It’s been quite a while since this happened, but The Dating Game by Kiley Roache is actually a book that I’ve already read! So, nope, this book is not on my TBR since it’s already on my Read shelf. And I’ll be honest, it wasn’t my favorite novel of all time. For the most part, the story was just okay. Ultimately it features three kids who were teamed up for a project in which they would have to make an app and they end up making one that includes a rating system. And then, naturally, there’s a whole bunch of other drama involved. It was nice to see that the book wasn’t entirely whitewashed, also. If you’re curious to check out my review for The Dating Game, definitely feel free to. Otherwise, check out the synopsis below to see if it’s for you.
The Social Network gets a romantic twist in this fresh and engaging new read from the author of Frat Girl, featuring college campus life as three freshmen stuck working together on a group project create a dating app that goes viral, winning them fame, potential fortune…and more trouble than it might be worth.
When a prestigious class for future entrepreneurs leads to three freshmen developing the next It App for dating on college campuses, all hell breaks loose…
Sara is a driven type-A control freak who lives by her color-coordinated Post-it notes. Braden is a player who wants out from under his billionaire father’s thumb. Roberto earned his place at Warren University through scholarship and can’t afford for his grades to drop. When the three are forced to work together as a group in one of the university’s most notoriously difficult classes, tension rises to the breaking point…until shockingly, the silly dating app they created in the final hour proves to be the most viable project in class. Late nights of app development, interest from corporate sponsors, and unexpected romance are woven into a true-to-life college drama that combines the intensity and atmosphere of The Social Network with a romantic twist.
What are your thoughts about this book? Do you feel like you’d be interested in reading it? Is it a book that you don’t care to read? Let me know in the comments!