A Day at the Office Book Cover A Day at the Office
Matt Dunn
Contemporary Romantic/Comedy Fiction
Lake Union Press
EBook w/Wyspersync Narraion
Amazon Unlimited

"Julie kissed Mark at the office Christmas party. She doesn't seem to remember but he's not been able to forget. What better day to jog her memory than Valentine's Day? Calum's found the girl of his dreams on the internet. Trouble is, he's not been completely honest about himself. Tonight he's meeting her for the first time but will it also be the last? Nathan's organized his usual Anti-Valentine's party for the office singletons. Sophie's going--again. Though this year, if she gets her way, they might just be leaving together. One office, five lives, on the most romantic day of the year."--Page [4] of cover.


This was the first Matt Dunn book I had read and I am pleased I did because he is a great author so I will definitely read more of his books. I listened to the book with audible narration (although I did read some bits of it as well) and I am so glad that I did because with how good the Narrator was I was able to immerse myself in the story far better as I got the accents of each of the five characters it was about.

The combination of the authors amazing writing and narrators fabulous narration meant that each time I read the book it was really hard to put it down, so I couldn’t wait to pick it up again so I could re-immerse myself in the story.

Matt’s writing was second to non as was his character development and world building. I loved the fact that the story was based in an office on Valentine’s day as it meant that you were able to see the workings of the office as well as understand the main characters feelings on love, romance and Valentine’s day.

The interrelationships between the characters were really interesting and well thought out.

I without hesitation will recommend this book to anyone who enjoys romances and I will buy it as a gift for anyone I know who I think will enjoy it.

Have any of you read this book if so what did you think of it? And Can any of you recommend which of his books I should read next?