30 Date in 30 Days by Elle Spencer

This was just fun!

What was the books about?

Veronica is at the top of her game professionally not to mention that she is about to make partner at her firm. Just one small snag… She made a pack with herself to be married by the time she was 35. Times running out so she decides to give in to one of her assistant’s hair brained ideas and join a dating app. Her assistant sets up 30 dates in 30 days. All in the same location and same time.

The location being the local bar and that is where Veronica meets Rachel. Rachel works the bar to help her cousin, the owner. She is blown away by Veronica when she first sees her. Rachel isn’t looking for anything long term. She just wants fun with beautiful women. But there is something about Veronica, and she can’t stop thinking about her. It’s clear the attraction is mutual, but they want very different things. Opting for friendship seems to make the most sense… but can they keep it just friendship? And can Rachel sit back and watch Veronica date all these women in the bar night after night? I know I couldn’t.

Book Strengths:

I had so much fun reading this book. It was just fun, not too much angst and the pace just flowed. It was the kind of book that had me looking for little lulls in my day to sneak in a chapter. I just couldn’t get enough. The banter between Veronica and Rachel was awesome too, and I chuckled more than once. I think the idea of 30 dates in 30 days would put my anxiety into overdrive, but I applaud Veronica for giving it a solid go.

Veronica and Rachel are just perfect for each other and you can see that from the moment they are together. I’ll get to their chemistry later in the review, but made for each other couldn’t have been more relevant for them both. Major swoon.

The secondary characters in this book really made it for me. The group of older patrons at the bar who took to commentating on each date were hilarious and a great source of levity throughout the books journey. Also, there is a few cameos from Madison and Ana from The Road to Madison which made me so happy, you could probably hear my shriek worldwide when they graced the page.

Book Weaknesses

No epilogue.  

Character chemistry

Did these characters have chemistry? Hell, to the yeah, they did!! I shouldn’t have been blindsided by that because it is Elle Spencer, and she’s amazing at writing character chemistry. But what builds between Veronica and Rachel is really quite something.

Heat Rating: 🔥🔥🔥🔥


Great book and lots of fun to read.

Stars: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ (4.5 stars)

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