The Double Date Disaster

The Double Date Disaster

by Susan Hatler

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City girl Jennifer Page works sixteen-hour days and has little time for love. But when her best friend proposes they go on a blind double date, Jennifer doesn't hesitate to say yes. What's better for her overworked soul than time with her best friend, a new sushi restaurant, and a cute guy?

Outdoor adventurist Dylan Douglas is surprised when his blind date shows up for whitewater rafting dressed to the nines in high heels. Turns out the only experience she has with the outdoors is when she almost got eaten by a bear as a kid. Despite the mix-up, Jennifer continues with the date and Dylan admires her spunk.

Jennifer and Dylan have little in common, but he turns out to be fun and insightful. As they spend time together, Jennifer realizes an adventurist girl has been hiding inside her this whole time. Will their differences tear them apart or teach them that a rafting disaster can turn into the love of a lifetime?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160875309
Publisher: Hatco Publishing
Publication date: 11/06/2019
Series: Do-Over Date Series: Second Chance Clean Romances , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 24,910
File size: 734 KB

About the Author

SUSAN HATLER is a New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author, who writes humorous and emotional contemporary romance and young adult novels. Many of Susan's books have been translated into German, Spanish, French, and Italian. A natural optimist, she believes life is amazing, people are fascinating, and imagination is endless. She loves spending time with her characters and hopes you do, too.

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The Double Date Disaster 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Kristen Bergh-Lewendon 13 hours ago
What do you get when you pair the ultimate Type-A city girl with a laid-back adventurer? You get the sweetly funny misadventures of Jennifer and Dylan. Their story shows Murphy’s Law hard at work, and makes me wonder if the author has a bit of a vindictive streak with how ruthlessly she wields the question: “so what really is the absolute worst that could happen?” I loved watching Dylan teach Jennifer how to spread her wings, and her, in turn, showing him it’s okay to plant roots. This book was the perfect candy confection I needed. Now I can’t wait to sink my teeth into the next in the series. I received a complimentary copy of this book through Booksprout.
Tina_Layner- 2 days ago
Jennifer Page and Dylan Douglas are setup on a double date by her best friend and her date. When Jennifer read her e-mail she thought it said to meet at The new sushi restaurant so she did not eat lunch. She was so excited because she loved sushi and she was getting a date out of the deal. When she pulled up where everyone was waiting on her, she was shocked by what she saw. There was a raft waiting to be put in the water, everyone except her had the proper clothing for this adventure. She had her expensive high heel shoes and nice clothes on. Dylan is an outdoor person. He is not afraid to try anything that has to do with anything outside. No threat too big for him. Every time Jennifer and Dylan tried to go on a date, the universe was against them. Jennifer finally got the nerve to face her fears and done things she never would have dreamed of doing. I really loved this book and can not wait to read another by this author. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Renee25 10 days ago
Jennifer is a work driven city girl. Dylan is a bucket list fulfilling adventure guy. Their first meeting/blind date is so funny. They both handled it quite well and boy did the sparks fly. A 2nd do over leads to another. She thinks they are too different and he thinks their differences are what bring them together. Of course there is angst but I loved the ending. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
gdsnv 11 days ago
There were so many “funny”, depending upon which side of the date you were on, scenes on this first date that I don’t know where to start. When Jennifer Page arrives at what she thinks is a sushi date…in stilettos…and it gets funnier from there. Poor Jennifer – she is SUCH a city girl, desperately out of place in the wilderness – but she sure does try to get past her hang-ups. And Dylan Douglas, outdoor adventurer extraordinaire, is the person Jennifer is meeting for this “sushi” date, that is actually nothing close to a restaurant date. It is so much funnier when the author describes it but trust me, you will laugh. Both Dylan and Jennifer need to work out issues from their pasts in order to move ahead but it is fascinating to watch them deal with their wants, and needs, and wishes. The supporting characters are great, too, and they make you wish you had such crazy, good friends. I like both of these characters and although they each had some “boy” and “girl” moments, they were always good people, to their very souls. There is a defining moment for Jennifer, very near the end, that is both courageous, absolutely crazy (imho), funny and touching. Fun, quick read for me.
Jillian12345 11 days ago
A true adventure of life, love, and business The book starts off as a comedy of errors. We are talking so outrageous that I would kill to see it in played out on screen. It was hilarious. You have Jennifer, who is full blooded “City Girl” in her Gucci’s and polished dress, unexpectedly finding herself at a river climbing onto a raft. There were shenanigans and mishaps. A must read to really get the full picture here. After that kind of start to a blind date, they could only go up from there. Dylan, aka “Mr. Adventure”, surprisingly got Jennifer. He listened to her and asked the hard questions which in turn helped her focus on who she was and what she really wanted. Meanwhile Jennifer helped Dylan get a little bit more settled into what future he wanted instead of only living in the moment. I loved Jennifer’s business idea and how everything played out. So many scenes caught me by surprise at how they developed, all in a good way. The crazy of the beginning of the book does settle down once you get into it. The story is filled with some entertaining and insightful moments. My favorite takeaway line from the book was: “sometimes a little adventure is needed, so we don’t miss out on what really matters to us”. I think that is a great way to live! I received a copy of this book from the author but my review is voluntary and my own ideas. Rating: PG, clean, sweet romance