Love In All the Wrong Places by Audrey Hart

Love In All The Wrong Places 2-2


Annie Chang is in her mid 20s and has lived in Los Angeles all her life.  After a series of failed relationships, she’s beginning to feel like she will never meet Mr. Right.  But seeing one of her longtime BFFs find love on the internet, she decides to give online dating a try. 

After finally finding an amazing guy who sweeps her off her feet, will he prove to be everything she could have wished for and more or is he too good to be true?

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Rosie’s 3 star Thoughts~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Love in All the Wrong Places is a lighthearted read that will have you laughing, shaking your head at the characters, and perhaps relating to the ups and downs of dating. This is a story about a  twenty-something woman looking to find someone to love and be loved by.

Annie Chang is NOT the girl to ask for dating advice!!!!!  I wanted to yell “Annie don’t do it!”,  So many times while I was reading.  She makes some really bad choices in her quest for love.  She is a sweet fun loving girl, but has a tendency to trust too easily.  Your heart goes out to her because you just want her to find what she is looking for and be happy. Everyone deserves a chance at love, right?  I was laughing so hard when I was reading her Craigslist ads, and the ads she was reading.  SO funny, I couldn’t even believe that people placed ads like that!  Yes I did my research *ahem* and  people really do place ads like that on Craiglist.  Some even have pictures! *.*   I know you will be checking for yourself as soon as you are done reading my review ;)  .

I enjoyed the email banter in the story. You feel like you are really there in front of the computer with Annie.  Your heart will soar when she starts to fall head over heels.  Then you feel her disappointment when things don’t go her way.    I was wishing the story kept going.  I know there is more to come, and I have an idea of what the author has in store for Annie.  I look forward to the continuation of the story and the rollercoaster ride that I can see on the horizon.