Book Review: Dating the Alphabet by Samantha Napier

Dating the Alphabet by Samantha NapierTitle: Dating the Alphabet
Author: Samantha Napier
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Sensuality Rating: Unknown
Source: review copy provided by publisher
Published: March 1, 2015 by AUS Impulse

From Archie to Zolon, Ramona is determined to find a happy ending to her fairytale. Ramona Rawlings is going to make dating fun again. Armed with an alphabet poster, post-it notes and her best friend Emma, Ramona is going to date the alphabet - from A to Z, Archie to Zolon and everything in between. Throw in the chaos of managing a theatre restaurant with a roster full of strong personalities, unfulfilled dreams and lustful hook ups and Ramona's world is turned upside-down. In between Evan the arrogant, Ivan the emotionally stunted and Glen the racist, Ramona discovers what she really wants: to be a good friend, to emotionally connect with a man and to replace her vodka-tonics with kale smoothies. But how many frogs will she have to kiss before she finds her fairytale?

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Reviewed by: Monica

Why I Read This Book: The premise sounded fun and I like the occasional chick lit.

What I Didn't Like: I started this book because the premise sounded so fun. Well, the beginning had potential but it quickly went downhill from there. In my opinion the premise was strong but not executed to the fullest potential it could have been. I didn't get very far into the story before I grew sort of bored. The dates seemed fun and exciting as did the main character's life but I just didn't feel it as I read. If you don't mind a slow start this one might be for you as the fun factor is pretty high, but I couldn't get into it.

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