Review: 138 Dates by Rebekah Campbell
I enjoyed the light hearted feel to this one, though to be brutally honest, I found Campbell's meditations on business to be far more interesting than some of her dating adventures. That said, Campbell's predicament is a familiar one for many women in their thirties who are trying to balance out successful careers with their personal lives, and the concept that many of us are sold about how we are supposed to want--and have--everything, without acknowledging the many hurdles and roadblocks that we will encounter along the way. Overall, Campbell's account is honest and touching (especially the story about her first love,) and many readers will be able to relate to this one.
Thank you to the author and her publicist for my copy of 138 Dates.
This book counts toward my reading goal for the Aussie Author Reading Challenge 2021