Review: Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn (Dating by Numbers #1)

Note: This ARC was provided by the author via InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.

Le sigh. I love Meghan Quinn's brand of romantic comedy. It's always got this shot of angst to it that reminds me of a shot of espresso. It's that perfect hit that makes you sit up and pay even more attention to what's right in front of you--in this case, Quinn's latest release on my Kindle. Three Blind Dates is the first in her new Dating by Numbers series. We've got Noely Clark, a morning show host looking for love. When she decides to take advantage of her studios facilities in order to make her audition tape for Going in Blind, she has no qualms whatsoever. Who wouldn't want better lighting, right? But then her producer finds out, and that's when he makes her an offer she can't refuse: to host a segment focusing on her (mis)adventures in the world of blind dating. She's set up on three dates with three highly eligible and equally different men--Jack Valentine, Beck Wilder, and Hayden Holmes. She shares a unique connection with every single one of them, but at the end of the day, she can only choose one. But choosing between the Suit, the Rebel, and the Jock is easier said than done, especially with four hearts on the line.

I fully empathized with what Noely had to go through! How the heck do you choose among this trio of men who each call to a different part of Noely? Of course, I had my favorite AND I had my suspicion as to who Noely would end up choosing. Jack, Beck, and Hayden were great guys. They weren't perfect, but there was something about them that I found appealing, and they stood out in their own ways. I've been on Team Hayden since the author introduced him in Back in the Game, her contribution to the multi-authored Team Player anthology released late last year. Does Noely end up choosing him? Well... I'm not going to say. I mean, hello, that's one of the reasons you need to read this book! Then there's the fact that Meghan Quinn has never left me disappointed when it comes to her stories, which is why she's on my list of go-to authors. She writes with such aplomb, and readers like me reap the benefits, as is the case with her Dating by Numbers series starter. If the two other books are as good as this one, it's looking like another great year and series for Quinn. Three Blind Dates is a total winner and gets five stars. ♥

Date Read: 04 January 2018

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