Title: Salty Flames
Author’s Name: Tamar Tremaine
Publisher: Spark Publications
Genre: Dating and Romance
Page Count: 160 Pages
Author or Book Website: N/A
Link to Amazon purchase page: Salty Flames: Tales of Modern Dating Fails: Tremaine, Tamar, Earnest, Alessandor, Publications, Spark: Amazon.com: Books
Link to Goodreads: Salty Flames by Tamar Tremaine | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: ARC
Summary of the Book:
ARE YOU FEELING ALONE IN THE LAND OF HAPPY COUPLES?
Afraid to download a dating app? Nervous to go on a first date? Curious what online dating is like? Upset that you’re never “the one?” Too many duds and not enough studs? You are far from alone…
TAMAR TREMAINE has gone on hundreds of first dates and chatted online with thousands of men over the last ten years. On a few occasions, she has even gone on as many as three dates in one day. (Not recommended.) According to Malcolm Gladwell, author of Outliers, it takes 10,000 hours and approximately ten years to become an expert. Tamar has easily spent 10,000 hours swiping, going on dates, and staring at her phone waiting for that cute guy to text her back. This book, however, is not “Tamar Tremaine: Expert in Online Dating.” This book is for you. Through a series of highly relatable short stories, Tamar reveals her crazy dating history. From in-person dating to online dating, to quarantine dating, Tamar inspires readers to keep trying, download that app, and go on that date. After all, there’s usually a good story in the end!
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I got a hardcover copy of this book from the author. I love the drawings that are in and the stories of the dates. The guys that she talks about some bad dates. The things that she labels the guys made me actually laugh out loud. The college story about the fake revolution is one of the best and than meeting him again years later. It was a lot of fun to read and take a stroll through the author’s dating experiences was more fun than I first thought it could be. I am glad I took the time read this book.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars