By Elodia Strain
If you are looking for a fun read this may be what you are looking for. If you believe in the truth of Murphy's Law well Gabby Malone thinks that her life is proof in favor of its existence. She's lost her dream job really through no real fault of her own. Then she gets dumped by her boyfriend, again.
And thanks to her friend Paige she just might have a chance to make a little extra money in addition to her temp job. After all, with her recording with dating, there is no chance that she'd be picked for the dating study. But to Gabby's surprise her answers somehow have moved her on in the study and she is about to have five weeks worth of Friday and Saturday dating. Unfortunately, something goes wrong and Gabby may have her recent ex-boyfriend as one of her potential dates - so not good.
With help from her friends, her Aunt Kit, and her secret childhood crush Ian she just may live through the experiment. But will she lose her heart yet again to Ian O'Connell, who just happens to be engaged? Life is never easy but along the way, Gabby makes some new friends who will change her life in ways she never expected.
This is the perfect book to lift your mood if you're in need of a good laugh or two. It's clean reading that won't make you blush. And Gabby's ex-boyfriend is just too much - it is surprising that she had to wait for him to dump her again. Looking for a beach read or a long weekend unwind check out The Dating Experiment.
I was provided a review copy of this book by the publisher with no expectation of a positive review ~ All expressed opinions are my own.
About the Book:
I am not the girl who things work out for.
I'm the girl whose Schwinn gets sideswiped
by the SUV being driven by the girl
who things work out for.
After losing her job, her house, and her guy, the last thing Gabby wants to do is be in a dating experiment—especially with her ex. Her only chance of making it through is with help from her best friend, Ian. But as the study and all its hilariously awkward dates goes on, Gabby finds herself wondering what exactly this experiment is all about. Can science lead her to her perfect match? Or will she have to find him all on her own?