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Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn Review

Title: Three Blind Dates

Author: Meghan Quinn

First published January 4, 2018

386 pages, Paperback

Rating: 4.12


“Good Morning readers, it’s another day and I am excited to tell you about my dating journey. I’m Noely Clark, a hopeless romantic who is always in search of love.

When Going in Blind, a popular dating app, reached out to me for their new project, I couldn’t resist. A chance to find love through blind dates?

Count me in! As I go on three very different dates with three very different men, I realize that finding love might not be as easy as I thought. With each date, I find myself in a deeper trouble than before.

Will I be able to find the man of my dreams or is this just another dead end? Join me on my thrilling journey to find love in Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn.”

About the Author

If you’re looking for a good read on a cloudy day, I highly recommend the Contemporary Romance genre. I wasn’t much of a reader in high school, but after receiving a Kindle as a gift, my world completely changed.

Now, you’ll often find my nose buried in a book, or typing away on my computer as I create complex and exciting characters that keep readers on the edge of their seats.

I’m currently living in the breathtakingly beautiful Colorado Springs, where there’s always a sunny day to be had and a hiking trail waiting to be explored. My home is filled with love from my partner and our five furry friends.

If you’d like to keep up with my latest writing projects and adventures, be sure to follow me on Facebook!

Editoral Review

Three Blind Dates by Meghan Quinn is a contemporary romance novel, first published on January 4, 2018. Quinn is a New York Times bestselling author, known for her witty and relatable romances.

Three Blind Dates is the first book in her Dating by Numbers series, which follows the romantic adventures of three best friends.

The novel centers around Noely Clark, a successful television producer who is tired of the dating scene. She decides to try a new approach to finding love by signing up for a matchmaking service called Going in Blind.

The service matches her with three potential suitors, each with their own unique personalities and quirks. Noely goes on three blind dates, each with a different man, hoping to find the perfect match.

The book is set in modern-day Boston, with the city serving as a backdrop for Noely’s romantic escapades. The main conflict in the novel revolves around Noely’s struggle to find love and decide which of the three men is the best fit for her.

Throughout the book, Noely’s relationships with each man develop, and she must navigate the ups and downs of dating in the modern world.

Quinn’s writing style is light, humorous, and easy to read, which makes Three Blind Dates a perfect choice for a fun beach read or a cozy night in. The book is a lighthearted take on modern dating, with relatable characters and witty dialogue.

However, the novel is not without its flaws.

One of the weaknesses of the book is its lack of depth. The characters are well-written and likable, but their development is limited.

The plot is also predictable, which may not appeal to readers who are looking for a more complex story. Additionally, the book relies heavily on romantic tropes and cliches, which may feel overused to some readers.

Despite its limitations, Three Blind Dates is an enjoyable and entertaining read. Fans of contemporary romance will appreciate Quinn’s humor and wit, and the book’s relatability.

The novel’s themes of self-discovery and the search for love will resonate with many readers.

Overall, Three Blind Dates is a fun and engaging read that will appeal to fans of modern romance. While it may not be a groundbreaking work of literature, it is an enjoyable way to escape into a world of romance and humor.

I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a lighthearted and fun read.