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Ghosting: A Love Story [KINDLE] ❤ Ghosting: A Love Story ➜ Tash Skilton – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk GHOSTINGA Witty, Heartfelt, Modern Love StoryFor readers looking for the wit and heart of Mhairi McFarlane with the romance of You ve Got Mail plus a savvy digital take on modern love a la Alisha Rai, GHOSTINGA Witty, Heartfelt, Modern Love StoryFor readers looking for the wit and heart of Mhairi McFarlane with the romance of You ve Got Mail plus a savvy digital take on modern love a la Alisha Rai, Ghosting A Love Story will check all the boxes A sweet, genuinely funny, banter filled delight of a rom com Kerry Winfrey, author of Waiting for Tom HanksOnline Dating Ghostwriting Rules to Live byDo not present a perfect Ghosting: A PDF \ image No one will trust it Nor should they Think of your quirks such as cosplaying B movies from the s as a Future Honesty Save these as a reward only for those who prove worthy Never remind the client you re their voice Once you ve attracted a good match, let the client take over ASAPDumped by his fianc e, not only is Miles couch surfing across New York City, but downsizing has forced him to set up shop at a caf Also, he no longer believes in love Not a good look in his line of work ghostwriting for potential suitors on a failing dating siteZoey s eccentric LA boss sent her packing to New York to grow But beneath her chill Cali demeanor, Zoey s terrified to venture beyond the caf across the street The only thing Miles and Zoey think they share is their daily battle for Caf Crudite s last day old biscotti They don t know they re both creating authentic client profiles for rival online dating services Nope, they have absolutely nothing in common until they meet anonymously online, texting on the clockSoon, with their clients headed for dating disaster, both Miles and Zoey s jobs are at stake And once they find out their lines have crossed, will their love connection be the real thing or vanish into the ether Skilton puts a multicultural millennial spin on You ve Got Mail in this laugh out loud romance Solid laughs rom com fans will find this one well worth their time Publishers Weekly A light, hip, and humorous romance, perfect for stressful times Booklist Skilton puts a multicultural millennial spin on You ve Got Mail in this laugh out loud romance Publishers Weekly Sweet and funny Shelf Awareness Cyrano de Bergerac meets classic rom com banterAn energetic romance that would make Nora Ephron proud Kirkus Reviews.

    è Ghosting: A Love Story PDF Ì Ghosting: A PDF \ for Caf Crudite s last day old biscotti They don t know they re both creating authentic client profiles for rival online dating services Nope, they have absolutely nothing in common until they meet anonymously online, texting on the clockSoon, with their clients headed for dating disaster, both Miles and Zoey s jobs are at stake And once they find out their lines have crossed, will their love connection be the real thing or vanish into the ether Skilton puts a multicultural millennial spin on You ve Got Mail in this laugh out loud romance Solid laughs rom com fans will find this one well worth their time Publishers Weekly A light, hip, and humorous romance, perfect for stressful times Booklist Skilton puts a multicultural millennial spin on You ve Got Mail in this laugh out loud romance Publishers Weekly Sweet and funny Shelf Awareness Cyrano de Bergerac meets classic rom com banterAn energetic romance that would make Nora Ephron proud Kirkus Reviews."/>
  • Ghosting: A Love Story
  • Tash Skilton
  • English
  • 07 February 2018
  • 1496730666

About the Author: Tash Skilton

Tash Skilton is the pen name of Sarvenaz Tash author of The Geek s Guide to Unrequited Love and Virtually Yours and Sarah Skilton author of Fame Adjacent and Club Deception , who met on Twitter and parlayed their online friendship into an IRL one Their Guidebook to Forever Friendship includes getting each other s s pop culture references, passionately discoursing their favorite TV shows books movies via email, and cheering each other on Ghosting: A PDF \ through the psychological matrix that is motherhood They have a complicated relationship with the Internet, but will also always love it for facilitating their bicoastal friendship and the writing of their books.



