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Blind Date
     

Blind Date

3.6 9
by Dee Dawning
 
Women’s fashion entrepreneur, Keli Michaels,’ mundane life is about turn topsy turvy. It all starts when her business partner and best friend, Tya, arranges a blind date with her cousin, but fails to tell Keli about it until two hours before their dinner reservations. Despite Keli’s well founded annoyance, Ty convinces her to at least go out with him.

Overview

Women’s fashion entrepreneur, Keli Michaels,’ mundane life is about turn topsy turvy. It all starts when her business partner and best friend, Tya, arranges a blind date with her cousin, but fails to tell Keli about it until two hours before their dinner reservations. Despite Keli’s well founded annoyance, Ty convinces her to at least go out with him.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000838617
Publisher:
New Dawning Books
Publication date:
03/28/2010
Series:
Love is Everything , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
958 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

If you like warmth, live in Arizona like Dee Dawning does. If you like to read hot sexy stories born and raised in the sweltering summer heat of Arizona, check out his scribblings. Dee has been writing saucy romance stories and novels for seven years. At this time he has over thirty-five titles available. Dee & his lovely wife currently reside in Cave Creek Arizona, where he writes a novella every two to three months and a novel every six months.

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Blind Date 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymus More than 1 year ago
This was my first time reading books by this author. I foolishly bought two books. I was highly disappointed and I want my money back! Even short stories have some type of development to them. The two characters in this book had conversations with each other apparently in the author's mind, because she didn't write them in the book. These to people met and had some type of connection and they barely said two words to each other. It was weird. I believe that if you're going to write a story, then write!!! The story and characters should come alive for the reader. National best sellers do this. I tried French Kiss also and I couldn't get through that one either. I highly do NOT recommend these books.
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romancenovelsincolor1 More than 1 year ago
                                                                                                                               blindingly fast moving short contemporary romance Blind Date is a “blindingly” fast moving short contemporary romance.  In a few pages, two people meet, have a blind date, fall in love, move in together, discover a stalker, do an investigation with the police, catch the stalker, have a picnic, get engaged, and have a lot of sex in between. The heroine, Keli, is set up by her best friend to go on a date with the best friend’s cousin, a Caucasian guy, Trevor.  Sparks fly on the first date. Trevor is the perfect man. There are absolutely no flaws in this guy.  He has blond hair, blue eyes, is a gentleman, has a great job, can cook and wants to marry her pretty much on the spot.  I would have liked to have seen some flaws in Trevor and watch him grow. It would have given him more depth. Keli, other the hand seemed a little clueless.  She constantly leaves her window open even when she knows there’s a pervert/peeping Tom looking and taking pictures.  She never calls the police, but just acts disgusted. She wasn’t a very clever heroine.  I was glad that a smart guy like Trevor wanted to marry her. Basically, the two never really had any obstacles to their love except the initial “I’ve never dated a white guy”.  However, the banter between Keli and her best friend was well written and hilarious. After the initial date, the story just moved too fast, and a lot of things happened with the stalker. Overall it was an average read and emotionally satisfying with the two getting engaged in the end. -Reviewed by Pamela
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Dodgers More than 1 year ago
Hailing from this area, I really enjoyed Blind Date. It was romantic, sexy and the dialog between Keli and Ty was clever. It was a bit of a mystery too, with a stalker. The only thing that would have made Blind Date better was if it could have been a little longer.
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