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When a notoriously difficult class for future entrepreneurs leads to three freshmen developing the next “it” app for dating on college campuses, all hell The Social Network gets a romantic twist in this fresh and engaging new read from the author of Frat Girl, Kiley Roache. I have been having a hard time loving YA novels that I've been requesting lately. There of course is a love triangle in this one between the characters and I was just annoyed by the characters. It was just a mediocre read and nothing too special unfortunately. Huge thank you to Netgalley and Inkyard Press/Harlequin Teen for the arc in exchange for my honest review.
Experience the whirlwind ups and downs of college life in this authentic and entertaining new novel! Three students are required to work together on a start up business idea. that I'm a sucker for titles..lately cover love isn't equal to my love of the book! Pub date: 3/26/19Published to GR: 12/26/18Full Review on The Candid Cover The Dating Game by Kiley Roache is a book about innovation and technology as a group of unlikely partners creates the next big dating app.
I enjoy any book about technology, especially one with capable women who can code.
The story also presents some moral dilemmas as the ethics of the app are questioned.
When a notoriously difficult class for future entrepreneurs leads to three freshmen developing the next “it” app for dating on college campuses, all hell breaks loose…Type A control freak Sara lives by her color-coordinated Post-it notes. They all decide to cr I requested this title based off the cover. I love the premise, and the strong woman who can code is empowering.
Rich boy Braden wants out from under his billionaire father’s thumb. I have been having a hard time loving YA novels that I've been requesting lately. However, the characters and the plot fell flat for me, and I didn’t enjoy this one as much as I had hoped.
Love, drama, and laughs ensue in this fun and quick read from Kiley Roache, perfect book for a single sitting. The characters have more freedom and independence and let the situations be more mature and dramatic.
Due to their newfound success, the group must navigate the world of business while also retaining their values.
On top of this, I feel like there is random drama thrown in for a chapter or two, just for the sake of it, but never fully explored.
The ending is also far-fetched, and I had trouble believing that many of the events would actually occur.
Late nights of app development, interest from investors and unexpected romance are woven into a true-to-life college drama that explores what it means to really connect online and IRL. I love the premise, and the strong woman who can code is empowering.
However, the characters and the plot fell flat for me, and I didn’t enjoy this one as much as I had hoped.However, I feel like the characters are all very textbook.