Workaholic recruitment consultant, Gill McFadden, is sick of her friends trying to match-make for her. Up until now her love life has been a disaster and she’s going through a drier spell than the Sahara desert.
She realises she has to act, as work keeps piling up and at this rate she will have retired before she has time for a relationship.
Seeing an ad on a bus one day, she decides to visit Happy Ever After dating agency. She quickly discovers men are like buses. They all come along at once. Unsure what her type is, Gill decides to keep her options open. Soon she has problems juggling her social life as well as her work diary. Will she ever strike the right balance?
Before long she is experiencing laughs, lust and… could it be love? But like everything in Gill’s life, nothing is straightforward and she ends up wondering exactly who she can trust.
Thank you to the author, Susan for sending me a copy of The Dating Game to review. I really enjoyed Susan’s first book Sign of the Times and couldn’t wait until her second book was released. I wasn’t disappointed; The Dating Game is just as good as if not better! The descriptions are spot on and the characters are so well written that I related to them. I loved the Barcelona bit, as the city holds happy memories for me, so reliving my last visit through the girls was great. Susan is obviously a foodie – I wish I was there having tapas with the girls. Or eating one of the yummy sounding dishes Gill eats on her dates. I devoured this book quite quickly. It’s a real page turner with a twist to the plot which I’m rating as a must read.