R rated dating
I enjoy any book about technology, especially one with capable women who can code.
The story also presents some moral dilemmas as the ethics of the app are questioned.
I get the whole point of the story is a dating app, but I unfortunately wasn’t really sold on any of the romances in the story.
Love, drama, and laughs ensue in this fun and quick read from Kiley Roache, perfect book for a single sitting. The characters have more freedom and independence and let the situations be more mature and dramatic.
Girls in STEM fields is always a plus as well - and the genuine and supportive friendship between Sara and Yaz was wonderful.
I thought it took me back to my college years easily and I could picture many of the events with clarity.
Although I could connect with the setting and plot, the characters fell flat for me. I also thought the app they came up with was extremely problematic, but the main issue I had was that the problems were not adequately addressed. To me, it was just OK, but there were a lot of positive and negative things about it.