10 thoughts on “Ghosting: A Love Story

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    I have to admit this was smart, unique, entertaining book and I actually enjoyed inner monologues of the characters, cultural references, dating apps false advertisement and side effects of virtual build relationships and of course hiring literary Bergeracs as ghost writers to find your ideal match is great plot idea But the book was too much wordy and too slow for me Nearly half of the book, both characters focused on their ghost writing careers and deal with so many absurd situations with I have to admit this was smart, unique, entertaining book and I actually enjoyed inner monologues of the characters, cultural references, dating apps false advertisement and side effects of virtual build relationships and of course hiring literary Bergeracs as ghost writers to find your ideal match is great plot idea But the book was too much wordy and too slow for me Nearly half of the book, both characters focused on their ghost writing careers and deal with so many absurd situations with their clients and gave each other mean names, cold shoulders, sneaky and hostile glares The romance parts and their back stories left for the second half of the book and you gotta read a lot of pages till you reach the juicy parts unfortunately we waited too much for GreatScot and DuschessB s matching parts which are the online nicknames of our couple I wish we may see the matching part and their frenemies to friends to lovers without knowing their identity story line earlier And I didn t like much about Miles I found him so pretentious, arrogant and I couldn t empathize with his heartbreak with his ex who cheated and dumbed him, expecting another man s child But I liked Zoey and her relationship with Margareth boss, mentor, big sista , her struggles to gain her freedom and discover the outer world parts, her insecurities and awkwardness attracted my attention She was lovely kind of quirky character and I hate the guts of her family.Overall We have lovely heroine and not so ideal book boyfriend, irritating hero, smart banters, dialogues, inner monologues But as I told before the pace is too slow, wordy and we spent so much time till we learnabout characters and their so slow burn chemistry The book seems likeabout online datings parody than a cute, sweet romance I can see the both of the authors are so talented but I wish they could edit some parts and build the couple s love story a little earlier I was about to stop reading so many times and it was a little painful experience for me to focus on the story So I m giving smart, humorous dialogues and references 4 stars Romance and chemistry 2 starsOn average I m giving 3 stars I still want to read this duo s new books This one has so much potential and promising start I wish I could love itor skip the first half to reach the second andsatisfying parts of the book.Special thanks to NetGalley and Kensington for sharing this entertaining story in exchange my honest review

  2. JEN A JEN A says:

    I received an advance copy of this book from net galley and the publisher in return for an honest review Release date for this book is 26 May 2020 This is a cute whimsical rom com of a story This is definitely a story that millennials will relate to and even though I am a bit older than a millennial, I still felt drawn to the characters This story is basically an updated take on the movie you ve got mail It was an easy read with a very satisfying ending I enjoyed it immensely.

  3. Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell says:

    Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestGHOSTING is an enemies to lovers story about two people working at competing dating service sites who don t realize that they re Cyrano de Bergeracking each other on behalf of their clients whenever they chat online It s a concept that has a lot of promise, but I had a lot of trouble getting into the romance The dating site element feels so unrealistic Social media sites don t have unlimited money Hiring ghostwriters and then letti Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestGHOSTING is an enemies to lovers story about two people working at competing dating service sites who don t realize that they re Cyrano de Bergeracking each other on behalf of their clients whenever they chat online It s a concept that has a lot of promise, but I had a lot of trouble getting into the romance The dating site element feels so unrealistic Social media sites don t have unlimited money Hiring ghostwriters and then letting them wine and dine clients seems expensive Also, in this digital age, everything is done online with Zoom or Skype meetings, so it felt weird that Miles and Zoey would meet up with their clients in New York in person and then even watch their dates to see how things are going I didn t really like either of the two leads At first, I LOATHED Zoey She was so awful and petty in the beginning I couldn t stand her playful fighting over the free pastry goods with Miles I just wanted to be like, LOOK HERE, KAREN Eventually I warmed up to her, but by the end of the book, I no longer liked Miles, because naturally when the romance element finally picks up, there has to be a BIG MISUNDERSTANDING to ruin everything And it does, I mean Ruin everything.You call that a grovel It was a simper, at best It hinges on way too many coincidences Not only are they Cyrano de Bergeracking each other s clients, but the CEOs of their firms are ex husband and ex wife, they both know the same gay couple who s getting married, they live next door to each other, and it turns out that Zoey s friend at work is actually Miles s sister who s working for both companies like a spy , only it never gets out because everything she s about to bring him up OH NO SOMETHING HAPPENS LOOK AT THAT I just felt like the book was working overtime doing double gymnastics to make sure everything fit puzzle piece neat, but because it was so over the top, it really didn t work as well as it thought it did.Things I did like diversity heroine is half Filipina, hero is a Jewslim , half Jewish and half Muslim Egyptian although why is the hero so pale on the book cover In the book he s described as having dark skin Fun descriptions of New York s, um, quirky culture although it seems kind of sparkly and sugar glossed the way San Francisco s frequently is there s an edge to that glamor Zoey s friend, Mary, star of a cult classic fantasy movie, was fun but she popped up in the book way too often as comic relief The epistolary chat elements were also pretty well done.I don t know, maybe I went into this with expectations that were too high At first, it did have a fun early 2000s chick lit vibe that I really liked, but then the heroine started getting annoying, and the big misunderstanding was just icing on the omg why tho cake I think some people might enjoy this romance a lot but for me it ended up falling a little flat, even though I did read to the end Thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review 2.5 stars

