Quiz your date when you first get together for coffee or dinner and let the conversation flow from there.
The subplots make the reading even more engaging, because it's not JUST about finding dates, but rath In continuing with The Dating Games series, Blind Date is another good book!
The subplots make the reading even more engaging, because it's not JUST about finding dates, but rather because of trying to secure dates, everything else happens as a result.
In fact, there's a very real danger that this dating treat could turn out to be nothing but a nasty trick.
Teens will be delighted to spend more The girls of the Dating Games club are at it again, setting each other up on five blind dates for the upcoming masquerade ball.
This turns out both funny and at times a little sad.
One thing that jumps out at you while reading these books is the Christian background that the girls come from.I appreciated the non-Christian-friendliness that this book was. While it was okay to read this book without having read the previous one in the series, it will be better to have read the first one before this.Still, it is possible to read this as a standalone novel.Didnt particularly enjoy it, but didnt hate it either.I liked the strong female friendship that the girls have, and the fact that religion is never too heavily preached in this book.I am definitely going to suggest them to my 17 year old stepdaughter because they are a sweet and innocent look into the lives of teenagers…