Speed dating romance book
When it comes to the actual date with each ghost, you get more than just a glimpse.
For instance, during the speed dating with Spooky Pete you get a sense that he’s been around for a long time and is looking for someone to mentor in haunting.
When you go on a date with him, he takes you on an actual haunt.
Despite the premise, this isn’t really a game about romance. Because — and here’s where I felt like Michael Bluth — being a ghost isn’t like being human.
I don’t care if it takes a hundred cocky douche-bags, momma’s boys, and minute men, I will find the one for me.
He’s out there somewhere, and it’s only a matter of time before I find him. You guys know how much I love Dawn Robertson, right?
Every time I screw a guy he disappears off of the face of the earth—sucked into the great beyond where apparently there’s no cellphones or social networking. I’m the revolving door of my apartment complex—the knob that everyone gets to turn once, but it’s time I tried something new.
Another is still dealing with their anxiety issues even post-life.
In a way is good metaphor for romance in video games.
Even though Speed Dating is just the first in a three part series, it was definitely worth the journey.
I’ll be reading it again soon and I’ll be the first in line when the second book is published. It was about getting drunk enough to tolerate half the men in the room long enough to figure out if they were Mr.
With two besties by her side, one who is just this side of sane, she embarks on the journey of finding “the one” that starts a crash course in speed dating.