There’s An App For Love Review


Hello again, savvy savers! Tonight finds us with a new book review, and this time the There’s an App For Love. This is the story of two people living in New York – Liam and Liz.

Liam is a sex guru and was asked by his publisher if he’d consider writing about the new app “Flame”,  so he has his assistant download the app, and namesake of this story, to hep him choose someone who he can meet up with to see what happens.  Meanwhile, Liz is leaving New York soon to move to Singapore for her job.  Her best friend Jenny thinks that she should find someone on the new “Flame” app and starts looking for guys for Liz under her own account.  Liam and Liz are a match and agree to meet later that night.

Liam is essentially in love with Liz from the moment she walks through the door.  Since he is a sex guru, Liz is quite satisfied with him but seemingly very underwhelming- unemployed, secretive, and financially despite.  Liz gets upset with him for being so secretive so he finally fesses up that he does have a job and it is to write the sex books which he writes under a pen name.

This book was 39 chapters and alternated between Liam and Liz’s point of view – which clued the reader in on all the secrecy going on that the characters were not otherwise privy to.  I thought that it was a good story – a bit of a roller coaster at times but worth the read.

This book would make for an excellent travel, summer read!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review.

To find out more about this book, click here!




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