That’s all Sarah has to find a date or earn the honor of being the last single girl in her inner circle. Actually, in all her circles. So with four weeks to find Mr. Right and a frienemy already counting her out, Sarah joins love hoping that – just like the perfect purse – the internet can help her find the perfect man.
The problem is, love isn’t always where you think you’ll find it and Mr. Right may not be the one with the shiniest profile.
This novella is 92 pages.
A light, fluffy read. Only found a couple typos. However, I am going to be that person who points out that crayon starter boxes contain eight colors, not five, and depending on who you ask a rainbow has six or seven colors, which is still not five, and the comparison of this whole plan to a box of crayons spotlights how Sarah’s objectifying these men, and got caught doing it because of the double-booking, despite how it’s presented. Also, even accounting for the 2012 publishing date, it seemed odd that Sarah checked out books from the library instead of looking up advice online. It also seemed odd that she’s emailing potential suitors instead of texting them, especially after she’d already phoned one. It was also odd that Malcolm referred to his child’s handheld as a “Gameboy” when the 3DS (2011) would’ve been the console at the time, DS (2004) if they’re a generation behind.35
I thought this book was so cute. I’m sad it had to end. It felt really short. Sort of predictable but in a good way.55
Absolutely loved sarah and John. So romantic how he showed up! Sorry it ended. Great characters!55
Oh, so believable quick read! First person thoughts and dialogue about real dating-life! At various times funny, twisted, delightful, sad, uplifting and lovely! Absolutely delightful!55
Loved it, not your usual romance but kept my attention throughout.55
I wish more people would write books like The Last Single Girl. It is Super. Writing at its best.55
Really great story. Kept reading without stopping. Really a feel good story. Want more.55