Datingish

13-Apr-2016 06:31

As everyone knows (or will soon come to realize), traditional relations between humans are a thing of the past. And if robots are our future, then why do we need other people at all? About Penny: Penny Reid is the USA Today Best Selling Author of the Winston Brothers and Knitting in the City series.Now a USA TODAY BESTSELLER ‘Dating-ish’ can be read as a standalone, is a full length 100k word novel, and is book #6 in the Knitting in the City Series. It is absolutely completely worth it, and seeing a new side of Matt only made me fall for him even more.

I get a little fidgety and uncomfortable when I have to wait for feelings to develop and action to take place, but I’ve found a cure. This perfectly plotted, beautifully complex, utterly charming, slow-burn romance will remind you why a meticulously built love story can be more satisfying than any instantaneous affair.(Don’t get me wrong; there’s always a place for quickies.) While Dating-ish is the sixth book in the series, they are all stand-alones and do not need to be read in order, but if you have read the previous books, you’ll enjoy revisiting a familiar cast of characters.Whatever the case, just don’t wait a moment longer, because doesn’t get better on its own.Turns out the date she goes on is actually a test for a study to develop AI that can provide companionship. If your friends are warning you about a guy you’ve got to stay away.Enter Matt, a robotics researcher who typecasts Marie in a group of women that are “all the same.” The meet-cute is more like a meet-fail, there’s no sexual tension or sexy hatred going on here. The relationship develops more as a tenuous friendship that evolves into a romantic relationship.

I get a little fidgety and uncomfortable when I have to wait for feelings to develop and action to take place, but I’ve found a cure. This perfectly plotted, beautifully complex, utterly charming, slow-burn romance will remind you why a meticulously built love story can be more satisfying than any instantaneous affair.

(Don’t get me wrong; there’s always a place for quickies.) While Dating-ish is the sixth book in the series, they are all stand-alones and do not need to be read in order, but if you have read the previous books, you’ll enjoy revisiting a familiar cast of characters.

Whatever the case, just don’t wait a moment longer, because doesn’t get better on its own.

Turns out the date she goes on is actually a test for a study to develop AI that can provide companionship. If your friends are warning you about a guy you’ve got to stay away.

Enter Matt, a robotics researcher who typecasts Marie in a group of women that are “all the same.” The meet-cute is more like a meet-fail, there’s no sexual tension or sexy hatred going on here. The relationship develops more as a tenuous friendship that evolves into a romantic relationship.

Now a USA TODAY BESTSELLER ‘Dating-ish’ can be read as a standalone, is a full length 100k word novel, and is book #6 in the Knitting in the City Series. Watching her fall for the professor/scientist and open herself up, becoming vulnerable, is just as wonderful as watching Matt.