Annie Chang is in her mid 20s and has lived in Los Angeles all her life. After a series of failed relationships, she’s beginning to feel like she will never meet Mr. Right. But seeing one of her longtime BFFs find love on the internet, she decides to give online dating a try.
After finally finding an amazing guy who sweeps her off her feet, will he prove to be everything she could have wished for and more or is he too good to be true?
Love in all the wrong places was a fun read to me. I found myself smiling with Annie’s best friend Alex. Annie has tried online dating, and has found a couple of hotties that would do it for me in my book.
I loved the concept of this story. I would never try online dating, but I believe if that what it takes for you to find love, then that’s your decision. I’ve had personal friends try it and they’ve actually married the person. The anonymity is just too scary me, you will never know what dangerous things it could lead you to. But I believe that’s the whole point to the story. Annie had me giggling with little things her character would do.
“Feeling like a love struck teenager, she couldn’t help giggling out loud as she started to write back to him.”
I remember doing that in HS when I would IM a guy I thought was cute. I love the way Audrey writes and expresses herself through her words. This is Audrey’s debut novel and I can’t believe it’s her first one. When I started reading, you would expect this to be her forth or fifth book from the way she writes. I’ve read sex scenes before, but because of Audrey’s words, I found myself with my mouth open and me saying ‘Whoa’ I’m also the type of reader that loves when certain things stick out while reading the story. This book has them.
“Your ad caught me eye, girl next door. I am knocking. Can I have some sugar?”
I love that things stick out, it helps me remember and fall in love with the story line. Annie is a strong girl, her development is great with the story line. All her character’s felt real as if I saw it actually playing in my head.
5 stars from me all the way. I really can’t wait for the second book. Great job Audrey Harte.