Author: Christine S. Feldman
Series: Adventures in Blind Dating #1
Publication: September 29th 2015
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Purchase: Amazon | Kobo
This review copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion or content of the review.
Who has time for dating these days? Certainly not struggling entrepreneur Paisley Jameson, who has way too much on her plate to pay any real attention to her shriveling social life. And not mechanic Joe Spencer either, who has a lot on his mind with both the family business and family in general. But neither can say no to the beloved mutual acquaintance who wants to set them both up on a blind date.
Which is too bad, because they both kind of wish they had said no when they show up for the dinner date and realize they've met before--and not under happy circumstances.
But fate seems determined to prove that they're not so wrong for each other after all, because in spite of the intentions of both Paisley and Joe to nip this whole unfortunate blind date thing in the bud and go their separate ways, events transpire to keep them together for an evening involving muggers, foot-chases, and even a high-speed trip to the ER--
And that's all before dessert.
Dating: it's not for wimps…
This story is about Paisley Jameson and Joe Spencer who have been set on a blind date by an old woman who just won't take no for an answer. Arriving on the blind date Paisley and Joe realize they have met before, which just like the synopsis says, was not under the best circumstances. Because of this Paisley as well as Joe have the intention of going their seperate ways but it seems like fate has some more in store for their disaster date.
This book was so funny I had to laugh out loud a few times. I just love how Paisley and Joe couldn't seem to catch a break on their date. But that's what made it so hilarious.
I really liked both Paisley and Joe as main characers. They were both very different. Joe being a mechanic and Paisley starting her own business. But opposites do attract and it shows in this story. Mabel (the old woman who set them up) was also a great character that's worth mentioning. She seemed like a riot!
It happened One Night was another romantic comedy by Christine S. Feldman that I just adored. It was funny, cute, quick to read and the writing was excellent.
Christine S. Feldman writes both novels and feature-length screenplays, and she has placed in screenwriting competitions on both coasts. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her ballroom-dancing husband and their beagle.