Just over three years ago I read my first story from Susan Hatler. After that, I continued to read more or her work, but the first one stuck with me. It was short, simple, and a great, quick romance.
Recently, Hatler released a sequel/continuation to that story. Before I go out and read that one, I wanted to reread the first to get ready for what comes next. I did that today and I enjoyed the story just as much, if not more the second time around.
Instead of re-reviewing it, I decided to post my old review of the story. It reflects pretty much the same way I feel about the story today, and also it will give you a glimpse of where I was as a reviewer at the time since it was one of my early reviews. I hope I’ve shown improvement since then, tough.
Without further rambling, here’s my 3 year old review of Susan Hatler’s An Unexpected Date. (Stay tuned for a review once I read story two, and story three when it’s released.)
This short story was just what I needed to rewind from the day. It’s lighthearted just like I enjoy when I read a romance like this one. The main character can be anyone who’s out there working her dream job, even if it doesn’t pay the bills, and enjoys it. Her spirit is great. This could be a good set up for a mini series of stories. I was left wanting to read more, but in a good way. It was complete in itself, while at the same time leaving it open to the imagination for what will happen next.
You can grab a copy of An Unexpected Date from:
And if you want to continue Holly’s story…
An Unexpected Kiss
An Unexpected Love
About the Author:
SUSAN HATLER is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, who writes humorous and emotional contemporary romance and young adult novels. Many of Susan’s books have been translated into German, Spanish, and Italian. A natural optimist, she believes life is amazing, people are fascinating, and imagination is endless. She loves spending time with her characters and hopes you do, too.