The Dating Intervention (The Intervention Series, #1)

The Dating Intervention (The Intervention Series, #1)

by Hilary Dartt

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Overview

Delaney Collins thought her dating system was fail-proof. She was wrong. 


When all three guys on Delaney's roster dump her within the span of two days, she's forced to reexamine what she thought she knew about romance. Forced, as in her two best friends, Josie Garcia and Summer Gray, take complete control of her dating life. 

Enter Jake Rhoades, the sexy Greek god of a man who comes to Delaney's rescue when she's rear-ended at a red light. Jake seems to have it all: not only is he a good Samaritan, but he's so hot he inspires vivid, steamy daydreams. 

The problem: Delaney has relinquished control of her romantic adventures. Or has she? If Delaney doesn't stick to her friends' dating regime, she risks being alone and forever lonely in a sea of men with stained neckties and cumbersome baggage. 

Reviews: 

"What a funny and very entertaining romcom Hilary Dartt's THE DATING INTERVENTION is!" -- Amazon reviewer 

"Reading this book felt like I was hanging out with my girlfriends." -- Amazon Reviewer 

"First of all, The Dating Intervention is a really fun romance - the perfect summer read. But it is much more than that. I loved the book's realistic illustration of how a young woman can sometimes lose herself after a few painful setbacks in life. It doesn't stop there, though, but goes on to take the reader through Delaney's sometimes hilarious, sometimes poignant attempts to get her life back on track." -- Amazon reviewer 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153529189
Publisher: Darttboard Creative Writing LLC
Publication date: 08/01/2015
Series: The Intervention Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 23,134
File size: 676 KB

About the Author

Hilary Dartt lives and writes in Arizona's high desert, surrounded by spectacular views of mountains and the bright Arizona sky. After graduating from Cal State Long Beach with a degree in Creative Writing, she worked as a journalist before launching her freelance writing career 10 years ago. When she's not writing, Hilary is running or reading. She loves sunrises and the Arizona sky. Hilary and her husband have three children and an assortment of pets, including a flock of chickens.

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The Dating Intervention (Book 1 in the Intervention Series) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Worth the time; worth the chuckles
Anonymous 10 months ago
Good read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was spectacular, I was a bit impatient for her to meet Jake again in the beginning, but I really enjoyed it overall. Can't wait to read the others!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Let me start by saying that this is completely my type of book! I love a book about good friends, dating life, and the occasional scene of sultry sex. That being said, I need to also have a good laugh and read a book that is well-written and basically all around fun! The dating intervention, hit all of those marks for me. I knew I would like the book when the first scene was three girlfriends sitting in a bar having a happy hour drink and discussing their problems. Delaney, Josie and Summer have been friends since childhood and their most recent mission is to help Delaney fix her life, starting with the men whom she chooses to date. Throughout the book there were times that I could relate to each of the woman, depending on what they were going through. I thought this was a level of the book that really made sense, it kept me hooked because I felt as if I had, "been there, don't that." While it took a bit for me to get to the "must read" stage, once there I read 80% of the book in one night. I love the comfort that I felt throughout the book, the town of Juniper was a place that I wanted to live. I could see myself grabbing a drink with the girls at Rowdy's and enjoying the small town life. All in all I think the book is profoundly about friendship.