The Right Swipe
Books | Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
“The Right Swipe is everything you want in a Summer read: fun, clever, and so, so sexy.” — PopsugarAlisha Rai returns with a sizzling new novel, in which two rival dating app creators find themselves at odds in the boardroom but in sync in the bedroom.Rhiannon Hunter may have revolutionized romance in the digital world, but in real life she only swipes right on her career—and the occasional hookup. The cynical dating app creator controls her love life with a few key rules: - Nude pics are by invitation only - If someone stands you up, block them with extreme prejudice - Protect your heart Only there aren't any rules to govern her attraction to her newest match, former pro-football player Samson Lima. The sexy and seemingly sweet hunk woos her one magical night... and disappears. Rhi thought she'd buried her hurt over Samson ghosting her, until he suddenly surfaces months later, still big, still beautiful—and in league with a business rival. He says he won't fumble their second chance, but she's wary. A temporary physical partnership is one thing, but a merger of hearts? Surely that’s too high a risk…
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"I loved everything about this book!!! I felt I had everything I needed in this book to paint the story perfectly in my head. I loved how much I got to know the main characters . This book was clever, sweet, sexy and so fun to read. I wish I could read it all over again. 10/10 for being so perfectly whole :) "
"Great romance with some deliciously spicy moments. Hard to put down. Interracial romance starring a Samoan man (what!!) and a Black woman. Very relatable to read as an Islander/POC who grew up in America, without totally centering the culture but showing the “aunties” who aren’t really your aunties. "
"The further I got through this book the more it annoyed me. The two main characters made no sense as they were written. They are both in their late 30's but have the mentality of two teenagers. I seriously would have loved it if Samson had basically told Rhiannon to **** off at the end. That ending would have made this book worth reading."