  4. Emer (A Little Haze) Emer (A Little Haze) says:

    Mismatched in Manhattan known as Ghosting in some territories follows the story of two characters, Zoey and Miles, who start out as enemies but slowly very slowly realise that there s somethingbehind their bickering Unknown to each other both Zoey and Miles work for two companies that offer their services to users of dating apps They both are employed for their ability to write flirty and interesting texts messages to help clients of dating apps makesuccessful matches Zoey Mismatched in Manhattan known as Ghosting in some territories follows the story of two characters, Zoey and Miles, who start out as enemies but slowly very slowly realise that there s somethingbehind their bickering Unknown to each other both Zoey and Miles work for two companies that offer their services to users of dating apps They both are employed for their ability to write flirty and interesting texts messages to help clients of dating apps makesuccessful matches Zoey finds herself writing for a girl named Bree and Miles for a guy named Jude who surprise surprise end up being matched and all sorts of Cyrano de Bergerac style drama ensues.The book is described as an ode to the New York set romantic comedies that we all know and love think When Harry Met Sally, You ve Got Mail and it certainly shares a similar style of snappy dialogue from those famous rom com stalwarts And that dialogue was actually my favourite part of the novel I really enjoyed the moments where dialogue and instant messaging was used to tell the story between Zoey and Miles as to me it really helped to liven up what was for the most part quite a slow paced novel I do enjoy a slow burn romance but I think this novel erred a little too much on the slow side I found the first half of the novel quite difficult to get through as to me it felt as if the plot was plodding along to a predictable ending rather than feeling properly engaging And part of this problem was how each chapter was begun with an email from either Zoey or Miles respective bosses Both characters were far too hammy in tone and not only did their presence in the novel feel super cringe but these melodramatic emails took too much of the attention away from the main story of this book.As for the main characters I really didn t care much about either of them during the first half of the novel Zoey was meant to be dealing with a lot of anxiety but I felt that this was poorly portrayed as instead of feeling empathetic towards her I found her to be too whiny which I m sure was not the intention of the authors And as for Miles He was dealing with a broken engagement and needing to find a place to live but he too had this whiny quality and at times was a little too overbearing and borderline smug in tone However, in the second half of the book things dramatically improved This was when there wasphysical and verbal interaction between the main characters therefore I was able to get a sense of how suited to each other they were and began to feel muchinvested in their relationship I particularly enjoyed a scene where Zoey had a birthday dinner with her parents and how Miles supported her during that event It was the first moment that I truly felt Zoey came alive on the page as it helped to inform why she was so anxiety ridden and it also helped to show that Miles wasthan just a smug kind of guy The book certainly requires some suspension of belief too lots of things are a little bit too neat and convenient e.g the way the dating companies are set up, how Zoey knows Miles sister, Zoey and Miles bosses are actually rivals who are divorcing each other, they end up living in the same building etc etc but that s to be expected in light and fluffy books such as this So definitely this was a book of two halves for me It s such a shame that the beginning was so slow as this had a very enjoyable, whimsical feel to it once the book got goingAn e copy of this book was kindly provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review This edition publishing 26th May 2020, Little Brown Book Group UKForreviews and book related chat check out my blogFollow me on TwitterFriend me on Goodreads

  5. sXe Punk Girl sXe Punk Girl says:

    After being quite intrigued by the tagline, Cyrano meets the 21st century, my mind could only imagine the lines awaiting me Full review to follow shortly, but for now, I say to Tash Skilton, I do not love youI adore you

  6. Sarvenaz Tash Sarvenaz Tash says:

    Sarah and I wrote this with one basic directive to make each other laugh I hope it makes you laugh too It s our love letter to Nora Ephron, Carrie Fisher, and all the wonderful rom coms that have been our pick me ups when we most needed it.

