This is Book Three set in a loosely fitted autobiography. David is on the hunt for Mr. Right and on his journey he is taking advantage of the men available. Right from the first page this book grabs you. I admit that I did read the first 2 books in the Series, The Man Plan and the 2nd, Friends and Frenchmen. I do suggest you do the same, it will give you a better understanding of David and the people he surrounds himself with.
As the Series title suggests this is David’s dating quest to find Mr. Right. The Author writes extremely sexual scenes, which you are involved in from the first pages. I say involved in, as the reader, I was pulled into the story and didn’t feel like a bystander watching the story pass me by. He also has a way of writing that turns the reader into sort of a cheerleader for David, rooting him on. In this short story we also get a mix of a set of Seriously Sexy Twins and friends with real life problems.
I really felt good about Book 3 and look forward to the ongoing saga that is David and his search.
Book Description The man-hunt is under way, and David’s keen to a snag a husband without having to complete every date of his 52 First Dates challenge. With several successful meets behind him, there’s a growing feeling of confidence that his search could actually work. But now that the novelty’s worn off, finding the motivation to keep going is about to become harder.
David finds himself trying to juggle meeting new men and providing a shoulder to cry on his to battered and pregnant friends. And, with a plethora of hotties vying for his attention, things are about to get more complicated.
Seeing Double (52 First Dates, Book 3) was last modified: February 18th, 2014 by GGR-Review