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It’s not like no one has ever written/read that trope before.
In fact, it’s one of my favourite tropes: the ‘dating’ of a friend to keep everyone else off your back about going on a date/stopping your friends from setting you up with losers. If I had to pinpoint why it didn’t work for me, I’d say the time Josh and Dani knew each other before they started ‘not dating’. The secret to the ‘not dating’ trope, I think, is that the participants have been friends, or near relatives as in Emma, for a long time. Despite all my grumbling, I will still recommend the book.
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Our heroine, Dani, has a plethora of friends and workmates who are used by the author effectively in light comical situations, meaning the book falls neatly into that sweet, easy to read chick-lit area. Dani devises a dating quiz for her single friend, Harriet… The plan is to set up Susie with any guy whose answers have a high enough percentage matching hers.