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Gina Hall is done with men who won't commit. Ten years waiting for her ex to propose wasted her time. Never again. When her friend Kristen starts a game of Truth or Dare, she dares Gina to go on a date with Ethan, who's amazing and total marriage material. As Gina plans the going away party for office playboy Chris Bradley, she spontaneously initiates a game of Truth or Dare with him. When his turn comes around, he dares Gina to pose as his girlfriend to help get a flirty colleague off his back. Gina finds playing couple with Chris way too much fun. Even though Gina and Chris are pretending, their relationship begins to feel painfully real. Fearing she might be falling for another fly-by man, Gina must focus on Ethan so she doesn't make the same dating mistakes all over again.
©2013, 2014 Susan Hatler (P)2014 Susan Hatler
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By Betababe on 10-11-17

Like a Doris Day Movie

Look up "Romantic Comedy" in the dictionary and you will find "Susan Hatler." In this second iteration of her "Better Date than Never" series I was so focused on heroine Gina that I nearly overlooked the fact that the obsessive bride is Ellen from Book 1. What this means is the novel stands on its own extremely well and its own story arc nestles neatly within the larger world in which it is set.

Narrator Martha Lee [AUDIO] again lends her talents to this delightful exploration of the mating dance, handling male and female vocalizations equally adeptly. Doris Day with Rock Hudson and Cary Grant?

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By cleosmom on 02-12-16

another fantastic story

What did you love best about Truth or Date?

The thing I loved best, but there were many, was the first few paragraphs when Gina, the heroine, when she was trying on a bridesmaid dress and because she had overeaten because of a bad breakup, she needed a size 10 dress and she thought "good, just think of all the cookies I can eat".

What other book might you compare Truth or Date to and why?

I would compare it to any book in Jill Shalvis' Lucky Harbor series, because both are well-written, funny and entertaining to the reader and listener.

Have you listened to any of Martha Lee’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, and her tone of voice and cadence is well done.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

from the series Better Date Than Never, comes another humorous look at a group of friends who love the old game Truth or Dare.

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