Book Review | The Dating Game by Sara Desai | Romance

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Daisy needs a fiancé so her aunties will leave her alone and stop trying to set her up and she needs to find a way to save the company she works for. She comes across the guy who stood her up for prom while at the office one day. She has a distant for him that goes back years.

Liam is needing a wife to claim the inheritance his grandfather left him. He is in town on business when he runs into his old girlfriend. He has the guilt and regret of how he did her wrong.

Can they come to n agreement that will help both of them get what they want. And can they do it without their feelings from the past or will they have to face it head on?


This was so good! The desire, anger, guilt, and the current need for one and the families were so real. If you have ever had your heart broken then you will likely understand Daisy’s emotions. The past has a way of sticking with us even when we try to forget about it. You can’t always choose who your heart wants or the things in life that cause you to leave it all behind.

This was a really fun read with so many funny moments with this family. I would definitely suggest picking this one up if you enjoy a fun light romance.

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