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#BookTour – Click. Date. Repeat. by K.J. Farnham

Title: Click. Date. Repeat. Again
Series: Click. Date. Repeat. Series
Author: K.J. Farnham
Release Date: April 19th, 2017
Genre: women’s fiction
Tour Dates: April 19th – 23rd, 2017

Never in her wildest dreams would Jess Mason ever imagine herself being a part of the online dating hype. Yet here she is smack-dab in the middle of it all. And she’s dated her fair share of online crazies to be a new connoisseur of all the weirdos out in the cyber world. After a slew of bad dates and pussy (cat that is) pictures, Jess knows that she needs to finally commit to something—or someone. And suddenly there he is, a man she can actually imagine herself with.

But when Jess is faced with an undeniable attraction to a handsome, unavailable co-worker, she’s conflicted about continuing her quest for Mr. Right-At-Her-Fingertips. Now, it’s feast or famine—and she’s not willing to starve. She certainly can’t have both–that wouldn’t be right. After all, that’s the “old Jess.” The new Jess is ready to start clicking with someone special and make a real love connection.

**This book is a spinoff of Click Date Repeat, so it can be read as a standalone.**

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Say Hello to author K.J. Farnham!


K. J. Farnham writes contemporary fiction for women and young adults. A former educator who grew up in the Milwaukee area, she now lives in Western Wisconsin with her husband and three children. When not keeping up with her kids, she can usually be found reading or writing. Beach outings, coffee, acoustic music, and road trips are among her favorite things. She currently has several projects in the works!

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Book Excerpt:

“Please tell me again why you thought an online dating subscription was better than a spa certificate? I swear I thought it was an April Fool’s Day joke, not a birthday gift. Do you even know me?” I joke as I examine myself in the full-length mirror hanging on the back of my bedroom door.

“What makes you think a spa certificate could help you find the love of your life?” Chloe’s tone is ripe with sarcasm.

“Who says I’m looking for the love of my life? That sounds like an awful lot of commitment. Anyway, even if I were, I’d probably have a better chance of meeting him at a spa than online. You should see some of the male masseuses at the spa my mom goes to over on Lake Drive. Mmm . . . the last one I had . . .” I lean into my closet and grab a pair of black strappy sandals from the multi-tiered shoe rack on the floor.

“Just keep giving it a fair chance, okay?” Chloe is back to being serious. “I mean, hiccup guy was nice, right? Hopefully you’ll meet a few more nice guys, and then you’ll finally be able to steer clear of . . . your bad habits.”

Her reference to “bad habits” makes me cringe. I know exactly what, or rather who, she means, and it puts me on the defensive. “Look, I really appreciate the gift, but your personal fairytale ending and my one okay date haven’t changed my mind about online dating. I still think it’s weird.” I move back in front of the mirror to see how the sandals look with my outfit.

“Tell that to eHarmony’s four million subscribers. And I just saw an article that said they’re expecting that number to double by the first half of 2005,” Chloe says with pride, as if her own experiences with online dating had something to do with its growing success. She didn’t even meet Daran on eHarmony.

“So eHarmony is booming, yet you got me a subscription to Yahoo! Personals?” I ask as I take a few steps backward and fall into a sitting position on my bed.

“Eh, I’m sure Yahoo! Personals is booming too. Besides, eHarmony is overpriced . . .”

“Well, regardless of the site or cost, we both know I can just as easily meet guys in a bar or while I’m working. Not only are those methods normal, but they’re also much less exhausting than thinking up things to type to so many guys. Good thing I finally wised up last weekend and started copying and pasting messages.” I smile proudly at my ingenuity and Chloe laughs. It’s a halfhearted laugh that morphs into a sigh, and I expect another reminder about my New Year’s resolution.

But the line stays quiet instead, and I suspect she has that look on her face. The look she’s been giving me lately whenever my “dating life” comes up. The look that tells me she’s doing her damnedest to not get on my case for continuing to hook up with one of the “bad habits” she mentioned earlier: my lingering ex, Ned, or Brant, a pilot with the airline I work for. Although, he wasn’t exactly a habit, more like a mistake that went too far too many times. Fortunately, we haven’t worked on any of the same flights or run into each other in the crew lounge since I cut ties with him cold turkey about a month ago.

“Look, I know I made a pact with myself to get my love life in order. Yet here I am. It’s been three and a half months since I made that New Year’s resolution, and things haven’t changed much.” I pause, giving Chloe a chance to interject with some words of encouragement, the way she usually does. Maybe praise me for only seeing Ned once this week.

Wait, who am I kidding? It’s Friday. The week isn’t over yet.

“Well, it’s never too late to make a change, right?” There it is. Chloe’s encouraging teacher voice. “I mean, it’s only April. A lot can happen over the next eight months. Heck, a lot can happen in three months. Look at me and Daran.”

“Darn skippy,” I say, switching the black sandals on my feet out for a silver pair.

Despite my mock enthusiasm, Chloe makes a good point about how quickly things can change. After months of online dating, she finally met someone who was worth all the hassle. And now, Daran and her are talking about moving in together. That’s close enough to a fairytale ending in my book. Except, now Chloe insists that just because it worked for her, it’ll work for me too. I’m not so sure, though. Even the surprisingly good date I had with Kyle hasn’t shaken my feeling that Chloe might have wasted her hard-earned money on a Yahoo! Personals subscription for me when I would have been happy with a bottle of cheap vodka for my twenty-sixth birthday.

It’s a Series:

If you haven’t checked out book 1 in the series you should!

Title: Click. Date. Repeat.
Series: Click. Date. Repeat. Series
Author: K.J. Farnham
Release Date: August 21st, 2014
Genre: women’s fiction


These days, finding love online is as commonplace as ordering that coveted sweater. But back in 2003, the whole concept of internet dating was still quite new, with a stigma attached to it that meant those who were willing to test the waters faced a fair amount of skepticism from friends and family.

Such is the case for Chloe Thompson, a restless 20-something tired of the typical dating scene and curious about what she might find inside her parents’ computer. With two serious but failed relationships behind her, Chloe isn’t even entirely sure what she’s looking for. She just knows that whatever it is, she wants to find it.

Chloe’s foray into online dating involves a head-first dive into a world of matches, ice breakers and the occasional offer of dick pics, all while Chloe strives to shake herself of the ex who just refuses to disappear. Will she simultaneously find herself and “the one” online, or will the ever-growing pile of humorous and downright disastrous dates only prove her friends and family right? There’s only one way to find out…

Click. Date. Repeat.

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Visit all the stops on the tour:

April 19th

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Kelee Morris – Author Spotlight
CLiK Book Blog – Book Review
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April 20th

Chick Lit Central – Author Spotlight
Jena Books – Book Review
Wild & Sexy Book Blog – Book Review

April 21st

ItaPixie’s Book Corner – Book Excerpt
GW Reviews  – Book Review
Bookish Lifestyle – Book Review
Judging More than Just the Cover – Author Interview

April 22nd

Book Lover in Florida – Book Excerpt
Sylv.Net – Author Spotlight
Romance Rendezvous Book Blog – Book Review

April 23rd

Kristin’s Novel Cafe – Author Spotlight
Second Run Reviews – Author Spotlight
Ramblings From Beneath The Sheets – Book Excerpt
Lindsay’s Book Blog  – Book Review


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  • Reply K. J. Farnham

    Thank you so much Aimee! <3

    April 19, 2017 at 10:44 pm
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