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Double Click

(Click #2)

3.88  ·  Rating details ·  103 ratings  ·  66 reviews
Fans of the romantic hit Click: An Online Love Story will enjoy another voyeuristic dive into the lives of Renee, Shelley, Ashley, Mark and Ethan, as Double Click picks up with their lives six months later. Are Renee and Ethan soul mates? Does Mark ever go on a date? Has Shelley run out of sexual conquests in Los Angeles? Will Ashley's judgmental nature sabotage her ...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published March 27th 2013 by Create Space (first published March 26th 2013)
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*Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review*

'Double Click' is the sequel to 'Click' which I read last year (read my review here) and ever since I've been dying to get my hands on the second book. Naturally, I was over the moon when the author kindly has offered me to read it in exchange for an honest review.

I simply couldn't wait to start reading and see what life turn out to be for Renee, Shelley, Ashley and Mark. They are such a jolly bunch and
I loved Click: An online love story (check out my 5* review here ) so was excited to read the sequel, Double Click, and I wasn't disappointed! I couldn't put Double Click down and read it within a few hours.

I love books that are written in diary entries, letters and emails etc, they are so quick to read and your glimpsing into someones private thoughts which is fun to do! Double Click is written in emails between five friends, Renee, Shelly, Ashley, Mark and Ethan and visits them six months
Apr 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Double Click is the sequel to another fave of mine, Click, which I reviewed not too long ago here. Chick lit is not usually my thing, but I can't help but love these books. Renee is the central character in the book, but each of the others has their own story, too, including a new character Cassie. Each one of them reminds the reader of someone they know in their own lives, both in good ways and in bad.

I absolutely love the author's unique technique of telling the story entirely through emails
I really enjoyed book one, Click: An online love story, so I've been really anticipating the release of book two and enjoyed it just as much. Double click has all the laughs of the first book, a couple of new characters and some fun twists. The book was an absolute pleasure to read and I got through it in a day! Once again, even though the book is told through emails so you hear about everything after the characters have done it, I didn't feel like I missed anything, its all very realistic like ...more
May 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Lisa Becker is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. This is her second book in the series and it's as fantastic and funny as her first book. I loved every minute of it and devoured it in a few days. I'm hopeful that Lisa will be writing more about these set of friends as I love them! I am gutted it's ended though! Read it now! :)
Sep 14, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
Lisa Becker continues the laughter with this madcap emailing group of friends in Double Click, where Click: An Online Love Story left off. As usual, I was laughing at the puns, the jokes, and the memories these friends shared through email. If you haven't read Click: An Online Love Story, I recommend that you read it first, as these books are meant to be read in order.

Double Click is written entirely as emails, as was book #1, making it a very fast read. However, the plot is not lost and is
Queen Spades
Jul 23, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: peasantville
Note: This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Also, this is the abbreviated version of the review.

Since the first book focused on the adventures (more like misadventures) of online dating, I hoped that Double Click would take on a more balanced concept, since for the most part … mission accomplished for Renee. Unfortunately, it was pages, upon pages of e-mails with nothing in the middle in the form of dialogue or narrative.

I attempted to give it a pass in the first
Sep 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Originally reviewed at Books Etc.

A couple of years ago I decided to read Click: An Online Love Story by Lisa Becker because of all the good reviews I had read through a CLP Blog Tour. I didn't love it as much as I had hoped but when Lisa asked if I would read the sequel, Double Click, I was excited because I wanted to find out what happened to the characters. I kept putting it off but I finally read it in one sitting the other day. It was so much fun and I enjoyed it much more than the first
Lori McD
Apr 03, 2013 rated it liked it
Sad to say, this sequel to Click didn't do it for me. It's a nice, easy read, and it continues the characters from the 1st book. And yes, we learn more about what happened with Renee and Ethan and Ashley and Greg.

But nothing really HAPPENS in this book. Oh, things happen, just nothing terribly noteworthy. In the first book, we had the set up of the online dating scene, which was fun and funky. We had all of Shelley's "men" and their monikers. We wondered if Ashley would ever realize that Evan
Apr 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This group of close knit friends is still together, only looking to perhaps "grow up" and settle down in life now. Renee has found Ethan, Ashley just got married to Greg and is having a baby, Mark has found Cass, and even Shelley is showing signs that maybe her "getting around" days could be lessening. They still all face their own struggles in life, but that is what they have each other through it all. Starting to read this book I couldn't help but wonder (as carry over from the ...more
Apr 05, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: for-review

Click was a really fun novel, and unique, because you don’t see much fiction that delves into the topic of the perils of online dating. I had high hopes for Double-Click, because I had expressed a desire to know more about the other characters, like Mark, Ashley and Shelley.

