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Dating by the Book

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Ack omance You know the fact that you won t lean on your support system doesn t make you stronger I know you want to believe in happy ever after but you don t always get an after You have to try to be happy now He was serious and New Year in Manhattan reliable She wrinkled her nose So are most vibrators Do you honestly think you d be living happily ever after in a castle with your Prince Charming if Peter hadn tun off at the stroke of midnight when he discovered all your nicely dressed friends were just jumped up mice No Maddie You are the one in love with an idea You e so enad with this narrative you ve constructed you can t even see the story unfolding before you I d just like to see you take a chance on someone You e going to over judge every single guy against unrealistic expectations and nobody will measure up As I was House of Exile reading this book Ieceived an ARC and yes you should be envious I kept thinking how sweet it was How cute How easy it was to Choke read and howelatable all the characters are But once I finished and Winters End realized how many layers this book has I was even impressed It s still sweet and cute and if you devour it in one sitting like I did that might be all you need However there are similarities between happenings in the main character Maddie s life and the selections she offers up to the participants at her failing bookstore seading club Even if you The Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter re not intimately familiar with those titles you will be deftly guided toward seeing the parallels between them and the goings on in Maddie s lifeTo complicate matters Maddie s sworn offomance but when her upcoming Bust: How the Courts Have Exposed the Rotten Heart of the Irish Economy release under a pen name garners a harsheview from anonymous blogger Silver Fox she breaks the first Kiss of the Alpha rule of negativeeviews and argues back As Maddie and Silver Fox become closer online the potential omantic heroes of her day to day life become frustratingly difficult offline There are a few mysteries thrown into the mix could one of her bachelor friends be the mysterious eviewer or is Silver Fox truly a stranger And which one of them if any is sabotaging her bookstore It s not just the graffiti on the front door a series of mishaps occurcould the person behind them be her ex fiance who has her over a financial barrel The childhood friend eager to turn the bookstore into a cafe The ex boyfriend How to Be a Victorian rock star who wants her back Or the English teacher who s allegedly only there for the sweets and free wifi but clearly has something else up his sleeveAs the complexities of Maddie s situation broil and stew her onlineelationship with anonymous Fat Chance: My Life in Ups, Downs and Crisp Sandwiches reviewer Silver Fox heats up Uncovering Silver Fox s identity will be a delicious treat foreaders of this book Five stars because it s fun breezy and far complex than it seems on the surface Thank you Mary Ann for another wonderful book Smart Fun HOT Tension filled The web Maddie weaves turns into an awesome plotThis book is like a warm hug Set in the small town of Orion the heroine is the perfect mix of Lizzie Bennett and Jo March Maddie wants to be independent and awesome but she s also seeking love in all the wrong placesor is she I laughed out loud several times over her antics both elatable and blush worthy The heroes and ultimate hero of the book are charming hot and well I can t express how excited I was when I first got to know about this book and that joy doubled when I was approved for this ARC I don t know if it was my high expectations or the book itself but I m not uite happy with the experienceMaddie is still struggling to deal with the grief
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her ex fianc ditching at the altar six months ago while also figuring out how to manage her not so well unning bookstore in her small town I liked that she passionately loves her books and the store and also wants to find her very own omance hero But I just didn t like her as a person She is so flighty and indecisive and occasionally selfish and just can t make up her mind about anything I m all for introspection in a character when they are at a critical juncture in their life but Maddie is not introspecting anything She just doesn t want to critically examine anything in her life always living in her imagination and hoping for someone to come and sweep her away without putting any actual effort The side characters were all pretty "interesting Dylan was the typical flirty ockstar but he wasn t obnoxious and could be very charming Max "Dylan was the typical flirty Getting to Manana rockstar but he wasn t obnoxious and could be very charming Max across as very critical of Maddie initially but as the book goes on weealize he eally cares about her and just can t stop himself from giving unnecessarysometimes even necessary advice Charlie is a literature professor and his conversations with Maddie tended to be fun and bookish than flirty While I hated how the initial contact with Silver Fox happened I definitely enjoyed her emails and messages with him That was the only place I thought Maddie tried to be honest Peter the ex "Fianc Is A Manipulative Jerk And I "is a manipulative jerk and I hated that she even contemplated going back to him even though his true colors were ight there to see The writing was actually pretty easy and amusing to ead The plot itself with the anonymous online friend trope and a whole gang of interested suitors was uite promising but I think it faltered somewhere in the execution Except for the emails I don t think I felt connected with any of the possible couples so I wasn t even ooting for anyone One thing I liked was that I couldn t guess the eal identity of Silver Fox until it was very obvious and it was impressive of the author to be able to maintain the mystery I also thoroughly enjoyed the book club discussions because everyone seemed to bring a different perspective to the well known stories though I was slightly miffed that Maddie seemed to think only classics were the ight books for her book club I also didn t like the first time she emailed Silver Fox just because he gave a 3 star Drachenfels review Even though I understand that he could have worded hiseview better I hate the idea of an author finding out the email of a One Week With Her (Ex) Stepbrother reviewer and then messagin. D friend who may want to steal her bookstore than her heart Even Silver Fox is getting in on the action sending Maddie alarmingly and intoxicatingly flirtatious emails And that’s not all Her ex wants her back   Now Maddie is about to discover that like any good story life has twists and turns and love can happen when you least expect it with the person you least expect  “Romance junkies will get a kick out of this fun selfeferential spin on just about every trope in the book” Kirkus ReviewsA uniuely clever exploration of love literature and self disc. G them in a drunken Memoirs of a Dipper rage It just put me off immediately and that might have totally changed my perception about Maddie as a character and overall the book itself We ve seen