Review: Ghosting: A Love Story – Tash Skilton

Posted May 14, 2020 by Andi in Books, Review / 0 Comments

Review: Ghosting: A Love Story – Tash SkiltonGhosting: A Love Story by Tash Skilton, Sarah Skilton, Sarvenaz Tash
Published by Kensington Publishing Corporation
Published: May 26, 2020
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Online Dating Ghostwriting Rules to Live by

Dumped by his fiancée, not only is Miles couch-surfing across New York City, but downsizing has forced him to set up shop at a café. Also, he no longer believes in love. Not a good look in his line of work . . .

Do not present a "perfect" image. No one will trust it. Nor should they.

Zoey's eccentric L.A. boss sent her packing to New York to "grow." But beneath her chill Cali demeanor, Zoey's terrified to venture beyond the café across the street . . .

Think of your quirks--such as cosplaying B-movies from the 1980s--as a "Future Honesty." Save these as a reward only for those who prove worthy.

The only thing Miles and Zoey share is their daily battle for Café Crudité's last day-old biscotti. They don't know they're both ghostwriting "authentic" client profiles for rival online dating services. Nope, they have absolutely nothing in common. . . . Until they meet anonymously online, texting on the clock . . .

Never remind the client you're their Cyrano. Once you've attracted a good match, let the client take over ASAP.

Soon, with their clients headed for dating disaster, both Miles and Zoey's jobs are at stake. And once they find out their lines have crossed, will their love connection be the real thing--or vanish into the ether?. . .

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

I have been a fan of Sarvenaz Tash since I read her debut, Three Day Summer. She writes these amazing YA books that I just love. So when I heard she was writing an adult romance with Sarah Skilton I was really excited. I had never read anything but Sarah but with Sarvenaz on board I was sold. And I can report that Ghosting: A Love Story was just as great as I expected.

Ghosting is the story of Miles and Zoey, two singles living in New York working for competing companies as dating profile ghost writers. When the two of them have a chance meeting at a coffee shop an instant rivalry is born. Soon Zoe and Miles are competing for the best table in the coffee shop and the free biscotti at the counter. What they don’t know is they are both currently ghost writing the profiles of a dating couple.  As they get to know each other better in real life and online they start to realize they are more than enemies, that there is spark between them.  They are typically supposed to set a spark between online matches and move on, but it isn’t so easy when you find that spark yourself. But is it worth it?

What I loved about Ghosting was the humor. Miles and Zoe had such great banter and chemistry. I was laughing at the two of them almost immediately and didn’t stop through the whole book. Miles and Zoey had such fun voices and I was completely wrapped up in their story. But underneath all of that there was also a more serious story about confronting your fears and starting over. Both Zoey and Daniel were trying to figure out their new normal in the life they found themselves living even if it was hard and scary. Also I’m a sucker for hate to love and the mystery partner kind of stories so I was a gonner from the beginning.

Ghosting is a book that is seamlessly written by two authors that will have you enthralled from the beginning to the end. You will fall in love with the characters and the love of New York you will find in the pages. There is so much I loved about this book but I don’t want to say too much but sometimes it is just fun to jump in head first and enjoy the ride. Make sure this one gets added to your TBR.

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