But I don’t think this book lives up to its predecessor. While Click was light and funny, with email exchanges going back and forth between the characters that often made even me blush, Double Click felt like it tried too
Dec 10, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2013-read
Picking up where Click: An Online Love Story left off, we’re once again immersed in the online world of Renee, Shelley, Ashley and Mark. The shenanigans and tomfoolery continue especially for Renee and Shelley. Ashley and Mark have their own drama going on but I really enjoyed Renee and Shelley’s banter. Just in case you missed the first one, you can read this one as a standalone but as it’s a continuing storyline feature all the same characters your enjoyment will be ten times better reading ...more
Apr 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
I was very excited to receive a copy of “Double Click.” I missed these characters, so it was nice to get reacquainted with them. One thing I love most about this book is the format. When I read “Click: An Online Love Story” (read my review HERE) it was different to read a book of emails, but I found it to be a quick read, and “Double Click” was no different. Lisa Becker’s characters are so well written that I found myself skipping over the “to” and “from” parts to read the emails, immediately ...more
Lauren (Northern Plunder)
This review was first posted on Northern Plunder, if you want to see more reviews please click here.

After the hangover that is the Throne of Glass series I wanted something that I knew I would enjoy and wouldn't be too much of a challenge to read.

Double Click was perfect for this as its an easy to read romance in email format which means you get to read hilarious and chatty conversations between friends with only the important details and gossip happening.

At first I struggled getting into the
Pooja (On books!)
Apr 24, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: aww, 2013
Originally posted on my blog:

Double Click is the sequel to Click, a book I reviewed not long ago that chronicled the online dating adventures of Renee in the form of short, pun-filled, energetic and fun back-and-forth emails! Double Click is equally entertaining and ha-larious... where you're not as much privy to the online dating scene but it does a great job of sucking you into the lives of Renee, her best friends Mark, Shelley and Ashley! There's secrets,
Apr 24, 2013 rated it really liked it
ARC received from author in exchange for an honest opinion. Find more reviews at The Reflections of a Bookworm

What worked: Remember how I said Click was one of the most original chick-lit novels I’d ever written? When the author approached me about reading the sequel, I couldn’t WAIT to see what else was in store for the characters. Unfortunately it took me a while to sift through my TBR pile enough to squeeze in Double Click but in the end, I was kicking myself for leaving it so long.
Apr 05, 2015 rated it liked it
Double Click is the second installment of the Click Trilogy and takes right up where Click leaves off. Written in the same format, as a series of emails shared between friends, I found Double Click much easier to follow along even though I continued to skip over each email heading which names the subject and addressee.

Like Click, Double Click is filled with the same witty correspondence and sometimes friendly, sometimes catty dialogue that Becker has a knack for writing. The friendships make
Sep 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
Back in 2011, I reviewed Lisa Becker’s debut novel, Click: An Online Love Story and really enjoyed it. Now Lisa is back with the sequel, Double Click, and it lives up to all the things I liked about the first book.

Just in case you’ve not read Click, I’m not going to say much about the plot of Double Click so that I don’t spoil anything for you- but I will tell you why I think Double Click is the perfect sequel.

Picking up six months later, Double Click continues what Click did well: revealing the
Ninfa Hayes
Apr 27, 2013 rated it really liked it
“Double Click” by Lisa Becker

Blurb: Same bunch of friends, same city, different shenanigans! Renee and company are back, this time a little older, a little wiser and most definitely a lot more entertaining.
Following up Renee's quest for love in “Click: An Online Love Story”, we pick up with a wedding, a baby, a new relationship and some sneaky surprises.
Has Renee found everlasting love? Will Shelly run out of yummy men to judge? All these questions and more will be answered. Cocktails in hand,
Jul 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
This review was originally posted on my blog, Ramblings of a Daydreamer. You can find it, and many more reviews at the blog.

Double Click picks up shortly after where Click left off. A lot has changed in the last few months - we have a few additions to the gang, and a few surprises in store.

