The Dating Intervention Review - Blog Tour

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This is my stop during the blog tour for The Dating Intervention by Hilary Dartt. This blog tour is organized by Lola's Blog Tours. The blog tour runs from 1 till 14, you can view the complete tour schedule on the website of Lola’s Blog Tours.
This is the first book in the Intervention series.

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The Dating Intervention (The Intervention series #1)

by Hilary Dartt
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age category: Adult
Release Date: August 1, 2015

When Delaney Collins’s fail-proof dating system fails completely, her best friends Summer and Josie take absolute control of her dating life through The Dating Intervention. Although Delaney’s intuition is always right on when it comes to men, she never listens to it. If she doesn’t start now—with her friends’ help—she’s in danger of ending up alone and lonely in a sea of men with stained neckties and cumbersome baggage.
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Let me start by saying that this is completely my type of book! I love a book about good friends, dating life, and the occasional scene of sultry sex. That being said, I need to also have a good laugh and read a book that is well-written and basically all around fun! The dating intervention, hit all of those marks for me.

I knew I would like the book when the first scene was three girlfriends sitting in a bar having a happy hour drink and discussing their problems. Delaney, Josie and Summer have been friends since childhood and their most recent mission is to help Delaney fix her life, starting with the men whom she chooses to date. Throughout the book there were times that I could relate to each of the woman,  depending on what they were going through. I thought this was a level of the book that really made sense, it kept me hooked because I felt as if I had, "been there, don't that." 

While it took a bit for me to get to the "must read" stage, once there I read 80% of the book in one night. I love the comfort that I felt throughout the book, the town of Juniper was a place that I wanted to live. I could see myself grabbing a drink with the girls at Rowdy's and enjoying the small town life. 

All in all I think the book is profoundly about friendship. Our friends see the best in us and they see the worst. If they are good enough friends, they help us overcome the worst and become the people we are meant to be. My only question is how long do we have to wait for the other books to be released?!

 Go and buy this book, it is a great summer read and sure to put a huge smile on your face. Let me know how you like it!


I think one of my favorite things about becoming a "runner" is the people that you are able to meet through the hobby. Whether this be through social media or through races that I have done. One of these people is Hilary Darrt. She is amazing, we spent a whole weekend together, smashed in a 12 passenger van, running Ragnar - Del Sol. She is one of those people who lights up the room(or can), and you are immediately drawn to her and her personality. When I noticed she had authored a new book and was looking for bloggers to review, I jumped on the opportunity. The Dating Intervention is a solid FIVE stars for me!  

About the Author:
Hilary Dartt is an author and freelance writer who grew up among the redwoods and hippies of California and now lives among the cacti and cowboys of the wild west. She and her husband live in Arizona’s high desert with their children and an assortment of pets, including five chickens. To maintain sanity and quiet her inner critic, Hilary runs, drinks wine and eats chocolate. She’s the author of The Intervention Series: The Dating Intervention, The Marriage Intervention and The Motherhood Intervention. Learn more at

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I received an advance copy of this book via Lola's Blog Tours in exchange for my honest review. Thanks to the author for the opportunity to read and review their work!
Goodreads review here.

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