November 2019 Book Club: 10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston

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The Book

10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston was released on October 1, 2019. 

Why did we pick this book?

This YA contemporary has been on our TBR and we did a Twitter poll to pick which book out of four recent releases we would read this month. 

What is the book about?

Sophie is looking forward to her parents leaving to visit her sister so she can have time to herself. She has it all planned. She can finally be alone with her boyfriend Griffin. But Griffin has other plans, ones that don’t include dating Sophie.

Heartbroken, she runs to her grandparent’s house for the holidays, where she is greeted by her loud extended family. Her nonna helps her move on by devising a plan: 10 blind dates set up by different family members. 

Her dates don’t go exactly how she planned, but one guy peaked her interest. Just when she thought she could move on, Griffin waltzes back into her life, begging for a second chance. Sophie has to decide whether to take a chance on her past romance or leap into the unknown with someone new. 

What other YA books has the author written? 

Elston wrote The Rules of Disappearing series, This is Our Story and The Lying Woods

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10 thoughts on “November 2019 Book Club: 10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston

  1. Omg! I think this is my type of read 😀 I read other reviews about this book and one person said that it should be turned into a movie. 🙂 I think I am going to give this one a try.

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