Book Review: We Just Clicked

wejustclickedWe Just Clicked is about Erin Cochrane. When we first meet her, she is planning her wedding to Tyson and lending an ear to her best friend Bex and hearing all about her adventures in online dating.  But then Tyson decides that he doesn’t want to marry Erin and he doesn’t even want to be with her anymore so she is forced to move out of his house and back in with her Mom.  Bex convinces Erin to make an online dating profile.

Erin goes on a few bad dates and a few really bad ones – like the one with the guy who took her to Pizza Hut and told her she could only drink tap water because he was treating and couldn’t afford drinks… and just when she decides that it is time to delete her account, she gets a message from a guy named Joe.

Joe is a photographer and Erin doesn’t realize he is a celebrity photographer at first and thinks he is just joking around when he mentions having worked with celebrities. The two really seem to hit it off, but with Joe away all the time for work and Erin reading gossip magazines she thinks that something may be going on with his ex and calls things off. But Erin’s Mom is convinced that they are meant to be and meddles a bit…

Definitely a fun read and I always like reading about others dating site horror stories (and I have a few of my own as well!)  This was my travel read and I don’t think I could have picked anything better.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Erin Cochrane loves the gossip and the countless bizarre stories about her best friend Bex’ adventures with online dating. Not that she’d ever sign up for the site herself. Erin’s far too busy planning her dream wedding to her gorgeous fiancé, Tyson.

But when Tyson decides that he is not ready for marriage, Erin’s world is turned upside down. Forced to move back in with her eccentric mother, things couldn’t get any worse. Thrust back into the singles’ scene, could online dating be the escape Erin needs from it all? Or will it be just another disaster?

From stalkers to cheapskates, Erin feels as though she’s become a magnet for every loser around, until she opens one message that changes everything.

An intriguing novel about modern dating and unexpected encounters that will keep you entertained right up to the very last page.

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