  7. m a u r a m a u r a says:

    DNF at 60% To be honest I really really wanted to love this book but I just couldn t with it This book has such an interesting synopsis, two I was really excited going into it I think my main gripe with it is that things felt very contrived Like for example how the main character moves to New York feels so incredibly unrealistic that it really irritated me Also, I think there should have been twice the amount of interactions between Miles and Zoey I understand that they are interaction whe DNF at 60% To be honest I really really wanted to love this book but I just couldn t with it This book has such an interesting synopsis, two I was really excited going into it I think my main gripe with it is that things felt very contrived Like for example how the main character moves to New York feels so incredibly unrealistic that it really irritated me Also, I think there should have been twice the amount of interactions between Miles and Zoey I understand that they are interaction when they don t really know it, but I didn t connect with those moments half as much as when they were together in person I don t know maybe I was in a slump, but I just wanted2 5 starsARC provided by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

  8. Dahlia Dahlia says:

    I loved this SO MUCH It s just so perfectly rom com and made me so happy Both authors have written books I ve really enjoyed in the past but tbh this wildly exceeded my expectations and brought me so much joy.

  9. Sam (AMNReader) Sam (AMNReader) says:

    I m obsessed, if you can t tell, with Shop Around the Corner you ve got mail takes.I don t know why I kind of hate the don t know who other person is, ability for lying and deeply disturbing vulnerability And yetsomething about the concurrent timeline of in person animosity and online flirtation is my absolute cat nip Like you kind of find the other person so irritating they are attractive Cool I like Totally get that.This one started out a little clunky I enjoyed the characters, s I m obsessed, if you can t tell, with Shop Around the Corner you ve got mail takes.I don t know why I kind of hate the don t know who other person is, ability for lying and deeply disturbing vulnerability And yetsomething about the concurrent timeline of in person animosity and online flirtation is my absolute cat nip Like you kind of find the other person so irritating they are attractive Cool I like Totally get that.This one started out a little clunky I enjoyed the characters, secondary, primary,all I enjoyed the setting as well As someone who loves the place where I live, I understand but Miles s and Zoey s ties to their geography As someone who likes experiencing new things but really needs to feel brave in doing so, I understood Zoey s tendency to stay close to her apartment in her new city Anyway, I really liked both characters Miles s relationships really helped establish him as someone other than the New York City snobby hipster, and Zoey s showed her grounding existedto a person or people than a place And this book made me laugh At least, it was totally amusing and enjoyable And instead of being one of the worst moments, the reveal was a best moment It s a slow burn, but well paced, although I might ve liked a littlepost misunderstanding And, as I said the beginning felt clunky Either I got used to it or it became less awkward as the book moved on I would give this a 3.5, rounding up bc I can see revisiting and because it was a super charming diversion

  10. ℳacarena ℳacarena says:

    4.5 I think that what I liked most of the book is what most reviewers didn t like at all the sloooow burn romance. As Zoey says to her client, Bree , it ll be so much hotter andsatisfying after all that waiting and waiting, all that buildup rocketing through your bodies, it ll be like she make s an explotion noise, complete with hand movements The story is quite original, it has the key ingredients of a rom com, witty dialogues, and from my very personal point of view likeabl 4.5 I think that what I liked most of the book is what most reviewers didn t like at all the sloooow burn romance. As Zoey says to her client, Bree , it ll be so much hotter andsatisfying after all that waiting and waiting, all that buildup rocketing through your bodies, it ll be like she make s an explotion noise, complete with hand movements The story is quite original, it has the key ingredients of a rom com, witty dialogues, and from my very personal point of view likeable characters I really like Zoey She s funny, smart, but insecure due to understandable reasons On the other hand, Miles seems very self confident and also sharp witted.Zoey and Miles relationship reminded me of Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks in You ve Got Mail one of my favourite movies , and there are a couple of literal references to the movie as well You can see what I mean when they meet at the caf.In summary, quite enjoyable, hard to put down, witty dialogues, and a slow burn romance.Thanks to Kensington Books and NetGalley for providing me with an e arc in exchange for my honest review

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10 thoughts on “Ghosting: A Love Story

