Short and Sweet!
This was a very short audiobook that I put on because I had a few hours to kill. It was a very cute little story. The main characters, Kristen and Cameron were both intelligent and witty. The narration was great. Andi Arndt and Zachary Webber have narrated quite a few books I have listened to in the past and both are great. I really liked the fact that this was dual POV/dual narration even though it was a short read.
Kristen is an alternative fuel scientist who is sick of people (especially her grandmother Jeanne) fixing her up with men they assume she will click with. She has been on so many bad dates that she can’t take it anymore. She loves numbers and is great at mathematics so she decides that online dating is the way to go, especially when she sees a sight that picks matches for you using an algorithm.
I don’t want to get to into the main plot, but to say Grandma Jeanne meets a nice guy at a car buying auction that she thinks is perfect for Kristen but Kristen wants none of that. Jeanne is the epitome of a cool Grandma. She is in her 70’s and refuses to wear polyester or any other of those clothes that other members of her generation seem to favor. She buys sport cars at auction and fixes them up to give to her friends so they can get rid of the Buick’s, Caddy’s and other old people mobiles.
I really enjoyed the romance and the characters in this one and give it 5 stars for the enjoyability factor. It is nice to listen to novellas on audio that aren’t prequels. You can enjoy it for what it is and not have to start an entire series.
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