Speed dating natalie standiford


Instead of having to pair couples up by using information about each person submitted to the website, they decide to let their classmates do the talking by creating speed dating.So they set up their plans at the widely popular Vineland Café, and invite kids from their school to meet and greet the opposite sex. When the Dating Game Web site that they create for class becomes a campus hit, as a matchmaking service and a forum for students' views on love, sex, and dating, the three friends hope it will help them take control of their love lives, too...



After the unfair events of parents wanting to shut down the website, the girls are ready to take it to the next level. When the Dating Game Web site that they create for class becomes a campus hit, they become the matchmaking masters of their school, and they hope, their lives.At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information.There is a possibility that the information provided here is outdated or wrong, please check with the service directly for the most recent information.

In today's fast paced society it can be difficult finding time to meet people on a romantic level.

About the Author: Natalie Standiford is the author of The Dating Game, #2: Breaking Up is Really, Really Hard to Do, #3: Can True Love Survive High School, #4: Ex-Rating, and #5: Speed Dating.