So I read this book on a whim.
Not only was my reading of this book on a whim, but also my ordering of this book was on a whim. I ordered this book on a whim, due to seeing an advertisement for it on Twitter through the Ripped Bodice. The Ripped Bodice is the indie book store out in California that only sells romance novels. And this book came in a super cool package of times including the book, a little map, a pen, and other small goodies which I thought was super cool.
Anyway, let's get into Blind Date with a Book Boyfriend by Lucy Eden.
Blind Date with a Book Boyfriend is a cute and frivolous, maybe even silly read. It is the story of Jordyn, a programmer who adventures to California on a job offer and a chance to start a new life for herself free of her parent's oversight. She stops in a bookstore to get some romance reads and meets Mike and well, I'm sure you can guess how the rest of that goes.
As I said, this is a cute frivolous, and a tad silly story. It is a quick read nice and easy and the story itself is adorable. The relationship between Jordyn and Mike happens fast and adorable. It has all of the cute stuff that you like in a romance novel, and a few steam scenes as well. For me this is one of those books that I can't say I liked a lot or didn't like a lot because it was okay, and it was just fine. I think this is the perfect book to read in between books or even in an afternoon which you have free time.
Zuhri's Final Thoughts
Star Rating - 3 stars perfectly naturally
Reading Scenario - Free time afternoon
Book Club Recommendation - No this is the just for you type of read.