BSD (Blindsided date) sets Mark and Emma up on a blind date, fully knowing that neither of them expects each other to be so different from their typical type. Mark is much younger than Emma, and that is the first thing he notices alongside a few other instant observations when they meet for the first time.
The company matches people not by their similarities but by their differences; however, there is another agenda at play. Plot twists, changes, unpredictable twists, and turns are just a few intriguing parts of the book.
The characters were definitely at odds with each other, yet there appeared to be bouncing off one another in a synchronized manner. I believe the author had thought through every angle of the story creating a very dynamic and thought-provoking storytelling experience.
The literature was unique to its nature and genre. The work was fictional but was believable and enjoyable to read. The author has potential in producing similar style storylines. I was not that impressed with the cover of the book; however, in this incident, don’t judge the book by its cover.
I recommend this book to fictional fans and people who like to be amused.
Written by Jeyran Main