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    I have to admit this was smart, unique, entertaining book and I actually enjoyed inner monologues of the characters, cultural references, dating apps false advertisement and side effects of virtual build relationships and of course hiring literary Bergeracs as ghost writers to find your ideal match is great plot idea But the book was too much wordy and too slow for me Nearly half of the book, both characters focused on their ghost writing careers and deal with so many absurd situations with I have to admit this was smart, unique, entertaining book and I actually enjoyed inner monologues of the characters, cultural references, dating apps false advertisement and side effects of virtual build relationships and of course hiring literary Bergeracs as ghost writers to find your ideal match is great plot idea But the book was too much wordy and too slow for me Nearly half of the book, both characters focused on their ghost writing careers and deal with so many absurd situations with their clients and gave each other mean names, cold shoulders, sneaky and hostile glares The romance parts and their back stories left for the second half of the book and you gotta read a lot of pages till you reach the juicy parts unfortunately we waited too much for GreatScot and DuschessB s matching parts which are the online nicknames of our couple I wish we may see the matching part and their frenemies to friends to lovers without knowing their identity story line earlier And I didn t like much about Miles I found him so pretentious, arrogant and I couldn t empathize with his heartbreak with his ex who cheated and dumbed him, expecting another man s child But I liked Zoey and her relationship with Margareth boss, mentor, big sista , her struggles to gain her freedom and discover the outer world parts, her insecurities and awkwardness attracted my attention She was lovely kind of quirky character and I hate the guts of her family.Overall We have lovely heroine and not so ideal book boyfriend, irritating hero, smart banters, dialogues, inner monologues But as I told before the pace is too slow, wordy and we spent so much time till we learnabout characters and their so slow burn chemistry The book seems likeabout online datings parody than a cute, sweet romance I can see the both of the authors are so talented but I wish they could edit some parts and build the couple s love story a little earlier I was about to stop reading so many times and it was a little painful experience for me to focus on the story So I m giving smart, humorous dialogues and references 4 stars Romance and chemistry 2 starsOn average I m giving 3 stars I still want to read this duo s new books This one has so much potential and promising start I wish I could love itor skip the first half to reach the second andsatisfying parts of the book.Special thanks to NetGalley and Kensington for sharing this entertaining story in exchange my honest review

  2. JEN A JEN A says:

    I received an advance copy of this book from net galley and the publisher in return for an honest review Release date for this book is 26 May 2020 This is a cute whimsical rom com of a story This is definitely a story that millennials will relate to and even though I am a bit older than a millennial, I still felt drawn to the characters This story is basically an updated take on the movie you ve got mail It was an easy read with a very satisfying ending I enjoyed it immensely.

  3. Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell says:

    Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestGHOSTING is an enemies to lovers story about two people working at competing dating service sites who don t realize that they re Cyrano de Bergeracking each other on behalf of their clients whenever they chat online It s a concept that has a lot of promise, but I had a lot of trouble getting into the romance The dating site element feels so unrealistic Social media sites don t have unlimited money Hiring ghostwriters and then letti Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestGHOSTING is an enemies to lovers story about two people working at competing dating service sites who don t realize that they re Cyrano de Bergeracking each other on behalf of their clients whenever they chat online It s a concept that has a lot of promise, but I had a lot of trouble getting into the romance The dating site element feels so unrealistic Social media sites don t have unlimited money Hiring ghostwriters and then letting them wine and dine clients seems expensive Also, in this digital age, everything is done online with Zoom or Skype meetings, so it felt weird that Miles and Zoey would meet up with their clients in New York in person and then even watch their dates to see how things are going I didn t really like either of the two leads At first, I LOATHED Zoey She was so awful and petty in the beginning I couldn t stand her playful fighting over the free pastry goods with Miles I just wanted to be like, LOOK HERE, KAREN Eventually I warmed up to her, but by the end of the book, I no longer liked Miles, because naturally when the romance element finally picks up, there has to be a BIG MISUNDERSTANDING to ruin everything And it does, I mean Ruin everything.You call that a grovel It was a simper, at best It hinges on way too many coincidences Not only are they Cyrano de Bergeracking each other s clients, but the CEOs of their firms are ex husband and ex wife, they both know the same gay couple who s getting married, they live next door to each other, and it turns out that Zoey s friend at work is actually Miles s sister who s working for both companies like a spy , only it never gets out because everything she s about to bring him up OH NO SOMETHING HAPPENS LOOK AT THAT I just felt like the book was working overtime doing double gymnastics to make sure everything fit puzzle piece neat, but because it was so over the top, it really didn t work as well as it thought it did.Things I did like diversity heroine is half Filipina, hero is a Jewslim , half Jewish and half Muslim Egyptian although why is the hero so pale on the book cover In the book he s described as having dark skin Fun descriptions of New York s, um, quirky culture although it seems kind of sparkly and sugar glossed the way San Francisco s frequently is there s an edge to that glamor Zoey s friend, Mary, star of a cult classic fantasy movie, was fun but she popped up in the book way too often as comic relief The epistolary chat elements were also pretty well done.I don t know, maybe I went into this with expectations that were too high At first, it did have a fun early 2000s chick lit vibe that I really liked, but then the heroine started getting annoying, and the big misunderstanding was just icing on the omg why tho cake I think some people might enjoy this romance a lot but for me it ended up falling a little flat, even though I did read to the end Thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review 2.5 stars

