Love at First Swipe by Andrew Grey

Are you looking for a sweet, quick read with disability rep?  Look no further than Love at First Swipe

From the blurb:

Darby Wright has fought for his independence ever since he lost his sight as a child. But even now that he has his own home and a good job, his overprotective mother doesn’t believe he can handle himself. Darby’s determined to prove her wrong, but there are some things—like finding his guide dog’s potty accident—where an extra set of eyes would come in handy.

Enter See For Me, an app that connects blind clients with sighted volunteers. See For Me is designed for just this sort of emergency, and it’s through this app that Darby meets Reynaldo. Lust at first voice turns to more when Darby and Reynaldo run into each other at a local sandwich shop, where Renaldo seems as nice in person as he was in app.

With Reynaldo, Darby can feel his world expanding. Reynaldo doesn’t just support him but understands him and sees Darby as more than his disability. But will being with Reynaldo mean giving up Darby’s hard-fought independence, or will it mean gaining something more than he ever dreamed?

Heather's review:

I love the idea of an app like See For Me - combining technology and caring - and then a chance to meet in person and develop a friendship... or more...

This book was a fast read but didn't lack character development or world building.  We also have an adorable service dog and a friendly pup for Reynaldo.  I thought the app itself was a great idea and I would love to see this app bring more people together in future stories!

Love at First Swipe is currently available as an e-book