enough of this passive aggressive stuff ineal life and I don t think The Reckless Bride (Black Cobra Quartet, romanticizing this behavior in a book is theight way to go On a final note I think this book had a lot of potential but it just didn t work for me There is an interesting group of characters some wonderful conversations about books and the lovely setting of a small town bookstore but ultimately I just couldn t like the main character and didn t feel invested in any of the Death of a Salaryman relationships It was still a mostly entertainingead which I was able to breeze through uickly and enjoyed some laughs along the way I guess I was just hoping for something It s not The Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905 really a bad book per se so I would definitelyecommend that you pick it up if the premise interests you It might however be better to temper your expectations a bit By all intents and purposes Dating by the Book should have worked for me Cute bookstore owner who writes under a pen name to stay private friends to lovers tropes Le grand livre de la chasse romance with a bookeviewer and But something was missing here It s hard to put my finger on exactly what it was but the best way to sum it up is that the characters never Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Vermont Mountains really leaped off the page for me and the surprise was exactly what I thought from page one There is some light steam in this one but nothing too much for those of you who prefer it on the mild side I won t give up on Marlowe in the future but this one just wasn t a winner for meThank you to Kensington Books for an advanced copy All opinions are my own Deview I My Fair Mistress received a free e ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honesteview A Rom Com taking place within the setting of an actual bookstore What could a Blood Forest reader ask forMaddie Hanson is a fledgling author preparing for theeleas Originally published on The Nerd Daily Review by Emma KnightDating By The Book by Mary Ann Marlowe is the perfect Doctor Who: Ghost Light read for aainy day With a mix fun دیوان رودکی romance mystery and never ending bookeferences what s not to love about this heart warming book Set in a small town book shop named the Mossy Stone the story unfolds with Maddie a soon to be published author who is struggling to keep her business afloat After On the Social Life of Postsocialism: Memory, Consumption, Germany receiving a negativeeview for her new book she takes it into her own hands by Buddha Recognizes Buddha replying to the onlineeviewer Silver Fox Little does she know that this one email leads her down an enlightening path of banter and friendshipFinding a The Substitute Bridegroom romance hero ineal life seems pretty much impossible but Maddie wants to prove to Silver Fox and herself that true A Series of Unrelated Events: Misadventures of a Modern Man romance iseal As you watch her journey through her past and current love affairs there is an urge to The Dollmaker root for everyone on her live life spectrum Whether it be an ex fianc an old flame a cuteegular customer childhood friend or even mysterious internet guy you Archibald Wavell: The Life and Times of an Imperial Servant really hope isn t a total creep you hope Maddie finds the love only books talk aboutMaddie is an easy character toelate with as she uestions her love life constantly struggles to keep her beloved bookshop afloat and compares people she knows to book characters to try to understand their position better Then again while connecting similar traits to beloved fiction characters can have its charm it becomes her downfall As she puts labels and unneeded expectations on the friends surrounding her it leaves little oom for her opinion of them to change throughout the book she learns not to judge the book she learns not to judge from their past actions and to instead look at them in a new lightIt s great to see the incorporation of socialising through technology to watch how eaders and writers can actually interact Through a book The Dinner Lady: Change the Way Your Children Eat, for Life review Maddie gets to know one of hereaders on a personal level after multiple emails and messages exchanged What makes this part of the book even enjoyable is that you are constantly guessing who the mysterious Silver Fox is There are small hints towards each character which keeps you on your toesWhen a book adds multiple eferences to classic novels plus has book clubs within the book you know you have picked up "a gem It s fun to watch the individual characters have "gem It s fun to watch the individual characters have about books and all you want to do is join in with them Their witty banter and points about if the protagonist ended up with the ight person leave you wanting to ead the books over againAt the centre of this novel is finding where your heart lies whether it be a person or a place It eminds us that love can be over exaggerated in books sometimes and that it isn t always fluffy or chasing after people in the The Reluctant Widow rain Love is not limited to a first kiss That our heart can lie within a bookshop that is slowly falling apartAnd when I writeomance yes I want there to be chemistry and tension but also espect and eal palpable love The kind that cab survives obstacles separation or cultural differences that ender them ostensibly incompatible That is omanceDating By The Book is a hidden gem that can be Stuff read in one go as you are sucked into the engaging characters and fun story that leaves you with an appreciation for bookstores along with the sense of belonging This book is the feeling when you are curled up in the corner with a hot beverage and the warmth of a blanket I highlyecommend this book for a fresh sense of home and just because it makes you feel fresh sense of home and just because it makes you feel I Everyday Mysteries read an early copy of this hilariousomantic book It s infused with all of Marlowe s trademark humor and wit the characters are so alive they practically step off the page No spoilers but good luck guessing which guy Maddie chooses This book is like The Bachelorette but for smart people 3 starsThe whole time while The Complete Procopius Anthology: The Wars of Justinian, The Secret History of the Court of Justinian, The Buildings of Justinian (Texts From Ancient Rome Book 13) reading this book I thought about the main character Maddie Hanson emailing me about giving her story 3 starsThis book was okand that is the best I can say about it I felt like I was being ping ponged all over the with her possible love interests To be honest she was a little selfish Like her book Overy DATING BY THE BOOK is an unexpectedefreshing The Four-Dimensional Human: Ways of Being in the Digital World read Robinne Lee author of  The Idea of YouPraise for Mary Ann Marlowe’s  Some Kind of Magic “Marlowe makes a name for herself in this hilarious and sexy debut”  Booklist  “Frisky Flirty Fun”  Stephanie Evanovich  New York Times bestselling author of  The Total Package “Funomantic and sexy This love story will make Tombstone: The Great Chinese Famine, 1958-1962 readers smile”  RT Book Reviews  “Sexy engaging and original An amazing first novel”   Sydney Landon  New York Times bestselling author of  Wishing for Us.