  4. Emer (A Little Haze) Emer (A Little Haze) says:

    Mismatched in Manhattan known as Ghosting in some territories follows the story of two characters, Zoey and Miles, who start out as enemies but slowly very slowly realise that there s somethingbehind their bickering Unknown to each other both Zoey and Miles work for two companies that offer their services to users of dating apps They both are employed for their ability to write flirty and interesting texts messages to help clients of dating apps makesuccessful matches Zoey Mismatched in Manhattan known as Ghosting in some territories follows the story of two characters, Zoey and Miles, who start out as enemies but slowly very slowly realise that there s somethingbehind their bickering Unknown to each other both Zoey and Miles work for two companies that offer their services to users of dating apps They both are employed for their ability to write flirty and interesting texts messages to help clients of dating apps makesuccessful matches Zoey finds herself writing for a girl named Bree and Miles for a guy named Jude who surprise surprise end up being matched and all sorts of Cyrano de Bergerac style drama ensues.The book is described as an ode to the New York set romantic comedies that we all know and love think When Harry Met Sally, You ve Got Mail and it certainly shares a similar style of snappy dialogue from those famous rom com stalwarts And that dialogue was actually my favourite part of the novel I really enjoyed the moments where dialogue and instant messaging was used to tell the story between Zoey and Miles as to me it really helped to liven up what was for the most part quite a slow paced novel I do enjoy a slow burn romance but I think this novel erred a little too much on the slow side I found the first half of the novel quite difficult to get through as to me it felt as if the plot was plodding along to a predictable ending rather than feeling properly engaging And part of this problem was how each chapter was begun with an email from either Zoey or Miles respective bosses Both characters were far too hammy in tone and not only did their presence in the novel feel super cringe but these melodramatic emails took too much of the attention away from the main story of this book.As for the main characters I really didn t care much about either of them during the first half of the novel Zoey was meant to be dealing with a lot of anxiety but I felt that this was poorly portrayed as instead of feeling empathetic towards her I found her to be too whiny which I m sure was not the intention of the authors And as for Miles He was dealing with a broken engagement and needing to find a place to live but he too had this whiny quality and at times was a little too overbearing and borderline smug in tone However, in the second half of the book things dramatically improved This was when there wasphysical and verbal interaction between the main characters therefore I was able to get a sense of how suited to each other they were and began to feel muchinvested in their relationship I particularly enjoyed a scene where Zoey had a birthday dinner with her parents and how Miles supported her during that event It was the first moment that I truly felt Zoey came alive on the page as it helped to inform why she was so anxiety ridden and it also helped to show that Miles wasthan just a smug kind of guy The book certainly requires some suspension of belief too lots of things are a little bit too neat and convenient e.g the way the dating companies are set up, how Zoey knows Miles sister, Zoey and Miles bosses are actually rivals who are divorcing each other, they end up living in the same building etc etc but that s to be expected in light and fluffy books such as this So definitely this was a book of two halves for me It s such a shame that the beginning was so slow as this had a very enjoyable, whimsical feel to it once the book got goingAn e copy of this book was kindly provided to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review This edition publishing 26th May 2020, Little Brown Book Group UKForreviews and book related chat check out my blogFollow me on TwitterFriend me on Goodreads

  5. sXe Punk Girl sXe Punk Girl says:

    After being quite intrigued by the tagline, Cyrano meets the 21st century, my mind could only imagine the lines awaiting me Full review to follow shortly, but for now, I say to Tash Skilton, I do not love youI adore you

  6. Sarvenaz Tash Sarvenaz Tash says:

    Sarah and I wrote this with one basic directive to make each other laugh I hope it makes you laugh too It s our love letter to Nora Ephron, Carrie Fisher, and all the wonderful rom coms that have been our pick me ups when we most needed it.

