Book Reviews of Love @ First Site

Love @ First Site
Love First Site
Author: Jane Moore
ISBN-13: 9780767916912
ISBN-10: 0767916913
Publication Date: 5/9/2006
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 49 ratings
Publisher: Broadway
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
I absolutely loved this book! What a wonderful story! I thought Jess was a very likeable character. She is someone that I could imagine being a good friend or a sister. Jess's friends were a riot as well. I enjoyed the side story involving Jess's sister, Olivia.

A couple of interesting plot twists took me by surprise towards the end that I really enjoyed. I'm so glad this book grabbed my attention as I don't know how long I would have gone before picking it up. Highly recommended!
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Helpful Score: 2
An entertaining "Chick-Lit"-type novel! It was a fun read.
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Helpful Score: 1
Not bad.. cute story of single, 34 year old Jess Monroe, who's "friend" decides (for Jess's birthday) to put an up an ad for an internet dating site to get Jess more dates.
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Helpful Score: 1
cute chick lit with a warm touch!
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Awesome ending which is the best part about any romantic novel.
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A quick-read, and a cute story about a girl who is simply trying to meet the man of her dreams. The story is a bit predictable, but it makes you still want to read to the end to know how she gets there. Its pretty well-written for a chick flick and only takes about 2 hours to read.
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More than just your usual chick-lit. A bit of family drama, growing pains, discovering your true self and of course humor. Jess Monroe is set up by a friend on an Internet dating site as a birthday present. Trying to make the best of it Jess goes on many dates while dealing with the chaos that is life.
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This was an easy-read, and entertaining. I'd say it felt a bit dated (even just six years later), since it's totally common for you to ask a couple how they met each other and they say "online," and no one really frowns on it (at least in my circles). I appreciated that this book was not strictly about romance, it had a bit more depth to it, as well, because of what happens with the main character's sister.
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Was a great and quick read!
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Awesome book!
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Plot totally lost in the middle and main character is missing the shine quality needed for this book to work.
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A fast-read chick-lit book.