again - 26 dates in a month - one
for every letter in the alphabet. What could possibly go wrong?
Sanders reluctantly agrees to participate in the Alphabet Dating Plan she knows
it will be tough but there’s so much she hadn’t factored in. Who knew men were
so complicated? Not Serena.
As she begins dating her way through the alphabet
she starts to learn more about herself and her friends than she ever expected as
secrets and hidden agendas are revealed. Alphabet Dating is a love story – a
tale of lost love, unrequited love, platonic love and ultimately it’s about
learning to love again.
Alphabet Dating is definitely a fun, heartfelt story. The characters are
likeable and diverse, the story is well-developed, and the author has a unique
and charming "voice." The blind dates are wacky, the love story sweet, and the
hero and heroine have great chemistry. The main struggle with this book is the
punctuation, grammar, and overall copyediting. I'm pretty tolerant as far as
typographical errors go; I know how hard it is to get a clean edit, but this
book is full of errors that detract and confuse the reader.
would recommend reading Alphabet Dating. It's a quick read with good, clean fun
and a lot of heart. Just be prepared for a bit of a bumpy read.