Have I finished An Offer from a Gentleman or reviewed The Twisted Ones? No and no. I started reading this anyway. The premise: a professional hockey player who got himself into a little media hot water agrees to divert media attention by signing up for a dating service where you go on five dates, tell your parent(s) how it went, and, if I remember right, your parents decide whether it's a good match or not. The heroine is a miniatures artist who agrees to try that dating service - her friend has promised her that, if she does, she'll introduce her to a well-known miniatures collector. Also, her dad wants to use the dating service to boost his spur-of-the-moment acting "career." The hero has dyslexia but hides it because it makes him feel stupid, and the heroine has a chip on her shoulder due to her dad and jokes about her being short.
I'm iffy about the premise, but the banter's been relatively fun so far. This will probably be my lunchtime reading. I'm now working from home until next week Wednesday, unless "shelter in place" gets extended. The library is still open, though, and I'm trying not to feel guilty about being one of the people who gets to stay away.