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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

The Dating Tutor: Sasha's Story by Melissa Frost

About Melissa Frost

Melissa Frost grew up loving young adult novels and continues to immerse herself in the current authors on the market. In the fifth grade, she won a writing competition to work with children’s author Colleen O'Shaughnessy Mckenna, and it inspired her to write stories of her own. She never looked back.

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Review by Anniek

Sasha has been single ever since she broke up with her boyfriend Derek. She has been burned with love and is not willing to try it again anytime soon. When her cousin Alec blackmails her into a non-date with Matt she is up for the challenge.

Matt has a reputation of being a womanizer. He has never been in a serious relationship and has the idea that every woman is the same. Sasha has promised Alec that she will show Matt differently. It is up to her to teach him how to become friends with a woman without always expecting that more will happen.

Spending time together teaches them both different things. Maybe Sasha is ready to trust again and maybe going out of the friend zone isn't always a bad idea. Will Matt be ready to leave his bachelor days behind and go for his perfect match?

This book is a perfect romance story about love and finding it right around the corner. I read it in one sitting and smiled throughout the whole story. Some of the situations are hilarious and I really liked the way Melissa Frost builds up the story.

If you have some spare time and are looking for an easy read that will fill your heart with love, then this is the perfect book for you.


  1. What process did you go through to get this book published?

  2. Are there some real events in this book ?

  3. This sounds like it could be a fun romance story! Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. I like stories where the girl teaches the guy a lesson!

  5. J I really like the sound of this book. Who doesn't like a good romance