Rewriting His Love Life

Rewriting His Love Life Archer is tired of being the boy next door who gets dumped by his girlfriend and has an embarrassing crush on his boss But when he researches the possibility of using a dating site while at work he g

  • Title: Rewriting His Love Life
  • Author: D.J. Jamison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Archer is tired of being the boy next door who gets dumped by his girlfriend and has an embarrassing crush on his boss But when he researches the possibility of using a dating site while at work, he gets busted by his night editor the very crush he s trying to move past Not only does night editor Jorge Ortiz love the idea of Archer trying out a dating site, he lovesArcher is tired of being the boy next door who gets dumped by his girlfriend and has an embarrassing crush on his boss But when he researches the possibility of using a dating site while at work, he gets busted by his night editor the very crush he s trying to move past Not only does night editor Jorge Ortiz love the idea of Archer trying out a dating site, he loves the idea of him writing about it for the paper even Despite his uneasiness, Archer agrees because he s than ready to meet his next love connection, girl or guy.Tyler is finally moving on after years spent trying to be a good husband When a day of moving hell leads to a midnight meeting with his cute, geeky neighbor, Tyler thinks it s a stroke of good luck The two fall into a quick friendship, and Tyler can t help wishing for But Archer s uneasy about dating too close to home, and you can t get much closer to home than the same building Can Tyler break down his barriers, or will Archer always hold him at arm s length

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    1. Sorry, but I didn't like this one as much as the other two. Archer and Tyler weren't even together for most of this book. I didn't find Archer's dates funny in the least and I thought Jorge and the rest of the staff were rude to Archer. Jorge knew Archer was uncomfortable but still made go. I was looking forward to Archer's story and this wasn't what I was expecting. :(

    2. 4.25 starsBook three was my favorite of the series and showed the author’s talent and skill far better than the other stories.It actually utilized the setting of the newspaper and was overall a unique tale. It does have a rom-com type ending which I don’t normally enjoy but I did like it this time because of the characters, who I loved.Rewriting His Love Life stars Archer, an editor at the Sentinel. Archer, who is bisexual, has been nursing a crush on his co-worker, Jorge, despite the fact t [...]

    3. Book three and by far my favourite. This author is getting better and better. The book was funny, the characters interaction is great, the writing style flowed better than in the previous books. All in all this feels like a more mature, polished read (despite the niggly little errors that a good proof reader would sort out).

    4. I would have to say that so far each book has been better then the book before. This one was definitely been my favorite. I hope to see that each one after is even better. This book was well written with much better characters. I am looking forward to seeing if the next book at least is as great as this one.

    5. This book, the 3rd in the Ashe Sentinel Connections series by DJ Jamison, was so sweet. And cute. And adorable. A lighter read than the 2nd book, with less angst and more lightheartedness, it still succeeded in feeling like it fitright there with the other books. And the author brings in the previous characters in a perfect way.Archer has kind of kept a low profile throughout the book series, trying to get over a crush on his boss at the newspaper, who is now completely unattainable since findin [...]

    6. A true romantic comedy. Archer is unlucky at love. He has a new neighbor that is attractive, but he decides not to any longer to date where he works or where he lives. He thinks about trying an on-line dating site. Of course, the newsroom with no secrets finds out. His editor thinks writing a series about his dates from the different sites would be interesting. Archer is Bi so having both male and female dates would widen their audience. Meanwhile, back at the apartment building, there is Tyler [...]

    7. This is the second book in this series that I've read. It's nice that they don't have to be read in order but the overall feel of the setting is carried through each one. In this book, the main character is an editor at the paper, but he gets roped into writing articles about his attempts at dating through online services. Archer is a fun character, and he presents a fun challenge to the dating process (and the paper's readers) because he's bisexual. I quite liked the way the author handles this [...]

    8. This was a good read, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the first two. There were just too many side characters and other things vying for attention in this book. It felt like Archer and Tyler barely got any screen time together. I wish less time had been spent on setting up Sean as a future lead character and on reminding readers about the first two books. When Archer and Tyler were together, they were cute.

    9. Okay, this is funny. In the first book my complain was the lack of sex or in better words: the faded out scenesNow, in this book there wasn't ANY sexual intercourse and I loved it What does that say? I can only say that Archer and Tyler are so sweet together. :3 Damn, so cute, so sexy.Sometimes a book is 5 out of 5 stars worth even without sex and only hot kisses. :3 Or maybe it's the fact that Tyler is a bookstore owner and Archer sweet as hell. :3 Saccharin sweet :3

    10. This one was very fun! I enjoyed reading about all of Archers dates. Tyler was a great character very sweet. I do think they are both a thick though. The whole thinking each other were straight for most of the book was kind of lame. Overall it was a great story though.

    11. Okay - but a little flat. Again as with earlier books in then series I like the two main characters okay but there isn't much else there. Enjoyable quick read - I think I would have liked more time with just Tyler and Archer though.

    12. Disappointing. Archer and Tyler hardly got an page time together and didn't actually get together until the last paragraph.

    13. Easy readingAs per the other books in this series if you want a book that is not taxing and has a hea this is for you.

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