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The Boyfriend Blog by K.L. Grayson (Book Review)

⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4 Stars)

What a sweet sweet book.
Lizzie has been on a series of disastrous dates. Finding Mr. Right is looking like an impossible task and she decided to create The Boyfriend Blog, a place where she can share her escapades online. However, every time a date goes terribly wrong she can rely on Aiden, her swoony best friend who is always there to pick up the pieces. Lizzie and Aiden do almost everything together and share an amazing bond, but however, Lizzie is very scared to give him a chance and move from the Friend Zone to something more serious.

This book is a delight. I loved the cast of characters and their quirky personality. I just didn’t really buy the conflict at the end, but besides that, this was a very sweet and heartwarming book that I definitely recommend.

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The Boyfriend Blog August 29, 2015 

Boyfriend wanted: Loyal and funny. Wait…I just described a dog. I should buy a dog. 

For real, though, Loyal and funny, that’s easy enough, right? 

Do you ever ask yourself why dating in today’s society is so hard? Or where all the good guys are? Or what happened to dating before sex and *gasp* chivalry? 

I wish I had the answers to those questions for you, but I don’t. Unfortunately, I’m scratching my head and wondering the same things you are, which is how I ended up here in the first place. 

I never thought I’d be a blogger—especially one who writes about men and dating—and really, I’m not; I’m just a twenty-something girl who got her heart broken for the first time and, while drowning myself in a pint of cookie dough ice cream, thought to myself: Self, how many other girls out there are doing this exact thing? How many of us are loading up on carbs and sugar while mentally berating humans of the penis-wielding variety? 

I know I can’t be the only one. 

After proposing that same question to my sister, she suggested that I blog about it. 

So, whether you’re like me and are swallowing past the bitter first taste of a broken heart, or you’re on your tenth helping and somehow keep finding the courage to go back for more, this blog is for you. 

Let me start out by saying you are not alone. 

Louder for the sobbing girl in the back: YOU ARE NOT ALONE. 

Sit down, buckle up, and let’s enjoy this crazy ride of bad dating apps and even worse dates together. 

P.S. Men suck. And not in a good way. 


7 thoughts on “The Boyfriend Blog by K.L. Grayson (Book Review) Leave a comment

  1. I NEED to read this book – I feel like I could add a bit to it myself! Thanks for alerting me about it.


  2. This sounds like a fun blog:) I love the idea of a boyfriend blog – wish I thought of having one during my endless dates in my single dates, it would have been nice to rant somewhere. Now I’m curious about the conflict you didn’t buy:) great review


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