September 01, 2018

#BookReview of Dating Disasters of Emma Nash by Chloe Seager


Dating Disasters of Emma Nash
Reviewed By: Rachael
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Recommended Age: Young Adult
Genre: Contemporary, Romance
About the Book: Don’t miss the laugh-out-loud novel of the year!

Online, you can choose who you want to be. If only real life were so easy…


Emma Nash may be down, but after months of wallowing, stalking her ex online and avoiding showering—because, really, who’s going to care?—Emma’s ready to own her newly single status, get out with her friends and chronicle her dating adventures on her private blog.

But life online doesn’t always run smoothly. Stumbling upon her mother’s Tinder dating profile, getting catfished and accidentally telling the entire world why her ex-boyfriend Leon’s not worth any girl’s…um…time… Okay, those were disasters.

But surely nothing else can go wrong?

Filled with fun, flirty encounters and heartwarming friendships, Dating Disasters of Emma Nash will shock and delight scores of readers looking for something fresh.






About the Author: 
Chloe Seager grew up in East London with her Mum and much-loved cat, Katie. She studied English Literature and Drama at the University of East Anglia, where she sadly realised she couldn't act, but did rediscover her love of children's books. Children's Literature was one of her favourite modules, and it made her wonder why grown-ups ever stopped reading them. She now works with them full-time as a YA/Children's literary agent at Diane Banks Associates, and lives back in East London with her boyfriend and pet fish. EDITING EMMA is her first novel.


Do I Recommend this book? Nope

Notes and Opinions: Not a fan of this one at all. I had to force myself through this book. I didn’t like the format. Emma was supposed to be 16 but she came across as really childish.  The supporting characters were very boring and under-developed. In every few lines Emma just does something stupid and it's embarrassing. Also, there was alot of TMI going on. it's open about sexuality and stuff, which is nice but the plot and story itself were boring. Absolutely terrible ending. 
 









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