I, personally, am not a fan of romance books, but I thought to step out of my comfort zone this time; Usually, I'm into crime, mystery, and suspense. I feel like the story was an overall satisfactory one. However, I felt as though there were no plot twists or anything truly exciting, all parts of the plot were entirely predictable. On the bright side, I do think this book is good for someone who is looking for a light-hearted, steady, and medium length story. As far as the actual plot of the story goes, it is safe to say that it can be explained in just a few sentences, maybe even one. Essentially, Sophie, the protagonist, goes on a series of blind dates, all arranged by different family members, following a sudden heartbreak, of course. Once again, I appreciate this book for the effort put into it and how realistic it was, but I didn't find it to be specifically exciting in any way. I would not recommend this to a friend, mostly because there are books that are better, not because it's "bad".