There's An App For Love Review

Can you ever find real love in a virtual world? 

Liam Connor, the world’s most famous *** guru, is asked to write a book on Flame, a dating app that’s a lot like Tinder. Liam’s surprised at his publisher’s request. He knows a lot about ***. But he’s been a failure at both love and marriage. Certain he’ll never find true love, he signs up for Flame, only to see his world turned upside down… 

Liz Andrews is a curvy, beautiful and intelligent technology executive, who’s moving to Singapore to head up sales for all of Asia. She’s not even thinking of dating -- until her friend convinces her to have one last fling in New York…through Flame. 

Sparks fly as soon as Liz and Liam meet and their passion knows no boundaries. Liam realizes that Liz is the true love he has been waiting for all his life. But Liz is hurting from a prior relationship. She needs time to build trust. But with only three days before she leaves New York, is there enough time for both of them? 

As Liam and Liz find out, going from “Like” to “Love” is more than just hard…it’s nearly impossible.


It seems like I have read a lot of books with the name Liam in them lately, it must have hit a popularity spike.  The first thing I have to say, sort of as a side note, is that I know very little about dating types apps.  I actually had them explained to me one night by my fiance while we were out on one of our meanders of the city.  Given how long we have been together it was quite the INTERESTING conversation.

Anyway, back to the book, it was an interesting concept which made for an engaging read.  Not really my sort of thing as I but I did enjoy it.  I guess the times are changing and books need to be written about what is going on in society.  This does achieve that purpose.

I recommend it. :)

You can find a copy of There's An App For Love on Amazon.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, as always all opinions are my own.


  1. Definitely sounds interesting!

  2. OMG this sounds awesome. I hate reading reviews because as a kids' author, I get to read about four grown-up books a year, so it's rare that I can even read the books being reviewed. But this is one I might make one of my four!


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