Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Review: Love at First Date by Susan Hatler

Ellen’s figured out that finding the right guy is all about compatibility. That’s why she’s signed up for Detailed Dating—the local online dating scene in Sacramento. Learning men’s preferences up front, plus a few weeks of email correspondence, has resulted in two candidates she’s excited to meet in person.

When Ellen’s best friend asks her to baby-sit her beloved pooch, dog-sitting leads to disaster and Ellen ends up at the local vet where she meets a man she can’t stop thinking about. Henry isn’t a logical choice, but Ellen suddenly finds herself signing up for a week-long doggy class to spend more time with him.

Now, Ellen has a choice: Go with one of the logical choices or let herself fall for the one man her heart seems to want.


This was my second taste of Susan Hatler's work, and I must say her work is absolutely delicious. This is a contemporary romance that is funny heart-warming, and absolutely believable.  The main characters are quirky, realistic, and so very relatable.  This little novella is one of those before bedtime reads.  Its a short, fulfilling read that will send you off to sleep with the sweetest of dreams. Meet Ellen.  She is a this century gal with a logical approach to love, that is until Henery knocks all the logic right out of her with just one look.  In fact, that first look will set the course for this entire romance.  Intrigued?  I actually became misty eyed at the end.  I can't wait for another taste of Susan!!  This book was simply amazing.

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