Alphabet Dating

Alphabet Dating Serena s friends have a plan to get her dating again dates in a month one for every letter in the alphabet What could possibly go wrong When Serena Sanders reluctantly agrees to participate in the

  • Title: Alphabet Dating
  • Author: Monique McDonell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Serena s friends have a plan to get her dating again 26 dates in a month one for every letter in the alphabet What could possibly go wrong When Serena Sanders reluctantly agrees to participate in the Alphabet Dating Plan she knows it will be tough but there s so much she hadn t factored in Who knew men were so complicated Not Serena.As she begins dating her way throSerena s friends have a plan to get her dating again 26 dates in a month one for every letter in the alphabet What could possibly go wrong When Serena Sanders reluctantly agrees to participate in the Alphabet Dating Plan she knows it will be tough but there s so much she hadn t factored in Who knew men were so complicated Not Serena.As she begins dating her way through the alphabet she starts to learn about herself and her friends than she ever expected as secrets and hidden agendas are revealed Alphabet Dating is a love story a tale of lost love, unrequited love, platonic love and ultimately it s about learning to love again.

    • Alphabet Dating By Monique McDonell
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      Published :2019-01-14T15:39:28+00:00

    About " Monique McDonell "

  • Monique McDonell

    I am an author of fun, flirty fiction that always has a happy ending I write contemporary women s fiction including chick lit and romantic comedies I have released over fifteen novels including the Upper Crust and the Jewel Sisters series.I am also an avid reader, coffee drinker and wine lover.

  • 592 Comments

  • Cute fun read. It did have some editing mistakes but they were easy to overlook. Would have liked a little bit more of an ending.


  • This story is about a group of friends who set up blind dates for their last single friend. The story is a fun quick read. We follow Serena thru the process of these dates all the way up to M. Some dates were disastrous, some so perfect, some middle of the road.It was a treat reading about her healing development thru her struggles of 'the accident' and the answer machine break up. It told just enough of the past to give history, but also allowed room for growth. I was happy when Harvey realized [...]


  • I really wanted to give this a 4 but there are a few things holding me back. One, the ending. I am not going to spoil it but the ending was very abrupt in my opinion. Two, some of the editing. When a reader catches an author making mistakes with who that person is in a relationship with (ie the sister and her fiancee's name or a friend and her boyfriend's name) it gets a little frustrating. Although while I could get over those she made a rather large mistake with identifying who Serena had gone [...]


  • It was a cute idea. 26 letters of the alphabet, 26 dates. The dates were cute to. Some were horrid but it was all part of the story. Too bad she got halfway through the book and decided she was done. My problems with the story were: 1) we know from page 1 she is meant to be with Harvey. 2)she cuts the book off. There is not closure with Harvey (did they really get together?); her sister (comes out her sister slept with her boyfriend twice and he was telling Serena when he crashed into a tree. It [...]


  • Alphabet Dating is definitely a fun, heartfelt story. The characters are likeable and diverse, the story is well-developed, and the author has a unique and charming "voice." The blind dates are wacky, the love story sweet, and the hero and heroine have great chemistry. The main struggle with this book is the punctuation, grammar, and overall copyediting. I'm pretty tolerant as far as typographical errors go; I know how hard it is to get a clean edit, but this book is full of errors that detract [...]


  • This is another book where the summary is interesting but the writing falls flat. Serena is struggling to move on after a tragic accident when her group of friends and twin sister come up with a brilliant idea to try Alphabet Dating, which consists of dating 26 men in a month all picked by her friends. It was evident from the beginning how the story was going to end which can be a little frustrating as a reader because it takes away the element of surprise. The grammar errors and the inconsisten [...]


  • This novel has an interesting premise. Although it's a bit predictable, I really got sucked into the story and couldn't put it down. For some reason, I couldn't picture Harvey the way he was described. For me, he was more like Zach Galifianakis. He had to grow on me; he was described as being too perfect. I need him to be somewhat flawed. Also, this novel would have been a favorite, but it needs quite a bit of editing. At times, the author confused the names of characters; her editor should have [...]


  • I feel like this book had a lot of potential but fell flat. There was a fair of amount of grammatical errors that made some sentences unreadable. Some of the dialogue wasn't realistic. In every conversation the date or Serena would repeat the others name almost every time they spoke. People don't consistently say each others name through out a conversation. Some things about the family also wasn't very clear. Overall it was an okay book but I wouldn't read it again.


  • Not sure how to review this. . I was enjoying the story and then it got complicated (even boring for a short period) like two stories were blended together maybe. Also there was lots of places names where mixed up. Like Lenny was replaced with Leon. And Doug was replaced with Nate. And lots of incorrect wording in other places. Being dyslexic this was hard to follow. Hard I not enjoyed the characters and the main story line so much I would not have struggled threw it.


  • A fun quick chick lit read in a conversational tone.I enjoyed this story and felt like I was sitting down with the main character, having a cuppa while she told me what she'd been up to. I felt a little confused at times, trying to keep track of all the dates and their names. I'm glad my friends never tried to organise 26 dates for me!


  • loved this book, the only thing that really kept if from five stars was the Australian to American translation. We would never call each other 'gals' on a regular basis. I was calculating in my head: no, this American wouldn't say that; yes, this girl is Australian. I'll tell everyone to read it though! I'm a very big fan Monique!


  • It's a cute, good bookI enjoyed the concept of this book and the way the story came to life. A sad premise with good humor thrown in to make it good reading that leaves you feeling gladt sad.



  • Cute enough, but while predictable in many ways, the "backstory" was sort of out of nowhere and abrubt. Free on kindle!


  • Dating at its bestFun between friends and dating. Serena wasn't dating, so her friends hatched a plan. She never new her next suitor would be.




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