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Click Date Repeat by [K. J. Farnham]
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These days, finding love online is as commonplace as ordering that coveted sweater. But back in 2003, the whole concept of internet dating was still quite new, with a stigma attached to it that meant those who were willing to test the waters faced a fair amount of skepticism from friends and family.

Such is the case for Chloe Thompson, a restless 20-something tired of the typical dating scene and curious about what she might find inside her parents’ computer. With two serious but failed relationships behind her, Chloe isn’t even entirely sure what she’s looking for. She just knows that whatever it is, she wants to find it.

Chloe’s foray into online dating involves a head-first dive into a world of matches, ice breakers and the occasional offer of dick pics, all while Chloe strives to shake herself of the ex who just refuses to disappear. Will she simultaneously find herself and “the one” online, or will the ever-growing pile of humorous and downright disastrous dates only prove her friends and family right? There’s only one way to find out…

Click. Date. Repeat.

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By Angie on 10 December 2015
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I just loved the easy style of this author. Click. Date Repeat is a humorous look at online dating and the story -even though based in the past- is very much relevant today, maybe, even more so. This was an entertaining read full of quirky observations and some introspection. The characters were lively and fun and really fleshed out. Overall this was a fun chick lit story that was well written, fast paced and entertaining.
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3.0 out of 5 stars back in the day when online dating was new 27 May 2016
By E L-G - Published on
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This is set very specifically in the early 2000s when online dating was just starting to become mainstream. The taboo against meeting people online is a lot stronger in this book than it is now. This isn't a "romance" in sense that this is a story of Chloe finding her "prince", but it is a tale of a young woman trying. Instead of a romance, it is more of a study of how a modern gal can have so many tools at her disposal, be willing to meet lots of guys (it isn't actually clear if she is trying to find love, or just wants to meet a lot of guys), be willing to try really hard, and still not find love.

What Farnham does well is get the reader invested in each of the guys she meets. This novel is almost the "coming of age" of a woman in her mid 20s transitioning into full adulthood: we see how Chloe lets her mother, friends, and old boyfriends make decisions for her ... but she doesn't really have that moment of taking back her life and her choices. Chloe is a serial dater who does eventually realize her psychology behind jumping into serious relationships, but not sticking to them, but she doesn't have a "I'm happy on my own" moment either. Farnham does set the reader to think this is a certain kind of story, but it doesn't fall into classic romance novel models.

Bonus points for a main character who is a person of color.
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4.0 out of 5 stars And she didn't disappoint me! I found Chloe's search for love online ... 31 March 2016
By Tess Woods - Published on
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KJ Farnham's writing style is effortlessly engaging. She has a unique way of drawing readers in with her simple honest words. This is the second book by Farnham that I've read and this is worth mentioning as I have a reading list as long as my arm and am trying to read as many new authors as I can, but bypassed many unread authors to go back for more of this one. Farnham is only the second author in the last two years who I've read more than one book from. And she didn't disappoint me! I found Chloe's search for love online real, raw and poignant. This is no fluffy chick-lit novel despite the cutesy cover and the laughs to be had between the pages. Farnham's emotional depth in this story will hit home for many people who have struggled with their search for the right partner, who have struggled with opinionated or overbearing parents, who have struggled with friends who aren't always reliable and who have struggled to maintain self-esteem in the face of stupid mistakes they made and without the validation of a partner to rely on. Chloe's journey of self-discovery and acceptance warmed my heart as did the ending to this lovely, heartfelt story.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A funny coming-of-age via online dating 31 May 2016
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As a novel this book struck me as a little oddly paced – if it were intended as a romance, I'd say the ending wraps up way too abruptly – but since it says it's based on the author's own online dating adventures, I read it as fictionalized comic coming-of-age memoir and enjoyed it a great deal. The main character, Chloe, has a painful but entertaining (for us!) growth experience as she dates various men she's met through an online dating service. Her misadventures with both lovely and obnoxious guys (as well as friends and family and epic amounts of alcohol) are rich in funny and sometimes horrifying detail (gotta love the jerks). I enjoyed Chloe's exasperation as well as her unsparing honesty about her own foibles and self-revelations. There was a certain voyeuristic pleasure in watching someone else's love life unfold here, as well as a picture of what it's like to be young and dating in a digital age that is already seeming a bit quaint at this point (no Tinder or Snapchat here). If it's not already too far out of date, I would think that anyone contemplating online dating would also find it instructive about the pitfalls and potential upside of that. I'd never considered it before, but as I read I'll confess that I found myself wondering about the possibilities! Disclaimer: The author is a fellow author in Awesome Indies and an online friend.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely great book!! 7 October 2014
By Dee - Published on
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I loved this book. Without giving away any spoilers, Click, Date, Repeat was very well written and a great little gem of a book about a 20-something girl's on-line dating experience. I felt as though I was right beside Chloe in her search for love and I hated for the book to end. The descriptions of Chloe's mom were so funny!! BTW, for the nitpickers (like me), if there were any grammar issues or misspellings they were minor, because I don't remember any.

This was my first book by K Farnham and I didn't find any other books by her, so perhaps this was her first. Bravo!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Profiles and Facts Don't Always Add Up in Person but This Book Adds Up to a Whole lot of Fun 8 October 2014
By Rachel Barnard - Published on
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Chloe is your average 25-year old. She hangs out with her friends, she goes to bars, she spends holidays with her families. On the urging of a friend she tries out online dating and almost every possible combination of hilarious encounters with questionable profiles ensues.

Click Date Repeat is one of those delightfully fun novels that is so relatable in today's dating world. The story may be set in 2003, at the early stages of online dating, but almost every single detail and horrifying dating story is still applicable today. This book is everything you wanted and didn't want to know about online dating. Farnham shows both the darker side of online dating as well as the hilarity of the situations that can and do arise from meeting potential partners online.

Chloe is a relatable character that any dating twenty-something will root for. She makes mistakes and poor decisions, but she maintains an unquenchable positivity in her experiences. "After a first-date kiss, guilt usually causes me to feel the need to continue seeing someone, regardless of any red flags. I get in too deep, too fast, often because of that physical intimacy." (Page 59). Chloe is a loveable character, hopeful and able to see the good in people, giving them the benefit of the doubt to a fault because not everyone she meets is as well-intentioned as she is. But she is not without her own personality quirks and emotional baggage, which is the very reason you want her to succeed. She is like any person in the dating scene, vulnerable to the clutches of those who might have ulterior motives or those who lie about who they are to get what they want.

Not only did I relate to the main character, but also to the experiences she had with her first (second and third) dates. Who hasn't had a bad first date at Applebee's? Who hasn't tried to assess the intelligence of a potential partner with the game of Scrabble, only to find the person didn't how to do simple arithmetic to add up the tiles? This book is like the quintessential online dating experience all wrapped up in a nice little package so that you can read about Chloe's mistakes and potentially avoid making them yourself. The author also packages the novel with a great writing style, some well-worded phrases and well-laid out descriptions of all the characters. I was not at all confused between the myriad of dating prospects and Chloe's friends because Farnham is able to give me short to-the-point unique descriptors. My favorite was: "Drew’s smile is contagious. He’s an eye-smiler: The type of person who isn’t capable of faking a smile. He also oozes emotion through his facial expressions." (Page 54).

I absolutely love the author's title, and her cover is spot on. The very first page contains the stats of the main character, an interesting choice, but perfectly placed considering the material of the book itself.

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