Life is changing for Renee. Things are getting serious with Ethan (I didn't say this in my review of Click because I wanted to avoid spoilers, but I LOVE ETHAN. I'm so glad Renee ended up with him), Ashley and
Rabid Readers Reviews
Jun 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
“Double Click” is a fun novel. It’s light, airy and clever. The kind of conversation you would have with your friends via e-mail. The characters are late-20something/early 30something friends, Ashley, Renee, Shelley, Ethan, Mark and Mark’s new girlfriend, Cassidy. Ashley is the engaged and pregnant friend, Renee and Ethan are the couple who live together and seldom see each other, Shelley is the vamp of the group and Mark is Renee’s best male friend who has always been there for her. When ...more
My Secret Book Spot
Feb 20, 2014 rated it it was ok
Shelves: reviewed
“Double Click” by Lisa Becker
2 out of 5 stars

Renee and company are back in the second book in the Click series by Lisa Becker. She’s a little more settled and instead of traversing the dating world, she is now reveling in her relationship status. As I said in my review of the first book, this is a completely different concept than anything you’ve ever read. There is no dialogue…there is no physical character interaction. There is only a series of emails exchanged by a group of friends as they
Kara Skinner (Lover's Quarrel Reviews)
In the second installment in the Click series, there is a wedding and an engagement. There are sad goodbyes, new life life, and new love. There’s also secrets, glow-in-the-dark condoms, puns about eggs, puns about shoes, adults who don’t know how to capitalize, creepy cat videos, and, well, Shelley. It’s definitely entertaining and funny despite the bittersweet ending, and I think I like this book better than the last because there isn’t the onslaught of bad dates that make me depressed about ...more
Between the Bind
Feb 09, 2014 rated it liked it
I read Click: An Online Love Story quite some time ago and was very pleased with the format and hilarity that ensued. When Ms. Becker asked me to review Double Click , I was so excited and couldn't wait to catch back up with the girls (and Mark...and Ethan). :)

All of the main crew is back emailing one another again and the format is just as engaging, unfortunately, the storyline isn't quite as compelling as the first in the series. I enjoyed the happiness of Renee and Ethan. They are working
Felicity Terry
Apr 12, 2013 rated it really liked it
Normally anything but a fan of the diary entry/letter/email format of writing I was more than pleasantly surprised by just how much I had enjoyed Click: An Online Love Story. Would it be a fluke, a one-off and, most worryingly, would I be disappointed by this the second book in the series?

Thankfully not, in fact quite the reserve, I found Double Quick to be even more of an entertaining read and as such am already longing for part 3.

Once again written as a series of emails between several
Jul 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kindle, read-2013
I loved this sequel to Click: An Online Love Story almost as much as its predecessor. Much (probably most) of that difference probably goes to personal taste. I liked Renee’s continuing saga and, as in the first book, this is done as a series of emails between her and her closest friends. It also has significant story threads for each of those friends. Ashley, who I found the least likeable of the bunch, gets much more time in the spotlight and Cassidy, a love interest for Mark, inserts herself ...more
Charlotte Lynn
Apr 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
Double Click starts six months after the first novel by Lisa Becker, Click: An Online Love Story. It picks up right where the first left off. Renee, Shelley, Ashley, Mark, and new character Cassidy all exchange quirky emails telling the story of their lives. There is a marriage proposal, a new baby, and of course new loves.

This book is made up entirely of a series of emails between best friends and their mates. These emails made me laugh, smile and nod my head knowingly. All the questions I had
May 01, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Double Click is the sequel to Click: An Online Love Story. These two books are told through a series of emails between four characters: Ashley, Renee, Shelley and Mark. However in this book a few names have been added to the email list as the characters embark on new relationships. I really liked the first book, but this book didn't quite measure up. For example, the beginning of the book starts out with a wedding, and I was confused as to who exactly was getting married. At first I thought it ...more
Jun 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Double Click by Lisa Becker

Six months later we get to see what is happening with Renee, Shelley, Ashley, Mark and Ethan. Does Mark ever go on a date, will Shelley ever find love, how is Ashley doing good in her new relationship? And how are things between Renee and Ethan?

There is a wedding, new baby, a marriage proposal and an unexpected love interest. The story continues perfectly answering some questions and watching new life events unfold. The lovable characters are back, along with many
Apr 22, 2014 rated it really liked it
Someone’s getting married but I’m not telling who. Double Click takes place six months after we left off in the first novel, when Renee Green did or didn’t find love. Much like the first book, the story plays out through the characters’ email correspondences with one another, which lends its own dynamic to the way it all plays out.

Whether Renee did or didn’t find her soul mate in the first book, the mystery in this story is what’s up with Shelley? Our resident vixen is Renee’s BFF and is acting
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Lisa Becker is an award-winning romance writer who spends her time like she spends her money - on books and margaritas. As Lisa’s grandmother used to say, “For every chair, there’s a tush.” Lisa is now happily married to a wonderful man she met online and lives in Manhattan Beach, California with him and their two daughters. So, if it happened for her, there’s hope for anyone! You can share your ...more

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