Love and Other Human Errors – Bethany Clift
Everything about this story was perfect. I rooted for Indiana from day one. When the book ended, I had that wonderful sense of having been to a different place and thoroughly enjoyed myself. I can’t say anything more than this without giving it away, just read it!
From the back:
The convention of a book synopsis is fundamentally ridiculous. How can I adequately convey in 150 words the complexity and bewilderment of the past ten months and the effect those events have had on my perfectly regulated life?
One would need much longer to record in detail how I was blackmailed into demonstrating the efficacy of my own soulmate program and forced to participate in a series of dates. How my world has been forever altered as a consequence.
Prior to this I was driven and focused, consumed with completing my own projects, destined to change the world with my work. A woman with one goal. I had no family, no friends and no need for frivolous human connection. My life was structured and solitary.
I am that person no longer.
My name is Indiana Dylan and this is the story of how I fell in love.