Review: The Boyfriend Project
Series: The Boyfriend Project #1
Published by Forever on June 9, 2020
In The Boyfriend Project, Thanks to social media, three women discover they’ve been dating the same lowlife guy. While one woman is livetweeting her terrible date with him, the other two go to confront him and his cheating ways. Strangers capture the shero moment and the video goes viral. And the women trade the cheating guy for a new friendship.
The three agree to swear off men for at least six months. They decide to focus on themselves, their careers and their budding friendship.
That’s right when Samiah, a super-smart tech whiz, notices how gorgeous Daniel, her new coworker, is. She’s drawn to him but what about the pact? Even if she breaks the pact, does she have time for a new relationship, her intense career and the new app she’s creating as a side project? Daniel seems too good to be true – is he?
My thoughts about The Boyfriend Project
I appreciated that Rochon didn’t focus solely on the romance. Watching three strong and smart women support and encourage each other was fantastic and I’m here for it! So glad that her friends, Taylor and London will have their own books in the future.
This is the first book by Farrah Rochon that I’ve read but it certainly won’t be the last! It was fast-paced, sparkling and hot – the perfect combination.
If you’re looking for a contemporary romance, with strong women, humor and diverse characters, try The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai. Read my review of Girl Gone Viral, the second book in the series.
Or give Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert a go.
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Thanks to NetGalley and Forever Publishers for the DRC.