Right Click — Lisa Becker
Right Click is the third installment in a trilogy that follows a group of friends trying to make it in the dating world. Renee Greene is the main protagonist, and in the first book she gives online dating a try, which initially sparks all sorts of fun, horrifying, and relatable dating tales. The sequels continue that progression, following not only Renee’s love life but her friends as well. One reason I am a fan of this series is the format in which it’s written. Much like in Boy Meets Girl by Meg Cabot, which is one of my favorite books in the chick lit genre, the Click series tells the story through the emails exchanged between the characters in the book. The only gripe I had regarding this format, which is strictly kept to emails, is I think it would have been more immediately relevant if she’d also utilized text message. But since the majority of the time the friends talk they’re at work and email is the primary form of communication for those of the desk job, it’s not a big gripe.
Through key strokes and forwards, this book follows up on the friends’ lives as they stumble through their early thirties in love, testing friendships and relationships, dealing with broken hearts and job changes. Just like the previous books in this series, Right Click is a fun, fast-paced read. It’s light, amusing, and overall enjoyable. Author Lisa Becker has a knack for creating lively characters, who always remind me of my friends, and believable relationship dynamics.
To really meet the gang, I’d suggest starting at the beginning of the series with Click: An Online Love Story and follow it up with Double Click, both of which I’ve reviewed previously. Find Right Click on Amazon for 99 cents in Kindle and $12.93 in print.
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Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affected my opinion of the book or the content of my review.