[PDF] How to Hack a Heartbreak By Kristin Rockaway – Tkcleaningservices.co.uk

How to Hack a Heartbreak Swipe Right For Love Swipe Left For Disaster.By Day, Mel Strickland Is An Underemployed Helpdesk Tech At A Startup Incubator, Hatch, Where She Helps Entitled Brogrammers Hatchlings Who Can T Even Fix Their Own Laptops, But Are Apparently The Next Wave Of Startup Geniuses And By Night, She Goes On Bad Dates With Misbehaving Dudes She S Matched With On The Ubiquitous Dating App, Fluttr.But After One Dick Pic Too Many, Mel Has Had It Using Her Brilliant Coding Skills, She Designs An App Of Her Own, One That Allows Users To Log Harrassers And Abusers In Online Dating Space It S Called JerkAlert, And It Goes Viral Overnight.Mel Is Suddenly In Way Over Her Head Worse Still, Her Almost Boyfriend, The Dreamy Alex Hernandez The Only Non Douchey Guy At Hatch Has No Idea She S The Brains Behind The App Soon, Mel Is Faced With A Terrible Choice One That Could Destroy Her Career, Love Life, And Friendships, Or Change Her Life Forever.


About the Author: Kristin Rockaway

Kristin Rockaway is a native New Yorker and recovering corporate software engineer After working in the IT industry for far too many years, she finally traded the city for the surf and chased her dreams out to Southern California, where she spends her days happily writing stories instead of code When she s not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, browsing the aisles of her



10 thoughts on “How to Hack a Heartbreak

  1. says:

    4 Stars Raise Your Hand if You ve Ever Had a Bad Online Date Yep, Hand Raised right here Melanie Strickland has too and boy is her story Fraking Awesome Sick and tired of working in a male driven industry with guys who treat her like doo doo and then going on online date after online date, eit


  2. says:

    Once again I find myself smiling wide through another fun rom com This genre is quickly becoming one of my favorites They rarely disappoint, I m always entertained, and they leave me feeling satiated at the end What could you ask from a book Like many of today s women, Mel Strickland is fed up with


  3. says:

    Kristin Rockaway is a new favorite author of mine 3 What a breathe of fresh air I had SO much fun with this book Kristin delivers a sassy, funny, uplifting, and addicting romance novel I was hooked after the first five pages and devoured this book in less than two days.Let s meet Melanie Melanie works for H


  4. says:

    Four, finally I found a smart, entertaining, heart melting rom com match of mine stars Amazing mashup of Sex and the City and Silicon Valley What a genius, funny, enjoyable ride Reading book is so much better to scroll down your non existing options and find mediocre television movie kind of Netflix rom coms Becau


  5. says:

    Never trust anything you read on the internet And never trust the internet with your heart If you re looking for love, stop swiping Instead, look up Look around The love of your life could be working in your office, or sitting next to you in a bar, or standing right beside you on a crowded city street Get off the in


  6. says:

    Online dating has become a minefield And making it the plot of a romance novel isn t exactly new but it s always entertaining.The trouble with online dating is REAL Personally I love this kind of trope The horrible and very real dating mishaps, the time for ghosting and looking nothing like the profile pic is entertaining as he


  7. says:

    Swipe Right for this Rom Com if you are a twenty something reader who has used a dating APP to try and find love You are bound to relate to this book Swipe Right for this Rom Com if you are of an earlier generation who has never used a dating APP but would like insight on how the younger generation date in today s world You will proba


  8. says:

    Light, cute, and timely How to Hack a Heartbreak is a sassy, witty rom com about the determined, underestimated Melanie Strickland who after struggling through numerous bad dates, unsolicited dirty pics, and no shows decides to take online dating to another level by creating a website, JerkAlert, where women can identify those men who are no


  9. says:

    I REALLY wanted to love this book I really did I am a woman in IT I like to code I love the idea of this book This book missed the mark for me The whole book comes across as too preachy I am 100% a feminist and a girl trying to make a start in the tech industry, but this book beats you over the head All men are bad The IT industry is full of pervs


  10. says:

    I know it s only January, but without a doubt, How to Hack a Heartbreak WILL be making my top books of 2019 list I absolutely loved this story from start to finish Mel Strickland is fed up with being a tech professional in a male driven industry, but even than that, she s sick of the current dating environment being sent inappropriate pictures before eve


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