The Love Algorithm by Claudia Carroll

What a pleasure to be reviewing The Love Algorithm by Claudia Carroll for My Weekly online today. I’ve long been meaning to read Claudia Carroll’s writing and this gave me the perfect opportunity.

If you pick up a copy of this week’s My Weekly magazine you’ll also find a short story, The Unexpected Date, written by Claudia.

Published by Bonnier imprint Zaffre in paperback on 30th March 2023, The Love Algorithm is available for purchase here.

The Love Algorithm

True love is only just a swipe away? Right?

Iris lives by numbers. The only thing missing from her perfectly calibrated life is a partner – and not for lack of trying. After decades of disappointment, Iris practically has a PhD in online dating. But something still eludes her: that unquantifiable spark.

Kim is too busy being the life of the party to look for love. Her terrible dates make great stories for her friends and co-workers, as long as she’s not caught by her tyrannical boss, Iris.

Connie, Kim’s recently widowed mum, is single for the first time since the 1970s. The dating game has changed a lot since her day . . .

Sick of being let down, Iris takes matters into her own hands – using her analytical skills to create the first real formula for love. With Kim and Connie on board, they launch Analyzed, a dating app like no other.

As Analyzed takes the world by storm, are the three women in over their heads? Is love really just a numbers game?

My Review of The Love Algorithm

My full review of The Love Algorithm can be found on the My Weekly website here.

However, I can say that The Love Algorithm is entertaining, witty and has lashings of sassy humour in a narrative I really enjoyed.

Do visit My Weekly to read more of my review here.

About Claudia Carroll

Claudia was born in Dublin, where she still lives and writes full-time. The only job she reckons, where you can stay in your manky track suit all day, look out the window and still get paid. However, even on the bad days when she honestly feels like flinging the computer up against a wall, she still considers this by a mile The Best Job Ever.

Claudia is the proud author of bestselling novels, including Meet Me in Manhattan, Love Me or Leave Me, Me and You, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow and Personally, I Blame My Fairy Godmother.

For further information, follow Claudia on Twitter @carrollclaudia, Facebook, and Instagram.

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