My review of Date and Dash by Susan Hatler

This is the tenth installment in the “Better Date than Never” series and I loved it – I enjoyed every page from cover to cover. It really is such an easy book to read and I happily sat and passed a few hours reading through it, and I could easily read it again at a later date.  In this part of the series Mary Ann Nielsen who lives by her one-strike-and-you’re-out dating policy accidentally rear-ends handsome Trevor Brooks on her way to a charity auction to buy back her beloved grandmother’s long lost bracelet. Trevor is annoyingly responsible and more concerned with insurance reports than responding to her flirting so he earns three strikes right off the bat. Flustered from the car accident and being rejected by gorgeous Trevor, Mary Ann mistakenly bids on the wrong auction item and loses out on reclaiming her grandmother’s bracelet. Instead, she wins four dates on a reality TV show with none other than stuffy Trevor Brooks. Now she’s broke and the only way to get the money to buy back her special family heirloom is to win the grand prize money from the televised couples competition by convincing the audience that she and Trevor are in love.  The plot is really good and has the right amount of funny in it. I loved the characters of Mary Ann and Trevor and am going to go back through the series and read any of the books that I have missed. I can’t believe I have only read this authors books now when they are approaching the end of the series!



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