Romantic fiction, online dating, flavours of flirtation for long winter nights!
Forty-something scientist Helen leaves her husband after twenty uninspired years of marriage. Plagued with making the wrong decisions she looks towards holistic therapy and the universe to guide her choices. She meets hairdresser Alex and takes his advice to download the dating app SPRK.
Helen embarks on a voyage of self-discovery, paganism, hedonism and desire. What could go wrong? Well for one secret agent CJ is convinced that Helen is part of a notorious Romanian smuggling gang.
Six Tinder weeks is not the usual romantic novel; it is realistic fiction full of twists, turns that will make you laugh out loud. If you like something different, then you will enjoy this Pandora’s box of love, action and the unexpected.
The first book review
What do you do when your miserable marriage of twenty years comes to an end? Follow Helen’s hairdresser’s advice! Six Tinder Weeks is a roller coaster of fun exploring the adventures of an open-minded, newly separated woman and her jump into the world of online men and hooking up. This fast-paced novel is full of well-developed characters that revolve around Helen and her search for what happens when it’s time to jumpstart a new chapter in her life. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for fun, laughter, and great sex!
Beth Sorensen, author of Crush at Thomas Hall and Divorcing a Dead Man
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˃˃˃ Interview with the author
Q: Why Six Tinder Weeks?
A: Six, because the story is about six weeks in the life of Helen. Tinder because it is a wordplay on the translation of the word tender in German and the expat theme is quite prominent in the book. There is a dating application called Tinder, but this book is about SPRK a fictitious dating application.
Q: How did you research the book?
A: I downloaded every popular dating app to my phone and then just went for it! I asked questions and flirted and acted like the leading character Helen, in the book.
Q: Are the messages in the book real?
A: Yes and no. I have edited names and a lot of the content to make it 100% fictitious. But I did write messages and get some very colourful responses.
Q: So are the characters real?
A: No. I hope they sound real and have strong personalities. But they are not based on people in real life.
˃˃˃ Six Tinder Week Categories:
– romance suspense
– romantic comedy
– online dating
– Frankfurt, Darmstadt and Seeheim-Jugenheim
– I love Sidney Sheldon and Marian Keyes, and if you do, then I hope you like my book!
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