eARC review: Swipe Right by Stephie Chapman

Swipe Right

 Swipe Right by Stephie Chapman (Goodreads Author)

 3.79  ·  Rating details ·  173 ratings  ·  131 reviews
Love could be a click away… Or in the last place you expected.

When Fran meets Ollie, it’s eye roll at first sight. Who does he think he is – with his Ray-Bans, piss taking and artfully styled hair? Forced into working together at Viral Hive, the trendy media content agency, at first they butt heads, but soon realise that they could be BFFs. Fran’s happily settled with boyfriend Lucas, while Ollie is fully committed to girlfriend Lou.

But when Fran’s relationship crumbles, and Ollie sets off with Lou for a round-the-world trip, she decides to start an anonymous dating column, detailing all the perils of dating online – from the bloke who angrily demanded she share the bill when she refused his clumsy advances, to the one that ended their date by weeping into her cleavage – even if it seems that all the good (or even normal?) men are hiding. Maybe there aren’t plenty more fish in the sea?

But, on her dating journey of discovery, Fran’s about to learn that sometimes love can be where you least expect it… you just have to put down your phone.

My review:

I was in the mood to read rom-com books during the month of May! I really liked Swipe Right by Stephie Chapman. I couldn’t get into it at first because it was a PDF book originally and I have such a hard time with that format. But then Netgalley updated it into a beautiful MOBI file and I was able to read it on my Kindle after all!

I really liked the characters in this book. I like almost all characters named Oliver too, aka Ollie.

Swipe Right was also a enemies to friendship to lovers type of book and I really liked that Ollie and Fran developed an amazing friendship through work. I liked how he basically was her work husband and the fact that everybody could tell there was something more between them when they had to say goodbye. Sorry for the slight spoiler there.

I also liked how Fran decided to take a chance at the end of the book and it was just all well played out.

Swipe Right was a four star rating for me.

I got Swipe Right through Netgalley, but this had no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts and feelings for this book are my own.


Thank you for reading! 

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