The Dating Game

The Dating Game

Avril Tremayne / Feb 26, 2021

The Dating Game You need to learn the rules fast Sarah s brother Adam has been educating her best friend Lane in the arts of the Kama Sutra for weeks all in the pursuit of Lane s real target David Bennett So when

  • Title: The Dating Game
  • Author: Avril Tremayne
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  • Page: 195
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  • You need to learn the rules, fast Sarah s brother Adam has been educating her best friend Lane in the arts of the Kama Sutra for weeks, all in the pursuit of Lane s real target, David Bennett So when Sarah finds herself alone with David at an exhibition, weeping over her own terrible dating history, they strike up a conversation A budding artist, he wants to paint her, sYou need to learn the rules, fast Sarah s brother Adam has been educating her best friend Lane in the arts of the Kama Sutra for weeks, all in the pursuit of Lane s real target, David Bennett So when Sarah finds herself alone with David at an exhibition, weeping over her own terrible dating history, they strike up a conversation A budding artist, he wants to paint her, so she agrees in return for a guarantee that he ll find her a relationship that can last than three weeks her rather dismal personal best.She reassures herself that she isn t betraying Lane After all, Sarah wants marriage and 2.5 kids, and David has made it than clear he will never want that Plus he s going to sleep with Lane any day now Isn t he

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        Lover of funny stuff, steamy stuff, and Campari Gin too Okay and wine And cheese Doer of courses Travel tragic Italian wannabe Eater extraordinaire but does not cook Avid shoe collector.


    706 Comments

    1. 3.5☆ Sexy and Fun!This is the second book in the series.Both books can be read as standalone books.I absolutely loved the first book, however this one for me just wasn't as good.I so desperately wanted to like it as much.I feel the characters was lost on the continuous dialogue between Sarah and David.I understand the need for back and forth conversation I just feel the actual story was somewhat lost. We meet Sarah and David in book 1.I loved the first few chapters where Sarah and David discus [...]


    2. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.This book is the follow up to “Kiss Don’t Tell”. In this story we get the same characters as the previous book, but the romance is now centered around Adam’s sister Sarah and Lane’s original love interest, David. This story starts on a pivotal night from the first book. Lane introduces Adam to David in an effort to get her relationship with Adam back on track. To know what I’m talking about, you’ll have to read the firs [...]


    3. All my reviews can be found at bookblog.gjmccarthy/.Thank you to Netgalley and HarperCollins UK/HQ Digital for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.Although this is a sequel (and I haven’t read Book 1), this book reads fine as a standalone.I really enjoyed The Dating Game. It is a heart-warming, sexy, romantic tale full of suspense and miscommunication between couples.Firstly, we have the agreement between Sarah and David, which makes for an excellent storyline, and their chemistry makes [...]


    4. The Dating Game is the best kind of sexy chick-lit. It's romantic, sweet, dirty, joyful and just a little bit suspenseful. Sarah and David's agreement makes for an excellent storyline, and their chemistry makes for an excellent read. David is one of those amazing book boyfriends that you don't want to leave when it's over, and Sarah is the perfect character to fall into, empathise with and connect with. This is an easy read, and an incredibly enjoyable one. It's seriously addictive too - I did n [...]


    5. The Dating Game is actually a sequel, but obviously it works as a standalone. Sarah thinks she is cursed. Every man she dates breaks up with her before they reach the three week and one day mark. When she meets ladies man David, she agrees to pose for a painting in exchange for some lessons on how to keep a man.The first part of the book made everything light and didn’t take itself too seriously. It almost fell into chick lit territory. There was conflict in the shape of Sarah’s best friend, [...]


    6. 4 'Darling One' Stars!ARC kindly provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed this book. Loved being able to continue on from Lane and Adam to David and Sarah. I loved both of these characters. Sarah being the bright sunshine pixie with her heart on her sleeve and David with the charming dimples but deep secrets. It was beautiful getting to finally see these two get come together and get it right. Chemistry was hot too.just saying!! *fans self*I'm really [...]


    7. This book is the sequel to 'kiss, don't tell', even when the time frame is about the same time. I liked the first book, but somehow did not feel this one. I thought it was a lot like the first and I did not like the whole argument the H/h were having near the end. I won't spoil it, but it seemed a bit OTT for me. It could have been solved so much easier. The author can write, that's obvious. However, there is a recurring theme in the books with very headstrong MC's (in this case the male charact [...]


    8. This book is both poignant and serious, and funny--just the sort of read I love. The quick, witty dialogue made me smile and kept me reading and reading. David and Sarah were meant for each other from the start. The secondary characters were also interesting--Erica needs her own story, and it was really great to see Adam and Lane (from Kiss Don't Tell) appear in this story.HIGHLY recommended.


    9. I didn't enjoy this book as much a the first book about Lane and Adam. The author has written Mills & Boon books and I found this one to be very similar to a M&B in storyline. I didn't particularly like David and he wasn't my kind of hero. It also went on a bit towards the endC provided by Netgalley


    10. It was an okay story, I just couldn't get into the story from the start, what should have been a witty back and forth fell a little flat. Sarah started as a bit of a downer, crying and I wasn't sure why. David came across as cold. I wished I had read the first book in the series, I found myself feeling like I was plopped down in the middle of a story.


    11. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review. I really enjoyed the continuation of this story in the first book Kiss don't Tell we hear Adam and Lane's story and in this book we get Sarah and David's story. Sarah first meets David at an art gala that Lane takes her to. Lane is interested in David and introduces them so Sarah feels like he is off limits. David is interested in Sarah and they strike up a deal where she will pose for his art work and he will help he [...]


    12. I did not make if very far in this book, the writing style was hard to follow. at times I felt like I was reading an ancient book. I was really looking forward to reading this book too. :(





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