Book Review (Arc): Statistic by Dawn Robertson

Published July 26, 2014
Published July 26, 2014

After a divorce she thought she would never have, Aurora Alexander is ready to get back into the swing of things.

But after having bad luck at blind dates, she takes up online dating. Unaware that it is not as safe as everyone says it is.

I like Dawn Robertson. But I didn’t like this book.

The entire book from beginning to end felt incomplete. Aurora didn’t want a relationship but then felt some type of way when she was approached for sex. Granted there was a way to do it but something was just off about what Aurora wanted.

I felt the book was rushed.  Not Aurora but the book itself. Because it felt rushed, I don’t think Aurora was developed nor her relationship that she ultimately formed. I wanted to like Aurora because I loved the realistic point of view in this story.

Online dating can be fun, scary and unsafe all at the same time; so I really appreciated the fact that Ms. Dawn decided to highlight this. But I do feel that it was a cliche book.

Overall, 2 Pickles.


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