Mystery Date by Amber Nadine

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**I was contacted by the author give an honest review of this book!** Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars

Mystery Date by Amber Nadine is a two hundred page suspenseful romance that falls under Young Adult Fiction. This book focuses on the main character Rayn. She is an up and coming twenty-two-year-old editor running a company on her own. Rayn is facing a bit of a slump after her boyfriend of two years dumped her. She forces herself to work long hours and makes no time for friends, except to hang out with her best friend, Ollie. Ollie recommended she sign up for an online dating website to meet new guys. Rayn still has not gotten over her breakup with Adam a year later. Rayn signs up and stumbles on Adam’s profile. She still can’t believe he broke up with her; they were so in love. She comes up with a plan to win back Adam by setting up her profile name as Taylor and messaging Adam on the site. She plans on revealing herself to him later, in hopes of them getting back together. She has no idea what kind of trouble she has gotten herself into. Mystery Date is a thrilling, suspenseful novel that touches on the dangers of online dating. Be weary of what others put online and do not be quick to trust online dating sites.

This book has a lot of a lot of twists and turns towards the ending. There was a lot of surprise at the end that I liked. I liked how the author explained at the end of the novel why she chose to keep certain aspects in the book. I especially loved the plot twist but would have liked for a little more at the ending. I wanted to know more about the story of William and Rayn. I wanted to know how William knew that Rayn was in danger. I also wanted to know why Ollie did not want Rayn messaging William online. I loved how the author provided a bit of family drama relating Rayn and a background of Ollie. I cannot believe Ollie turned out the way he did at the end. I especially loved finding out about Jessica, Ollie’s “girlfriend.” I was on the edge of my seat for this part, holding my breath, and waiting to see what would happen. Be mindful; this book has its fill with romance and moments where you are on the edge of your seat.

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars based on personal preference and gaps in the story that I felt needed to replaced with more information. I like a little bit more information on characters and personally wanted to know about Williams connection to Ollie. The last two sentences were a great way to end the novel. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick, suspenseful romance that has a pretty exciting/thrilling plot twist.