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A Passionate Love Affair with a Perfect Stranger by Lucy Robinson ( web | tweet ) Publication Date: May 2013 Publisher: Notting Hill Press Pages: 434 Target audience: Adult Keywords: dating websites, career, Edinburgh Format read: ARC provided by author. ) Summary: A break from a bustling career for a workaholic is never a […] View full post » Tags: a passionate love affair with a total stranger, chick lit book review, fiction book review, fiction books about online dating, fiction books set in edinburgh, fiction books set in london, lucy robinson author, notting hill press I don’t think I’ve even heard of this book (unless I passed over it on Netgalley? But your review has convinced me to click BUY on Amazon, because this sounds delightful!
Last month, I told you (almost) all about A PASSIONATE LOVE AFFAIR WITH A TOTAL STRANGER by Lucy Robinson — a hilarious and sweet book about a main character who starts a business […] When you first told me about this one, I was already interested.
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Some illustrations are unsigned and the illustrators may never be known. Except for one young man who believes otherwise.... As of September 2010, "Fine I'll Go Online" retails for .81.The authors of the popular "The Rules" dating guidebook bring another advice book to you. "The Rules for Online Dating" focuses on taking you through the process step-by-step, while keeping the rules firmly in mind.Topics include how to properly answer emails and how long to wait before replying to a prospective date's email.As of September 2010, "The Rules for Online Dating" retails for .79. Independent writers offer both entertaining fiction/romance for your enjoyment and non-fiction to help you find info from self-help to biz growth. by Michael Graeme in Romance Fleeing a toxic marriage and a job that's killing him, Finn winds up in the forgotten seaside town of Carrickbar.It's winter and, like Finn, the country is frozen and in crisis, BREXIT-blues hanging over everything.The word "busy" is the relationship Weapon of Mass Destruction.It seems like a good excuse, but in fact in every silo you uncover, all you're going to find is a man who didn't care enough to call.I think this premise sounds hilarious and just like the kind of chick lit I like. I used to joke that I should give classes in how to write Craigslist ads looking for roommates because so many of the ones I read/received were terrible! *added* *purchased* and now to resist reading it this instant because I have a gazillion papers to write and finals to study for.