5-Star Review · Friends-to-Lovers Romance · Romance · Romantic Comedy

New Review: The Dating Experiment by Emma Hart! One of my favorite Romantic Comedies of the Year!!!



1.Get over my best friend’s brother.

2.Remember that I’m over him.

3.Prove I can date other people.

It should be easy.

It’s not.


Setting up a dating website with the guy I’ve been in love with since I was five wasn’t my smartest idea.

Especially since he’s my best friend’s brother—thankfully, she’s okay with the fact I’m pulling a Sandy and I’m hopelessly devoted to him.

Which is why it’s time to get over him.

So I do something crazy and ask Dominic Austin to find me a date. He does—if I find him one, too.

Since we own Stupid Cupid, it should be easy, right? And it is.

My date is perfect. His date is perfect. Everything is perfect.

Until he kisses me…


Three dates.

One kiss.

And a big-ass mess…



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The Dating Experiment is the reason why I just adore Emma Hart. It is a book that is the right combination of sweet, sexy, funny, and has great characters.

I was already laughing within the first few pages of the book. Chloe is hilarious. She is also smart, independent, and a woman I would love to have as my friend. She has a problem though. She has been in love with her best friend’s brother, Dom, ever since she can remember. She didn’t run from him, but she actually started a dating website with him. She has reached a point in which she realizes she needs to move on. As per usual, she and Dom are arguing and pretty much slinging insults  back and forth when she agrees to let him set her up on a date, but only if she sets him up on a date too. The stipulation is they have to make it through three dates…yeah, this isn’t going to be a disaster…especially when I realized Dom loves Chloe just as much as she loves him.

I couldn’t help but fall in love with both Chloe and Dom. As I wrote earlier, Chloe is smart and independent, with a little bit of a quirky streak, which I loved by the way. She can be quick tempered and especially with Dom who has a tendency to lose things which drives her bonkers, but she still loves him. She hides behind her disdain and snarky comments so he will never know how she feels.

Dom can have any woman he wants, but he wants Chloe. He tells himself he isn’t good enough for her which shows his vulnerable and insecure side which was kind of refreshing. He thinks she hates him, so he definitely isn’t going to lay his heart on the line for her to break. However, one kiss in the heat of an argument between the two will change things forever. They have both have to do some soul searching and completely rethink what they thought about the other before they can move forward either with each other or apart.

There really wasn’t too much angst or drama between them. Most of the fireworks was in their banter with one another with an explosive undercurrent of sexual tension brewing underneath the surface. It was mostly their journey of accepting one another and seeing each other in a completely different light. Hart’s humor is seen throughout the book, but there are some incredibly tender, sexy, and swoonworthy moments as well. As I finished the last page of this book, I found myself already anticipating her next book!!!!







By day, New York Times and USA Today bestselling New Adult author Emma Hart dons a cape and calls herself Super Mum to two beautiful little monsters. By night, she drops the cape, pours a glass of whatever she fancies—usually wine—and writes books.

Emma is working on Top Secret projects she will share with her followers and fans at every available opportunity. Naturally, all Top Secret projects involve a dashingly hot guy who likes to forget to wear a shirt, a sprinkling (or several) of hold-onto-your-panties hot scenes, and a whole lotta love.

She likes to be busy—unless busy involves doing the dishes, but that seems to be when all the ideas come to life.