On Tour with Unlucky in Love by A.J. Renee and Meet the Author

The way the synopsis goes, this should be a fun ride. And that cover, come on!

The story is Unlucky in Love by A.J. Renee, out last week in the Adult, Contemporary, Romance Genre.

Lucky in Love.
That’s the name of the dating app I picked, hoping to find Mr. Better Than Average so I can hold off planning my future as a cat lady.

I’ve been distracted eyeballing a tall, dark, and handsome Latin hottie who works in the library with me. He is way out of my league, and a woman has needs if you know what I mean.

Finding a man shouldn’t be hard when all I have to do is swipe left or right. It’ll weed out the slimy men who have Bad Date written all over them.

Yeah, I’m learning quickly that I’m rather unlucky in love after all. The men I pick need warning labels, kissing lessons, and a good talking-to about manners.

Should I throw in the towel, or will this series of bad dates be exactly what I need to win Mr. Right?

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Chatting with the Author

AJ Renee is the author behind the St. Fleur series, Beauty Unmasked, Winter’s Surprise, Surviving Paris, and Finding Love at the Falls…. She’s a military wife and mother to three young girls. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with her Master of Science in Criminal Justice and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology while working at the library.

She loves to write steamy romance with suspense and a happily ever after. When she isn’t writing or interacting with her readers, you can find her spending time with her family or reading. AJ enjoys traveling, researching family history, and all things New Orleans.

Given their success, and the number of people I know who meet up this way, I asked AJ if she thinks dating apps and websites are going to be the only way to date in the near future?

Humans are generally social creatures. We seek people with similar beliefs and interests. This can be achieved in a variety of ways.

So, no. I don’t believe dating apps and sites will be the only way to meet a partner in the future. Sure, I think once you’re toward the end of your college years it becomes harder to meet someone.

Extroverts who enjoy going to bars and clubs may find themselves surrounded by a variety of potential, but they’ll need to determine who is not only compatible but are looking for the same thing. Those who enter the single scene later in life may find themselves surrounded by a younger crowd. It’s less about the age you are and more about being at different stages in your lives. This will only lower your compatibility with that dating pool.

Now, I believe those who have hobbies and activities that get them out and socializing can enjoy the biggest dating pool outside of an app or sites help. Not only will they meet more people, but these are their people. If you enjoy the arts and go to photo galleries you will find someone with similar passions versus using a site who matches you with a lover of a different art medium.

Meeting someone at work, while a possibility, may be against company policy or cause plenty of problems if there is a bad break up. (This is one my husband learned before I came along.) So a dating app or site will be great for the workaholics who aren’t able to easily squeeze in socializing in other ways.

I know plenty of people who’ve found their forever loves this way. On the flip side, I know just as many who it hasn’t worked for and they feel even more jaded.

It doesn’t matter whether you find your love through an app or in person as long as you don’t give up on finding them.

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Giveaway: Tour-wide giveaway (US/CAN)

  • Signed Paperback of Unlucky in Love


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