Sex lies and online dating review
Driven by their ambitious father, they won an around-the-world sailing race as teenagers.But, something happened out on the turbulent sea-during a fierce storm they could never forget...
It would’ve raised the stakes even more and the romance element would have benefited from it.I also enjoyed reading about Lucy’s writer friends—they seemed like an awesome group that not just supported each other’s writing endeavors, but were also bosom buddies.That’s why I’m super psyched to read through the entire series that will feature Clare, Maddie, and Adele’s own stories!The men she meets on her Internet coffee dates are real losers, but what else can you expect with online names like bigdaddy182, klondikemike, and luvstick?But visiting with these repulsive womanizers provides her with plenty of fodder for creating her multiple murder victims and her fictional serial killer has already used erotic asphyxiation to kill three of them.Hey, he realizes the dating scene can be deadly -- but this is ridiculous!
took me back to the early days of the internet when social media wasn’t even the buzz back then and online dating sites/instant messengers abounded (hello m IRC and Friend Finder).
The only thing that held me back from giving this book a 5-star was its mystery plot.
I felt like Gibson could’ve taken the serial killer subplot and gave it a -esque spin.
But hey, it was still a feel-good HEA and it made me want to know what happens next in the series.
The fact that I’m rating this book with more than just the swoon and steam factor means there’s so much more in the story than just the romance—and that’s always a good thing.
Now she needs only one more victim to complete her book and hopes hardluvnman will provide the needed inspiration and then she is done.