The Love Wager: The addictive fake dating romcom from the author of Mr Wrong Number

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The Love Wager: The addictive fake dating romcom from the author of Mr Wrong Number

The Love Wager: The addictive fake dating romcom from the author of Mr Wrong Number

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But this brand new book is about Olivia’s brother Jack and tiny bartender/ tax accountant Hallie Piper! My minor criticisms: I completely saw that third act drama coming (same thing with Mr Wrong Number) and IMO it was kinda not enough. i hope my pain and suffering brought you some sort of humour, i’ll be here all evening tearing this book to shreds. But when she logs into the dating app to look for new love, she finds none other than Jack: the guy whose hotel room she'd snuck out of.

Hallie’s mum and sister seem to treat Hallie pretty shitty, I would have loved these relationships explored a bit more (same with Livvie and her mum in Mr Wrong Number, again). the love wager was by far the worst book i have read in 2023 and i will live by that statement until i die– i would highly recommend staying the HELL away from this book (and if you truly want to endure a lifetime of pain and suffering, get a copy from the library. hallie literally quit the two jobs she was working to pursue something else but she never goes looking for another job ? There’s also a speed-dating event in this as well, that gives plenty of opportunities for laughs and awkward getting-to-know-people moments.Then when they meet up on the dating app again, they decide to be friends and help each other out with dating.

The character’s personalities shined in their messages, and it was great to see Hallie and Jack’s relationship deepen during these exchanges. Like if you wanna be mad about sexism I can point out 2149094 things Jack did that you could legit be mad about. That delightful one revolved around Olivia Marshall finding love after she texted a wrong number and fate intervened.

Quick correction: they met a day before where Hallie works as saleswoman at jewelry story ( yes, she works at two part time jobs, taking a break from corporate taxes which can be understandable! Whenever I read books where the characters are dating via apps, I am always like ‘well if anything happens and I end up no longer married, I will just die alone’.

But when she logs into an app to find new love, she matches with none other than Jack: the guy the wrong kind of sparks had flown with just weeks earlier. As the story progresses, Hallie and Jack pretend to be in a relationship with each other, and that’s when things really start to heat up.My last complaint is how these two numb nuts were always banging on about being besties and not wanting to date when: 1) you've legit known each other for two moon cycles. This was perfect for a fun read with relatively low stakes and I can’t wait to get to Better Than The Movies now. She gets a new apartment, a new haircut, and a new wardrobe, but when she logs into the dating app that she has determined will find her new love, she sees none other than Jack, the guy whose room she’d snuck out of. Despite this, I loved the story overall, and I thought this was even better than the first book in the series!

I don’t always enjoy a rom-com where the two main characters converse a lot of text messages, but in this case, I didn’t mind.

she knew her brother, she knew he is the type of person to make dumb and spontaneous decisions (especially regarding women and relationships). And Jack is such a GUY - yes he’s sweet and falling in love and struggling with that, but he could be a bit of a jerk.

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