Some of us go through life obsessing over our flaws, flaws that may or may not even be there, or doubting our beauty, are we worthy of another’s affections. This is Parker. Cute, Sweet, Doubting Parker.
This was a really cute romantic story with a side of comedy. With the help of his best friend Seth, Parker is venturing out into the world of online dating. The problem with setting up his profile he doesn’t have a good picture of himself that doesn’t look like he is bound up inside. 🙂 Enter Lane, Seth’s cousin who is there to help get a good picture of Parker for his profile. If you can picture the guy on the internet that was everywhere when he showed how to put up his long hair in a man bun, that is what I envision Lane to be like.
The angst in the relationship build up was really cute, everyone but Parker realized what was going on around him and where the attractions lie. This goes back to his self doubt a trait that was slowly whittled away as the story progressed. The sexual scenes were very very good. Parker and Lane really fit and once the air was cleared and everyone knew who was attracted to whom, by everyone I meant Parker.
I want to point this out because I think the author did a wonderful job in handling the topic. Lane identifies as bisexual and Lane does such a beautiful job in explaining this to Parker. It was just very matter of fact and it was a conversation instead of Lane being on the defense.
I recommend that you take the time to read this book, it will leave you smiling and good inside.
Parker Knowles needs a date. No, really. If he can’t find one by Valentine’s Day, he’s agreed to let his sister fix him up. And quite frankly, he’d rather chew off his own arm than go out with someone of his sister’s choosing.
Internet phenom, Lane Steadman, has offered to show Parker the art of the perfect selfie. After all, an outstanding dating profile is useless without a topnotch photo, right?
Can love really be found on the Internet? Or is a real-world connection closer to Parker than he thinks?