  7. m a u r a m a u r a says:

    DNF at 60% To be honest I really really wanted to love this book but I just couldn t with it This book has such an interesting synopsis, two I was really excited going into it I think my main gripe with it is that things felt very contrived Like for example how the main character moves to New York feels so incredibly unrealistic that it really irritated me Also, I think there should have been twice the amount of interactions between Miles and Zoey I understand that they are interaction whe DNF at 60% To be honest I really really wanted to love this book but I just couldn t with it This book has such an interesting synopsis, two I was really excited going into it I think my main gripe with it is that things felt very contrived Like for example how the main character moves to New York feels so incredibly unrealistic that it really irritated me Also, I think there should have been twice the amount of interactions between Miles and Zoey I understand that they are interaction when they don t really know it, but I didn t connect with those moments half as much as when they were together in person I don t know maybe I was in a slump, but I just wanted2 5 starsARC provided by the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

  8. Dahlia Dahlia says:

    I loved this SO MUCH It s just so perfectly rom com and made me so happy Both authors have written books I ve really enjoyed in the past but tbh this wildly exceeded my expectations and brought me so much joy.

  9. Sam (AMNReader) Sam (AMNReader) says:

    I m obsessed, if you can t tell, with Shop Around the Corner you ve got mail takes.I don t know why I kind of hate the don t know who other person is, ability for lying and deeply disturbing vulnerability And yetsomething about the concurrent timeline of in person animosity and online flirtation is my absolute cat nip Like you kind of find the other person so irritating they are attractive Cool I like Totally get that.This one started out a little clunky I enjoyed the characters, s I m obsessed, if you can t tell, with Shop Around the Corner you ve got mail takes.I don t know why I kind of hate the don t know who other person is, ability for lying and deeply disturbing vulnerability And yetsomething about the concurrent timeline of in person animosity and online flirtation is my absolute cat nip Like you kind of find the other person so irritating they are attractive Cool I like Totally get that.This one started out a little clunky I enjoyed the characters, secondary, primary,all I enjoyed the setting as well As someone who loves the place where I live, I understand but Miles s and Zoey s ties to their geography As someone who likes experiencing new things but really needs to feel brave in doing so, I understood Zoey s tendency to stay close to her apartment in her new city Anyway, I really liked both characters Miles s relationships really helped establish him as someone other than the New York City snobby hipster, and Zoey s showed her grounding existedto a person or people than a place And this book made me laugh At least, it was totally amusing and enjoyable And instead of being one of the worst moments, the reveal was a best moment It s a slow burn, but well paced, although I might ve liked a littlepost misunderstanding And, as I said the beginning felt clunky Either I got used to it or it became less awkward as the book moved on I would give this a 3.5, rounding up bc I can see revisiting and because it was a super charming diversion

  10. ℳacarena ℳacarena says:

    4.5 I think that what I liked most of the book is what most reviewers didn t like at all the sloooow burn romance. As Zoey says to her client, Bree , it ll be so much hotter andsatisfying after all that waiting and waiting, all that buildup rocketing through your bodies, it ll be like she make s an explotion noise, complete with hand movements The story is quite original, it has the key ingredients of a rom com, witty dialogues, and from my very personal point of view likeabl 4.5 I think that what I liked most of the book is what most reviewers didn t like at all the sloooow burn romance. As Zoey says to her client, Bree , it ll be so much hotter andsatisfying after all that waiting and waiting, all that buildup rocketing through your bodies, it ll be like she make s an explotion noise, complete with hand movements The story is quite original, it has the key ingredients of a rom com, witty dialogues, and from my very personal point of view likeable characters I really like Zoey She s funny, smart, but insecure due to understandable reasons On the other hand, Miles seems very self confident and also sharp witted.Zoey and Miles relationship reminded me of Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks in You ve Got Mail one of my favourite movies , and there are a couple of literal references to the movie as well You can see what I mean when they meet at the caf.In summary, quite enjoyable, hard to put down, witty dialogues, and a slow burn romance.Thanks to Kensington Books and NetGalley for providing me with an e arc in exchange for my honest review

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